When you drop a little of your sample you will see vial A changing into orange green and orange later, while vial B is changing into light orange right away. It still does not give answer if the sample contains testosterone acetate. You need perform UV test, you need source of 365 nm UV light. Notice the characteristic green fluorescence surrounded by dark yellow. This is how sample with concentration of 100 mg/ml looks like after adding 3 drops with 18 gauge needle. Just one drop in this case does not produce the green fluorescence. Notice that it looks very similar to testosterone enanthate, with the exception that you would see blue not green fluorescence.
Testosterone acetate under 365 nm UV light