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In recent years, the demand for indazole-based cannabinoids is on the rise and researchers around the world are vigilantly following each release of a new product from this group. AMB-FUBINACA is currently in focus, which is not too hard to understand when you consider this chemical brings together some of the properties of AB-PINACA and 5 Fluoro AMB, two well known research chemicals. The molecule of AMB-FUBINACA has a methoxy group attached in the place of a primary amine (much like 5-Fluoro AMB), but it is presently unknown how this structural feature affects the biochemical profile of this compound. By analogy with most other indazole cannabinoids, AMB-FUBINACA is expected to be an extremely powerful agonist of the central CB1 receptors.

Another synonym used for AMB-FUBINACA in the expert circles is FUB-AMB, and simple chemical formula of the substance is summed up as C21H22FN3O3. Its official designation in the IUPAC system is defined as methyl (1-(4-fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carbonyl)-L-valinate, with the molecular weight determined to be 383.41 g/mol. The product is delivered as a solution in acetonitrile, and professional-grade purity (higher than 98%) can be expected consistently when ordering from a reputable provider such as EuroChemicals.

AMB-FUBINACA could be a restricted substance in some jurisdictions and completely legal to purchase and handle in others. Customers should consult local regulations to find out the precise situation in their own country before ordering any chemicals from our online store. Any use of research chemicals outside of safe laboratory conditions is strictly prohibited by our terms of use and could present a significant health hazard.

Chemical Data

Volledige chemische naam: AMB-FUBINACA
Systematische IUPAC naam: methyl (1-(4-fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carbonyl)-L-valinate
CAS-nummer: N/A
ChemSpider-nummer: 32055540
Molecuulformule: C21H22FN3O3
Moleculaire massa: 383.4 g/mol