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Brown Powder
Sold as: Quaalude
ID: 8334
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Test Date: Mar 09, 2020
Pub. Date: Mar 09, 2020
Src Location: Miami, FL
Submitter Loc: Miami, FL
United States
Color: Tan / Brown
Size: 1000 mg
Data Source: DrugsData
Tested by: DDL
Lab's ID: 202000200048
Sold as: Quaalude
Expected to be: Not Specified
Lab comments:
Unidentified Substance #1: 6 (ratio) - now identified as o-Acetotoluidide

Unidentified Substance #2: 1 (ratio) - tentatively identified as a dimerization of o-Acetotoluidide

Trace phthalamide identified by library match.
Jun 17 2022: At the time it was first analyzed, two unidentified substances were detected in this sample, Unidentified #2 (ratio 1) and Unidentified #1 (ratio 6). Unidentified #2 is possibly some sort of dimerization of o-Acetotoluidide, which is the other substance that was originally unidentified in this sample. Unidentified #2 shares some similarities with 4'-Methoxy-8-methylflavone (CAS# 108980-48-9). (thanks, C.S.)

Both previously unidentified substances can be considered synthesis byproducts.

Jun 8 2020: Through Erowid's expert network, the spectra for one of the previously unidentified substances that were detected in this sample has been tracked down, and it appears that it is related to a methaqualone synthesis:
o-Acetotoluidide [CAS# 120-66-1] (previously 'Unidentified 1')

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Light brown powder and broken capsule.