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|Molar mass||451.43 g mol−1|
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Being an analog of morphine, it would be expected to have the same effects on the body as a typical opiate/opioid.
- Eddy, N. B.; Sumwalt, M. (1939). "Studies of Morphine, Codeine, and Their Derivatives. XV. 2,4-Dinitrophenylmorphine" (pdf). Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 67 (2): 127–141.
- Huggins, R. A.; Bryan, A. R. (1951). "Some cardiovascular actions of dinitrophenylmorphine hydrochloride". Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 9 (2): 314–318. PMID 14835466.
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