We have the honor to present you with yet another brand new research material that is currently making waves in the scientific community – 3-Fluorophenmetrazine. This chemical is based on far better known pharmacological agent phenmetrazine, a compound with phenetylamine skeleton, but with a 3-fluoro group attached to the parent molecule. Since the material just arrived to the scene, it is difficult to estimate its behaviour in the lab, but comparisons with other structurally-related chemicals indicate significant role in regulation of key neurotransmitters, with the strongest affinity for serotonin and somewhat lower values for noradrenalin and dopamine. That’s why researchers who decide to purchase 3-Fluorophenmetrazine from EuChemicals will have a unique opportunity to participate in mapping out the biochemical profile of this intriguing synthetic agent.
Scientific nomenclature knows this substance under several names, including 3FPM, 3F-Phenmetrazine or (2-(3-flourophenyl)-3-methylmorpholine), while the patent mark of the chemical is PAL-593 and its molecular mass is 195.23 g/mol. This is a crystalline powder on room temperature, suitable for shipping, handling and testing in the lab. Pharmacology of 3F-Phenmetrazine is also a question mark at this point except by analogy with parent compound phenmetrazine which has been described in literature as a relatively powerful stimulant of the central nervous system.
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Systematic IUPAC name: (2-(3-flourophenyl)-3-methylmorpholine)
CAS Number: not available
ChemSpider number: not available
Chemical formula: C11H14FNO
Molecular mass: 195.23 g/mol