The first change seen when platinic bromide reagent is mixed with an aqueous solution of 3-Methylbuphedrone is the formation of thin floating skin. The skin is a bright greenish yellow under crossed polars. When the skin is disturbed, long blades arranged individually or in clusters are observed in the drop. The yellow blades appear very bright under crossed polars and are distinct from the skin.
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