Introduction to Propylhexedrine

Using Propylhexedrine

Ways of administration

Effects of Propylhexedrine

Combinations with Propylhexedrine

Different Uses for Propylhexedrine

Pharmacology of Propylhexedrine

Chemistry of Propylhexedrine

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Systematic (IUPAC) name: (RS)-N-methyl-1-cyclohexyl-propan-2-amine
Synonyms: (RS)-N,α-dimethyl-cyclohexylethylamine, 1-cyclohexyl-2-methylaminopropane, hexahydrodesoxyephedrine, Benzedrex; barbexalone, Maliasin (l-form ethylphenylbarbiturate)
Molecular Formula: C10H21N, C10H21N.HCl (hydrochloride), C22H33N3O3 (l-form ethylphenylbarbiturate)
Molar mass: 155.28 g/mol, 191.74 g/mol (hydrochloride), 387.52 g/mol [2]
CAS Registry Number: 3595-11-7 (dl-form), 6192-95-6 (dl-form hydrochloride), 6556-29-2 (d-form), 6192-96-7 (d-form hydrochloride), 6192-97-8 (l-form), 4388-82-3 (l-form ethylphenylbarbiturate), 6192-98-9 (l-form hydrochloride)
Melting Point: no data
Boiling Point: dl-form 205°C @ 760 mmHg, 92-93°C @ 20 mmHg. d-form 82-83 @ 10 mmHg. l-form 80-81 @ 9 mmHg.
Flash Point: no data
Solubility: dl-form miscible with alcohol, chloroform, ether; very slightly soluble in water. dl-form hydrochloride soluble in water. d-form hydrochloride soluble in water. l-form hydrochloride soluble in water.
Additionnal data: dl-form hydrochloride decomposes at 127-128°C. d-form hydrochloride decomposes at 138-139°C. l-form hydrochloride decomposes at 138-139°C
Notes: dl-form aspect oily liquid, amine odor; volatilizes slowly at room temperature; absorbs carbon dioxide from air.

Reagent test results of Propylhexedrine

The dangers of Propylhexedrine

Producing Propylhexedrine

Forms of Propylhexedrine

Legal status of Propylhexedrine

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History of Propylhexedrine


[1] Merck Index, fifteenth edition (2013)
[2] Calculated from Atomic Weights of the Elements, 2007
Categories: Cycloalkylamines, Stimulants

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