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IUPAC name:
68 · C12H19NO2 · 209.285
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4C-DMA · 4C-H
2C-D-2-EtO · 2CD-2ETO
2C-D-5-EtO · 2CD-5ETO
m-DOM · 5-DOM
o-DOM · 2-DOM
6-Me-2,4-DOM · Z-7.1
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