N-Ethylpentylone (HCL)

N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) also known as ephylone is a synthetic research chemical that has a structure that is very closely related to pentylone. At this time, since N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is so new on the market, there is not much scientific information available.

Research that has been performed on has provided us with information such as when purchased from a research chemical manufacturer that it comes as a crystalline solid, the molecular formula is known, and the weight of the formula is 285.8. Since N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is structurally related to pentylone. Since N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is a research chemical it is not intended for human or animal consumption.

Laboratories that purchase N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) for further research should store the chemical at -20 degrees Celsius and follow all other instructions for the chemical to remain stable for up to two years. In the majority of cases, 4-Bromoethcathinone (hydrochloride) will be shipped at room temperature in order to keep the research chemical at the proper temperature for stability purposes. In order to sustain stability, all instructions should be properly adhered to and the research chemical will remain stable for up to two years.

In the majority of cases, N-Ethylpentylone (hydrochloride) will be compared to other chemicals that are structurally related to learning about the differences and how these differences may impact compound properties.