Isopropylphenidate is a newly developed research chemical which is known to be a stimulant that has a peperidine base and is related to methylphenidate.
The chemistry of research chemicals is the often the first published data so aid scientists in learning more about the way the compounds may be able to benefit humans medically or mentally and to provide an alternative to often harmful medications due to the long-term side effects. With Isopropylphenidate it has been determined to a synthetic molecule if the phenethylamine family. The research chemical has a core that is phenethylamine but also bounds to an amino group a phenyl ring via an ethyl chain. As a supplementary research chemical, Isopropylphenidate shows to be close to amphetamine structurally as it has at Ra a substitution that is added to a piperidine ring that stops at the phenethylamine chain which is the terminal amine. Along with this, bound to R2 of the structure is an isopropyl acetate.
More research showed that Isopropylphenidate is different than nethylphenidate due to the carbon chain length of the acetate group.
At this time, there is very little data available as no research has been conducted to learn the pharmacology of Isopropylphenidate. All data is only predicted or speculated as to how the research chemical will work on the brains and bodies of humans. Until animal studies can be performed to learn more about the way this and other research chemicals work on the brain and nervous system, the compounds are not intended for human consumption.
All data looks at the parent compounds and compare the structure of Isopropylphenidate to get an idea of what is believed will occur in humans. The parent compounds used for Isopropylphenidate are ethylphenidate and methylphenidate. Using this data, it is believed that Isopropylphenidate will inhibit the reuptake of dopamine and inhibit the reuptake of norepinephrine so it will boost the levels of these chemicals in the brain and will bind the transportation so dopamine and norepinephrine will accumulate in the brain for longer lasting euphoric and stimulating effects.