Pentedrone reliably forms characteristic orange red spindles that are bright red under crossed polars with the gold bromide reagent. The crystals form abundantly with time at 10 μg of pentedrone. They grow on the surface of the glass slide and are difficult to displace for IR spectroscopy. When done successfully, the resulting spectra are information rich with spectral features similar to the pentedrone reference standard.
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