Novel research chemicals usually attract a lot of attention and BK-2CB or beta-keto 2C-B is certainly not an exemption to this rule. There is a steady stream of customers looking to buy BK-2CB manufactured in our labs, largely motivated by its close resemblance of the classic research chemical 2CB which was first synthesized in 1974 by the legendary Alexander Shulgin. Our stock of this substance is of scientific-grade purity, which can be an important factor when considering a purchase of a BK-2CB product.
A prime example of substituted phenetylamines, this compound is often referenced in literature under its IUPAC name 2-amino-1-(4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)etanone, or under its molecular formula C10H12BrNO3, while its molecular mass is known to be 274.1118 g/mol. While conventional wisdom would seem to imply that βk-primary amines are bound to be unstable because of the tendency for dimerisation, BK-2CB has been proven to be stable if it is kept dry. Existing in vitro studies of BK-2CB dosage imply that 80-120 mg of substance can induce longer lasting effects than a similar quantity of 2CB, which is unexpected considering that β-ketone moieties usually have a reduced pharmacological impact. These and other peculiar features have driven a large number of the researchers to turn their attention to BK-2CB effects and chemical properties.
Our online store receives orders for BK-2CB delivery only for scientific use, under laboratory conditions and outside of living organism. Human consumption of the research materials is an unsafe practice strictly prohibited by our terms and conditions and must be refrained from at all times. BK-2CB is legal in the United Kingdom and most other countries, but purchaser is responsible for compliance with local laws and regulations.
Full Chemical Name: BK-2C-B
Systematic IUPAC Name: 2-amino-1-(4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)ethanone
CAS Number: 11288812
ChemSpider Number: 9463799
Molecular Formula: C10H12BrNO3
Molecular Mass: 274.11118 g/mol