2C-B-BZP with the platinic chloride reagent first forms a large skin on the drop. The skin is actually an accumulation of large thin fragile plates. Under the skin, more substantial clear rectangular plates are observed. Both forms are faint and appear light bluish white colored under crossed polars. The individual crystal is better visualized under crossed polars.
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