4-chloro-N-Isopropylcathinone (hydrochloride) also referred to as 4-CIC is a newly developed research chemical that is structurally classified as a cathinone. At this time, more research information is needed to determine more about this new chemical. There is some scientific data known such as it is a crystalline solid, the molecular formula, the purity with is greater than or equal to 98%, the formula weight which is 262.2, and other such information. With new research chemicals, the chemical is provided with an IUPAC number which is known as a non-proprietary identifier also known as the formal name. This information can then be used for scientists to determine the direction in which they wish to perform their experiments on the new chemical to learn if there could be any health or mental benefits for humans or animals.
Since 4-chloro-N-Isopropylcathinone (hydrochloride) is structurally related to cathinones it will often be compared to others in the same family to learn more about properties that may be the same or different than others in the same classification. This will allow more research to be conducted to learn if the chemical can benefit humans while the differences could produce fewer side effects of present day medications being used on patients.
All scientific information classifies 4-chloro-N-Isopropylcathinone (hydrochloride) as a stimulant. The side chains of new research chemicals can be different which can change the way in which a chemical will work in vitro as well as other chemical studies. Since toxicological and physiological properties of 4-chloro-N-Isopropylcathinone (hydrochloride) have not been determined at this time, it is not intended for human consumption and should only be used in forensic or scientific controlled laboratories. The new research chemical should be stored at -20 degrees Celsius in order to provide stability for up to two years when all instructions are properly observed.