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Other - Dissolve pure cocaine in different liquids which is best??

Discussion in 'Cocaine & Crack' started by newlove2003, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. newlove2003

    newlove2003 Newbie

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    Swim wants to know which liquids are best to dissolve cocaine and the easiest to get back using the evaporation method, here are some liquids which can dissolve the cocaine best, does anyone know information for each liquid thanks.

    1. water
    2. wine
    3. vodka
    4. rum
    5. pisco
    6. Cachaça
    7. Ethanol,Ethyl alcohol
     
  2. Down In Albion

    Down In Albion Silver Member

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    Water or Vodka, otherwise when you evap, you'll be left with other stuff too, not just the coke.
     
  3. kailey_elise

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    newlove, while I realize evaporating something is the most basic type of "chemistry", I think it is *VERY* important that you do a LOT more research before attempting anything like this.

    I mean, do you know what pisco & Cachaca even are? Are you aware that wine, vodka & rum *ARE* ethanol/ethyl alcohol?

    What is the point? Cocaine begins to degrade pretty rapidly when dissolved in at least one of those liquids. Why not just store it in some hiding spot?

    Not to mention the fact that dissolving cocaine into a consumable can cause accidental death if someone were to, say, happen upon your little bottle of vodka that contains a substantial amount of cocaine. And one would have to have a substantial amount of cocaine to make something like this even worth the effort.

    I implore you to reconsider this idea, and to do *MUCH* more research if you decide to go ahead with it anyway...

    ~Kailey
     
  4. Docta

    Docta Idiot Savant

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    Docta's tip's: Anybody that tries to smuggle Cocaine into the UK dissolved in booze is a fucking idiot.


    The list you give-
    1. water
    2. wine
    3. vodka
    4. rum
    5. pisco
    6. Cachaça
    7. Ethanol,Ethyl alcohol
    Are for the most part made up of water and or alcohol in diffident ratios. Plus some organic trash in the booze.

    Description of Solubility

    Cocaine Hydrochloride: Very soluble in water; freely soluble in alcohol; soluble in chloroform and in glycerin; insoluble in ether.
     
  5. User-126494

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    Mr. Hamster must agree with Docta on this. This is walking close to the line of planning illegal activity, but then it could be all about long-term storage.

    Storing cocaine in any liquid will cause it to begin to breakdown. Water is especially bad, so out of all the solvent choices, pure ethanol or other alcohol would be the best, however one must take into account solubility at 3.5ml/g. Water has .5ml/g. This is also for cocaine HCl, the base would be insoluble in any of these. Recovering it through evaporative recrystallization in any solvent other than pure distilled water or pure alcohol will only add impurities to a drug of otherwise already questionable purity. More information here:

    How long is a life span of cocaine after it is dissolved in 90% alchohol solution?

    Storing cocaine in a liquid which one might mistake for a beverage, such as water, wine, rum, vodka, or other consumable liquid is very dangerous since an unknowing chinchilla or hamster might get thirsty and end up consuming a lethal dose, as Kailey so correctly points out. This has happened before, though the hamster can't seem to locate the news item.

    Also, many adulterants are easily soluble in water, so, the less water, the better. Many things are soluble in pure ethanol, but it will at lease eliminate some of the cutting agents if filtered.

    Be well...
     
  6. newlove2003

    newlove2003 Newbie

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    swim is not a smuggler just wanting a long life storage options.
     
  7. Phenoxide

    Phenoxide Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Storage in solid form rather than solution is far more stable for the long term.
     
  8. newlove2003

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    swim only needs to store it in a liquid to for a maximum of a week then to evaporate liquid off to get the stuff back
     
  9. Potter

    Potter Platinum Member & Advisor

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    What world do you live in that a week is "long term storage"? Give us one possible good reason other then avoiding law enforcement that would justify this sort of foolishness.

    We aren't stupid and will not help you smuggle drugs.
     
  10. User-126494

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    Damn, Potter beat the hamster to the punch.

    This is true and been pointed out regarding the stability of storing in liquid. The thread referred to in a previous post even has a link back to a research paper demonstrating this. For long-term storage, liquid suspension is not a viable option.

    These two statements contradict themselves. When Mr. Hamster thinks of "long-term storage" he is thinking in terms of months, years or imagines nuclear waste as long term.

    The hamster thinks this thread has run its course and can no longer be of much use and probably closed.

    Be well...
     
  11. Benga

    Benga Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Indeed. I also think this has gone as far as it should-
    closed
     
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