The MCPP test is a new addition to the EZ test range and was introduced specifically to identify more recent ‘herbal high' or 'research chemicals’ containing piperazines (otherwise known as PEP's) and MCPP.
The MCPP test will change colour for meta-ChloroPhenylPiperazine (MCPP) and Phenylpiperazines (i.e.: TMfPP). The information sheet and colour chart included, should correspond to these substances.
In Europe, Piperazines are often sold as ecstasy. Piperazines do not react with the EZ Test Marquis test.
There is also a colour reagent for 6-APB (BENZO FURY) which mentions “Unverified Sample” beneath it in the colour chart – the sample used for testing was not verified by the Laboratory to be 100%. Further analysis is taking place.
TEST RESULTS (as indicated by colour in the ampoule):
6-APB (BENZO FURY)
All EZ tests use a chemical reagent absorbed in silica gel, which is held inside a glass ampoule.
When a sample is added to these chemicals inside the ampoule if a reaction occurs a colour change will take place. This colour should be compared to the colour chart included on the instructions within the package, to give an indication as what could be in the sample.
If your unopened ampoule is damaged please contact the retailer it was purchased from.
There are 4 quick and easy steps to follow:
(1) Crack open the ampoule.
(2) Insert a small amount of the sample.
(3) Put the plastic lid on and shake well.
4) Compare the colour change to the chart.
After testing please remember to dispose of the ampoule and sample safely.
The EZ testing kits are purely a guide to help analyse a substance. It is advised not to touch any substance and extensive laboratory testing of samples is recommended for more detailed results.
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