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Names:
2,4-DMA
2,4-Dimethoxyamphetamine
IUPAC name:
1-(2,4-Dimethoxyphenyl)propan-2-amine
53 · C11H17NO2 · 195.258
InChI=1S/C11H17NO2/c1-8(12)6-9-4-5-10(13-2)7-11(9)14-3/h4-5,7-8H,6,12H2,1-3H3
DQWOZMUBHQPFFF-UHFFFAOYSA-N This stereoisomer Any stereoisomer

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2C-D
DESOXY
2,5-DMA
3,4-DMA
MEPEA
3,5-DMA
2,3-DMA
2,6-DMA
MM-GEA
N-Me-2,5-DMPEA · 25H-NMe
2,5-MH-MMA
2-DES-Me-DOM · 2-DM-DOM
5-DES-Me-DOM · 5-DM-DOM
4-Me-2,6-DMPEA · ψ-2C-D
2407
4-Ethoxynorephedrine
BO3MM
BO3ME
BO3MA
BO3E
N-Me-DMPEA-2
2,3-EMPEA
N-Me-DMPEA-3
2,4-EMPEA
Coryneine
N,N-Me-DHA
DHEA
MHMA
MH-α-Et-PEA
HMMA
β-Me-DMPEA
N-Me-DMPEA
EMPEA
β,2-HO-5,N-DMeA
β-HO-N-Me-2-M-5-MePEA
β-HO-2-M-5-MeA
N,N-Me-2,5-HMPEA
β-Me-2,5-DMPEA
N-Me-3,5-DMPEA
N-Me-2,6-DMPEA
6-Me-2,4-DMPEA
iso-2C-D
HMP
homo-3,4-DMPEA
N-MeO-PMA
10139
10088
10037
Isopropyloctopamine
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