SCH-5472

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SCH-5472
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FormulaC19H23NO
Molar mass281.391 g/mol g·mol−1
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SCH-5472[1] is a stimulant drug[2] developed by Schering-Plough in the 1950s.[3]

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  1. ^ US 2997478 - Oxygenated piperidines and processes for their manufacture
  2. ^ Nodine, J. H.; Bodi, T.; Slap, J.; Levy, H. A.; Siegler, P. E. (1960). "Preliminary trial of a new stimulant SCH 5472 in ambulatory patients with depression, exhaustion, or hypersomnia syndrome". Antibiotic Medicine and Clinical Therapy. 7: 771–776. PMID 13729397.
  3. ^ ‹See Tfd›US patent 2997478, ‹See Tfd›Walter, L. A.; Sperber, N., "Oxygenated Piperidines and Process for their Manufacture", issued 1961-08-22, assigned to Schering