Platinic chloride forms two types of crystals with 4-FluoroBZP. The long branched sheaves of dark crystals appear faint under crossed polars. The second form of crystals are thick hexagonal crystals that grow in straight or branched chains. The hexagons are very distinct and appear very bright under crossed polars. This test is very sensitive and crystals form reliably.
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