Here is a key so that you will know which sample corresponds to what product i sent in. Some of the samples are not public and i was never made aware of the brand so i am not able to list it. But the analysis will be up for viewing. Sample 1 - Legend Anavar lot 201404025 Sample 2 - Legend Anavar lot 201407025 Sample 3 - Purity Source labs Anavar Sample 4 - Swole oil Anavar (10mg pill) Sample 5 - Legend clomid (GKH) Sample 6 - Test enanthate Sample 7 - World Pharma Test prop Sample 8 - Test prop Sample 9 - MJR Caber Sample 10 - Maximum Peptide t3 Sample 11 - MJR t3/t4 combo Sample 12 - MJR exemestane Here is a slide by slide walk walk through that the scientist who performed the analysis gave me. Its a 19 page report. "The pdf of the powerpoint slides has the chromatograms for the mass spec runs (examples). I will walk you through those: The first slide shows injections of testosterone and Oxandrolone Standards, eluting at ~17 min. Slide 2 shows the chromatograms for samples 1 to 4, showing the expected peaks for oxandrolone for each sample. I prepared 2 replicate samples for each sample that you provided. Slide 3 shows the results for clomiphene citrate. Samples 1 to 5 were triturated and extracted into chloroform or ethyl acetate/methanol (for sample 5) to extract the active compounds. For samples 6 to 12 I diluted them about 100 fold into ethyl acetate. Slides 4 and 5 show the results for Sample 6A and 6B. The main component is the enanthate, but there is a bit of the propionate which is hard to quantitate, and some testosterone, also in small amounts. I can send the HPLC chromatography for samples 6 to 8 if you are interested in seeing the absorption peaks. Slides 6 to 9 show the chromatograms for samples 7A, 7B, 8A and 8B. Notice that there is some "free" testosterone in these samples, also hard to quantify, and that the peak for the propionate does produce some testosterone in the spectrometer, which has no effect on the analysis. Slides 10 and 11 are for sample 9, showing NO cabergoline present, but some exemestane is observed and it was quantificated, based on the external calibration curve. The slides number 12 to 15 show that there is not much T3 or T4 (thyroxine) in samples10 and 11, but still could be quantified. I did notice that T4 tends to degrade into T3 from my standards, but those were prepared in water solutions, unlike the samples that you sent which should be more stable. Slides 16 and 17 are for the exemestane sample, it is present as the main component in large amounts in sample 12. Finally slide 18 shows the summary of the HPLC quantification for samples 6 to 8, using HPLC with UV detection with testosterone as a standard. I performed 2 injections for each sample and 2 dilutions for each sample. I had to repeat sample 6 as one of the dilutions showed too much compound (6B) for some reason, and which should be neglected. The elution times agree with the LC-MS results, so the peaks were assigned according to what I observed in those chromatograms. The final numbers are shown in yellow. The last slide has the summary of all the results in the last column shown in pink. For the tablets the results are total mg per tablet, while for the liquid samples they are shown in mg/mL." This was the first batch of tests ran. There is another in the works atm. If anyone is interseted in having anything tested send me a pm. Here is a list of items i have refrence standards for from sigma alderich. I can only test items on this list. With out a refrence standard labs like this are usless. Testosterone Oxandrolone Exemestane Clomiphene Citrate Cabergoline Triiodothyronine Thyroxine Anastrozole I would like to get more RC chems checked out that way we can as a community narrow down some good stuff. As you can see MJR fucked me on the caber and asin but came through on the t3. 11-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 12-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 13-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 14-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 15-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 16-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 17-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 18-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM 19-19 by Capt Forest posted Feb 26, 2015 at 11:32 AM PS. I am aware that the scientist spelled oxandrolone wrong in the reports.