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Indanylamphetamine, or 1-(5-Indanyl)-2-aminopropane (IAP), is chemical relative similar to MDMA. The reported potency is between that MDMA and MBDB. The difference between IAP and MDA is the indanyl- core rather than methylenedioxy-; the two oxygens in methylenedioxy- are instead changed to two methylene molecules. IAP is not considered an analogue of MDMA, because the core is of a different structure.
Categories: Entactogens and Empathogens | Psychedelic phenethylamines | Amphetamines
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