's pet hamburger recently obtained a large amount of Ritalin
LA 20 mg (long acting) tablets. Problem is, SWIM's hamburger can't use them recreationally because they last too long. As far as he is aware, there is a different sort of time release mechanism on them. They are basically little beads of methylphen with a coating, with some coatings more easily broken down by the body than others, resulting in the long acting effect. This is info SWIM's hamburger found:
Inactive Ingredients: ammonio methacrylate copolymer, black iron oxide (10 and 40 mg capsules only), gelatin, methacrylic acid copolymer, polyethylene glycol, red iron oxide (10 and 40 mg capsules only), sugar spheres, talc, titanium dioxide, triethyl citrate, and yellow iron oxide (10, 30, and 40 mg capsules).
So he is assuming these are the coatings. Is there anyway to strip these coatings with some sort of simple reaction? Chemistry isn't SWIM's hamburgers forte, so anything relatively easily obtainable would be helpful. Oh, and crushing them up is near impossible, someone told me.
Also, could SWIM's hamburger just dissolve them in water and then evaporate the water? Or would that not work due to the coating.