Originally Posted by Beam_Me_Up_Scotty
Pretty sure a 7:1 mix isn't going to cut it.
four to one is the correct stoichiometric amount of bicarbonate to use to effect a freebasing reaction on cocaine hydrochloride, seven grams per oz of coke. this is because cocaine has a molecular weight of three hundred and bicarb is eighty something, in order to have an equal number of molecules you need four times as much coke as bicarb.
this implies pure coke and something tells me you aren't in a columbian coke lab so you don't have pure coke but it should be treated as if it was pure to ensure max conversion.
mix the two product in a cylindrical test tube until both are dissolved, put in the micro and heat in ten second intervals on high swirling between each interval to ammalgamate the oil into one blob, after five or so intervals it will be done. if you do three "fiddy" which i believe is retardinese for fifty you will vaporize all the product and your microwave will be so fucked up it will be trying to call hookers and pay with your credit card.
laboratory prep of freebase cocaine:
dissolve coke in distilled water, make concentrated solution
make a thirty percent solution of sodium hydroxide in water
add hydroxide to coke until the ph>13
add one volume of diethyl ether and shake, separate, repeat twice more, pool all ether extracts.
shake ether extracts with distilled water, discard water, shake with salt water, discard water.
add CaCl2 to ether and put aside for half hour, filter out drying agent
make solution of fifty fifty acetone and water
slowly drip acetone and water into ether, very slowly dropwise, if two layers separate add acetone until its only one
heat to drive off ether for fifteen minutes in a hot water bath, if base precipitates add acetone and warm to dissolve it, just enough to dissolve
put in freezer
perfect pristine base will crystallize(not blob out) as white microcrystals, it will flash vaporize so you must be good with technique
filter out the crystals and allow time to dry or press between two filter papers between paper towels