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December 2010[edit]

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You can use {{pd-chem}} to tag any chemical structure images, because they are ineligible for copyright. Also, in the future, please upload chemical structures as .png rather than .jpg, as .png is much better quality. Thanks, shoy (reactions) 13:26, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
Should I use the {{pd-chem}} tag at the bottom of the page like you did? or should I put it in the source where I had been leaving my sig? Is there an easy way to upload the image as a .png after having already uploaded it as a .jpg? I have a .png version which, you're right, does look alot nicer, but since the current version is "RCS-4 molecular structure.jpg" it won't let me rename it "RCS-4 molecular structure.png". Also it appears I uploaded this to both Wikipedia and Commons, is there an easy/speedy way to get rid of with wiki version to save up some space? Sorry for all the questions, and thanks for your help! Enix150 (talk) 22:26, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

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Speedy deletion nomination of JWH-167[edit]

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Bk-MDA[edit]

Just a quick FYI, you should create the target page before creating redirects to it. --Dylan620 (tcr) 14:28, 28 December 2010 (UTC)

Eric-1[edit]

I'm pretty much certain that whatever cecchem were selling as "Eric-1" was not Corey lactone 4-phenylbenzoate, despite what their website may say...this is a real compound, it is an intermediate in the synthesis of some prostaglandins, but there is nothing in either the scientific or patent literature that would indicate this compound or anything remotely similar in structure has any stimulant effect at all. The page should probably be deleted to remove this misinformation from the internet, just in case any trigger happy governments decide that Corey lactone 4-phenylbenzoate should be banned as a potential new drug of abuse (see for instance what happened with naphyrone on the basis of internet rumour and speculation)...would be a shame to see a pharmacologically inactive but commercially useful compound be banned because some Chinese RC manufacturer decided to use it as their fake name to relabel old stock of mephedrone as after it was made illegal!

It is debatable whether cecchem have actually come up with any novel compounds as they claim to have, though I think some samples of one of the early "Eric" compounds turned out when tested to in fact be the N,N-dimethyl analogue of mephedrone, which was novel at the time if hardly very creative. Eric-4 may possibly have been invented by cecchem, but more likely (given that it appeared in Sweden quite some time before it showed up anywhere else) it was a custom synthesis request from a Swedish manufacturer of synthetic cannabis blends which was then put on cecchem's general stock list after the customer continued to buy more of it. Meodipt (talk) 06:48, 30 January 2011 (UTC)

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Speedy deletion nomination of File:SRT-1460 structure.png[edit]

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Speedy deletion declined: Threonine metabolism[edit]

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