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4-BMC (Crystal) Research Chemical USA.

4-BMC Crystal, also called brephedrone, (RS)-1-(4-bromophenyl)-2-methylaminopropan-1-one, 4-Bromomethcathinone and 4-Bromo-N-methylcathinone, has the molecular formula: C10H12BRnO. Its molecular weight is 242.110, and its stability is rated at two years.

4-BMC or 4-CMC Crystal both are potent psychoactive research chemicals. It is technically a stimulant, and is commonly grouped amongst the amphetqamines, phenethylamines and cathinones, chemically speaking. 4-BMC works as a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor as well as a serotonin reuptake inhibitor, though, and its effects on humans are much more like those of an antidepressant than those of a stimulant. Like 4-halogenated cathinones, it is unclear whether 4-BMC Crystal has a high degree of selective serotonergic neurotoxicity.

Pharmacology for 4-BMC:

Several agencies have done detailed studies of-BMC, including ChemAxon, The United States Environmental Protection Agency and ACD/Labs. As a result, we know quite a bit about its pharmacology. It has two hydrogen bond acceptors, a refractive index of 1.546, three freely floating bonds, a relatively low melting point of 77.39 degrees C, a flash point of 148.474 degrees C and a boiling point of 321.891 degrees C, at 760 millimetres of mercury. It is water soluble up to 1223 milligrams per litre at 25 degrees C.

It has a bond count of 25 and an atom count of 25. Its cyclomatic number is just one, whilst its chain atom count is seven. Its asymmetric atom count is only one. Its deriding energy is believed to be 27.66 kcal per mol, and it has a volume of 183.000 cubic Angstroms. In terms of cross-section, its maximum projection area is 57.50 square Angstroms and its minimum projection area is 34.18 square Angstroms.

Legal Status: 4-BMC is banned in China from 1th of October 2015.

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