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Substituted amphetamines



The substituted amphetamines are a family of amphetamine-based stimulants, hallucinogens, and other recreational drugs. They each have a methyl group on the alpha carbon, often have methoxy groups on the 2 and 5 carbons, and have variant groups on the 3, 4, and 5 carbons. Examples include DOB and DOI. Many substituted amphetamines are amphetamine analogues of the 2C's.

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Nomenclature R3 R4 R5 2C analog Structure
3C-BZ OCH3 OC(CH)5 OCH3 NA
Aleph H SCH3 H 2C-T
Aleph-2 H SCH2CH3 H 2C-T-2
Aleph-4 H SCH(CH3)2 H 2C-T-4
Aleph-6 H SC(CH)5 H NA
Aleph-7 H S(CH2)2CH3 H 2C-T-7
DOB H B H 2C-B
DOI H I H 2C-I
DOM H CH3 H 2C-D
DOBU H (CH2)3CH3 H NA
Ganesha CH3 CH3 H 2C-G


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