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Mexedrone is a research chemical in the cathinone family that are known stimulants as well as being listed as an entactogen. The molecular formula is C10H13NO2. The IUPAC name is 3-Hydroxy-2-(methylamino)-1-(p-tolyl)propan-1-one. All chemicals in the cathinone family are very close to amphetamines structurally speaking. All of the chemicals have a phenethylamine core that has an ethyl chain that has an amino group going through it that has a phenyl ring bound to the group as well as offering an addition substitution of methyl at Ra.

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Mexedrone in the Cathinone Family

Mexedrone is in the classification of stimulant research chemicals that through studies have shown to be a weak reuptake inhibitor of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin along with being a weak releasing agent for serotonin.
Mexedrone was developed using synthetic substances as compounds for research in 2015 and there have not been any studies as of this time to discover any medical value but could be an alternative to mephedrone after more studies have been conducted.
Even though very little research has been conducted on mexedrone what has been discovered is the chemistry by purchasing the chemical through a compound supplier. It has been placed in the cathinone family and does have an extra ketone group that is bonded to R1. Along with this, mexedrone is also considered with other psychoactive compounds which may be similar to methamphetamine and MDMA.

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