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“Definition of Research Chemicals”

“Research Chemicals Are Used By Scientists to Identify Properties and Test Hypotheses”

Research chemicals are often highly purified forms of a wide variety of molecular compounds. These chemicals are used by scientists to identify certain properties and for experiments that test hypotheses in order to answer specific questions. The intended use is in a laboratory rather in plants, animals, or humans, even though some research chemicals may be extracted or derived from these sources. Certain chemicals that have been or are being used for research also have broad applications outside laboratories. Due to this variety, the term can have several different meanings and connotations in different contexts. Pharmacological chemicals may be used to determine the utility and potency of potential medicines, or to classify the toxicity of these compounds, or evaluate human exposure to a particular compound. Similar chemicals may be synthesized (artificially made) to produce hallucinogenic or narcotic effects but have slightly different structures than their natural counterparts to avoid drug or intellectual property laws. In this context the compounds may be referred to as ‘designer drugs’. Chemicals used to discover and devise medicinal therapies are used for ‘drug discovery’ or ‘drug design’. Proper labeling is critical for exemption from certain regulations. Because of the sheer number of chemicals that could be classified as research chemicals, there is a large spectrum of properties that this group encompasses. There is a wide range of affinities, potencies, effects in humans, dosages, risks, adverse effects, etc. Therefore, this article cannot provide a comprehensive physiological or toxicological profile, nor can it provide a complete listing of reported effects or modes of application.

Below are two examples of research chemicals.

Phenylethylamines and tryptamines are both families of psychoactive chemicals that are sold as ‘research chemicals’ and are used both legally and illegally. A large body of literature has developed from the research conducted on these chemicals. Phenylethylamines and tryptamines both have phenyl and amine groups. While a carbene connects the amine and phenyl groups in phenylethylamine, the tryptamine structure has an indole ring structure and is much more similar to the amino acid tryptophan. The formal IUPAC name for phenylethylamine is 2-phenylethan-1-amine and it has a molar mass of 121.18 g/mol. Its empirical molecular formula is C8H11N. It is colorless, and at room temperature it is a liquid soluble in water, ethanol and ether. The formal IUPAC name for tryptamine is 2-(1H-Indol-3-yl) ethanamine and it has a molecular mass of 160.22 g/mol. Its empirical molecular formula is C10H12N2. At room temperature it is a crystalline powder, white to orange, and is negligibly water-soluble. Many companies use ‘Research Chemicals’ in their name to indicate that they sell high quality chemicals for a variety of research purposes.

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