N,N-Diethylpentylone (hydrochloride)

N,N-Diethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is a newly developed research chemical that is structurally classified as a cathinone. Through studies, this new research chemical is believed to be related to Pentylone (hydrochloride), N,N-Dimethylpentylone (hydrochloride), and N-ethyl Pentylone (hydrochloride).

The scientific information that is available for N,N-Diethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is that when shipped it comes as a crystalline solid. Other information includes the molecular formula, the purity with is greater than or equal to 98%, the formula weight which is 313.8, 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 type of information can be used for scientists to determine the direction in which they wish to perform their studies on the new chemical to learn if there could be any health or mental benefits for humans or animals.

It most cases since N,N-Diethylpentylone (hydrochloride) is structurally related to cathinones it will often be compared to others in the same family to determine differences as well as similarities. This is done to determine what effects the new research chemical may possess that could be used in the medical field with the hopes of discovering new breakthroughs that will give physicians more options in aiding patients without the harmful side effects of the medications that are being used at this time.

Since toxicological and physiological properties N,N-Diethylpentylone (hydrochloride) have not been determined at this time, it is not intended for human consumption and not for veterinary usage. The chemical should be stored at -20 degrees Celsius which will provide stability for up to two years.