4-MeO-PCP is also known as 4-Methoxyphencyclidine, methoxydine, or by its systematic name of 1-[1-(4-methoxyphenyl)cyclohexyl]-piperidine. There is a CAS number of 2201-35-6, a PubChem Identifier of CID11778080, and a ChemSpider Identifier of 10526416. It has a molecular formula of C18H27NO. There is a composition of 68.27 percent Carbon, 7.37 percent Hydrogen, 11.37 percent Nitrogen, and 12.99 percent Oxygen. There is a mass of 125.1525, a polar surface area of 35.25, and a solvent accessible surface area of 198.94. There is an atom count of 18, a bond count of 18, and a cyclomatic number of 1. There is a chain atom count of 3, a chain bond count of 3, an asymmetric atom count of zero, and a rotatable bond count of 1.
What is 4-MeO-PCP?
4-Methoxyphencyclidine or Methoxydine are the full names for 4-MeO-PCP. This drug is very similar to 3-MeO-PCP which is 10 times more potent than this drug. Its dissociative effects are similar to ketamine with only some slightly different effects because of the altered binding profile in this drug. This drug is basically only a position isomer of the more widely known 3-MeO-PCP. This is why most of its properties are very similar to that drug. Its primary uses are for its hallucinogenic and sedative effects
What is 4-MeO-PCP used for?
This drug is known for its hallucinogenic and sedative effects just like the more widely known 3-MeO-PCP. The use of this drug is although somewhat discouraged in the market because of the unavailability of information on it. There is only so much people know about this drug because there hasn't been much research done on it. This is why the use of other hallucinogenic drugs that are in the market are preferred over the use of this drug.