Talk:Eticyclidine

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Can anybody explain what the deal is with wiki-editors choosing super obscure names as the heading for a chemical compound. They did that same thing with 4-AcO-DMT by calling it O-acetylpsilocin, I understand both are correct but O-acetylpsilocin is about 500x less common. The same goes for eticyclidine...that names occurs about twice in scientific literature, as opposed to "PCE" which is the common recognized name for the compound. I vote the name be changed to PCE.Valerophenone (talk) 22:51, 15 February 2011 (UTC)