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If the 1st bond on the cyclohexane ring (not the one going to the NH, the one going the other direction from off of the benzyl linkage) were a shaded wedge bond (the es-entantiomer) it'd be the same rotational configuration as n-methylamphetamine. Is the information given here potentially about a planar variety? (2S)-2-benzylpiperidine, one would venture, should be much more potent than the specifications given in this article; the isomerism specifically referenced in regard to this compound and the findings to do with its potency. Nagelfar (talk) 22:10, 22 December 2015 (UTC)