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4-Fluoroethylphenidate (4F-EPH)
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The next phenidate has now been confirmed to be 4F-Ethylphenidate. This is the ethyl analogue of 4F-MPH, or alternatively the 4-Fluoro analogue of ethylphenidate.

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Coming soon from UKRC-Chemicals, who previously released 4F-MPH.

IUPAC: ethyl 2-(4-fluorophenyl)-2-(piperidin-2-yl)acetate
SMILES: CCOC(=O)C(C1CCCCN1)C1=CC=C(F)C=C1
Mass: 265.3232
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#2
Looking forward to it
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#3
Everything coming out now is always a 4 fluoro analogue. Guess there is good reason for that. Next will be 4f-isopropylphenidate and on and on. Supprised they didn't think of this in the tdco when eph was banned. Rofl
love the world and it will love you back. chin
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#4
So... has anyone actually had a chance to try this yet?

So far, of the legal, non-empathogenic stims of the last 3 or so years, I liked EPH the most for its rush and short-lived action. Have we reason to think this is going to be similar (and hopefully less corrosive) or is going to be another long-acting monster stim like 3,4,CTMP and 4F-MPH?
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#5
I don't think its been released by ukrc-chemicals yet.
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#6
I asked Neil from UKRC about this a while ago and as with 4F-MPH, the chemical will be made available for sale soon after it's received from the lab without pre-release samples being sent out

I've been looking at the structure of 4F-EPH in comparison to other stimulants. Not sure what conclusions to draw, but here's an image I put together:

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#7
like the chromatic mapping in that image, very useful.
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(20-10-2015, 11:20 AM)quantiq Wrote: like the chromatic mapping in that image, very useful.

Any cleverness is down to MolView - it's the MEP field - showing the electrostatic potential. Red areas are electronegative, blue electropositive. The other site I use a lot is chemicalize which does all kinds of predicted properties calculations. Both free and simple to use.
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#9
Looks like a deformed penis.
This is outrageous. This is contagious. So futile.
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#10
(20-10-2015, 07:46 PM)Tweek Wrote: Looks like a deformed penis.

Exactly what I thought. lol
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