Piperidylthiambutene

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Piperidylthiambutene
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FormulaC17H21NS2
Molar mass303.485 g/mol g·mol−1
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Melting point188 to 189 °C (370 to 372 °F)
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Piperidylthiambutene (Piperidinohton) is an opioid analgesic drug from the thiambutene family, which has around the same potency as morphine.[1][2][3] If sold or obtained for the purpose of human consumption it could be considered a controlled substance analogue in some countries such as the US, Australia and New Zealand. Piperidylthiambutene has been sold as a designer drug, first appearing in late 2018.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adamson DW, Green AF (January 1950). "A new series of analgesics". Nature. 165 (4186): 122. Bibcode:1950Natur.165..122A. doi:10.1038/165122a0. PMID 15409854.
  2. ^ Adamson DW, Duffin WM, Green AF (January 1951). "Dithienylbutylamines as analgesics". Nature. 167 (4239): 153–4. Bibcode:1951Natur.167..153A. doi:10.1038/167153b0. PMID 14806409.
  3. ^ Green AF (March 1953). "Analgesic and other properties of 3: 3-dithienylalkenylamines". British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy. 8 (1): 2–9. doi:10.1111/j.1476-5381.1953.tb00739.x. PMC 1509239. PMID 13066683.
  4. ^ "Analytical report Piperidylthiambutene" (PDF). European Project Response. November 2018.