4-Methylaminorex is also known as 4-MAR, 4-MAX, or by its systematic name of 4-Methyl-5-phenyl-2-amino-oxazoline. There is a half-life of 10 to 19 hours. There is a CAS number of 3568-94-3, a PubChem Identifier of CID 92196, a DrugBank Identifier of 01447, and a ChemSpider Identifier of 83237. Its molecular formula is C10H12N2O. There is a composition of 68.16 percent Carbon, 6.86 percent Hydrogen, 15.9 percent Nitrogen, and 9.08 percent Oxygen. There is a mass of 176.2151 and a polar surface area of 47.61. There is an atom count of 25, a bond count of 26, and a cyclomatic number of 2. There is a chain atom count of 2, a chain bond count of 3, an asymmetric atom count of 2, and a rotatable bond count of 1.
What is 4-Methylaminorex?
4-Methylaminorex was synthesized by McNeil Laboratories in 1960 and is part of the 2-amino-5-aryloxazoline class of chemicals. It is a stimulant that is now banned in many countries due to its methamphetamine effects. In lab testing on animals it was shown to have cocaine and amphetamine like abuse potential.
What is 4-Methylaminorex used for?
Now a street drug and part of the recreational drug market, 4-Methylaminorex has effects that last 12 to 16 hours, depending on the path of entry. Those that take the drug by smoking have shorter lasting effects than those that take it orally. Effects are heightened awareness, cognition, and attention along with euphoria. Doses are shown to be 5mg to 25mg, with a large user base sharing their personal stories on many of the internet forums and sites.