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The marquis reagent is a simple spot-test to identify alkaloids as well as other compounds and substances.
The test is performed by scraping off a small amount of questionable substance and added a drop of the marquis reagent which is initially clear and colorless. The results are analyzed by referring to the color reaction chart. The resulting color and time taken for the change in color will give us an idea if there is a presence of
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Remove the reagent bottle from the child proof safety container. The packing absorbent can be throw away. Carefully open the Marquis Reagent’s factory sealed cap.
Using the provided mini tester spoon, place at least .010 to .005 Grams (Tiny amount) of the questionable substance into the empty testing vile.
Add one or two drops of the Marquis Reagent into the testing vile.
Watch carefully during the re-action time, color changes, any fizzing or smoking.
Refer to the color reaction chart to determine if MDMA is present in the substance.
Reagent testing is never 100% definitive. There are many other factors determining reactions such as multiple substance mixtures. Having said that, our Marquis reagent is the first step toward determining the contents of what your identifying.
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If reagent comes into contact with skin or eyes, wash promptly with soap and water. Latex gloves are highly recommended when handling kits. If irritation persists, seek medical attention immediately.