The new research chemical is Dimethylphenidate (DP) CAS # 479820-21-1. The chemical has a chemical formula of C16H23NO2, a formal name of the isopropyl ester phenyl-piperidin-2-yl-acetic acid and a molecular mass of 261.17.
Due to the fact that Dimethylphenidate Crystals were so fresh on the market, there is no research evidence available, although it is closely linked to similar chemicals. Because of this, we should look at published compound-related studies to learn more.
Other research has shown that the compound has a topological polar surface area of 38.3 A^2, a strong atom count of 18, an isotope atom count of 0, a fixed atom stereocenter count of 0, an undefined atom stereocenter count of 2, a defined bond stereocenter count of 0, an undefined bond stereocenter count of 0, and a covalently bonded unit count of 1.
Dimethylphenidate is a research chemical that is not intended for human or animal use and is intended for research purposes only in a regulated laboratory for scientific and forensic analysis.