4-Chloromethcathinone

Name4-Chloromethcathinone
Formal Name4-CMC, clephedrone
SMILESO=C(c1ccc(Cl)cc1)C(C)NC
InChI KeyUEJBEYOXRNGPEI-UHFFFAOYAF
InChI CodeInChI=1/C10H12ClNO/c1-7(12-2)10(13)8-3-5-9(11)6-4-8/h3-7,12H,1-2H3
Description4-Chloromethcathinone (also referred to as clephedrone or 4-CMC) is one of many designer synthetic cathinones that has been sold on the illicit drug market.1 4-CMC is a derivative of US regulated Schedule I controlled substance methcathinone. The only difference between the two is that 4-CMC has a chlorine in the para position on the phenyl ring. While pharmacological data for this compound does not exist, it has been published that the bromine analogue (4-bromomethcathinone or 4-BMC) acts as a serotonin and norepinephedrine reuptake inhibitor.

Status

Verified
Submitted2015-07-01
Submitted ByCayman Chemical
Kentucky State Police Eastern Laboratory Branch, Ashland, KY
Published2015-08-05
ContactPaul D. Kennedy, PhD. at Cayman Chemical
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