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2C's

2C (2C-x) is a general name for the family of psychedelic phenethylamines containing methoxy groups on the 2 and 5 positions of a benzene ring. Most of these compounds also carry lipophilic substituents at the 4 position, usually resulting in more potent and more metabolically stable and longer acting compounds. Most of the currently known 2C compounds were first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin in the 1970s and 1980s, and published in his book, PiHKAL (Phenethylamines i Have Known And Loved). Dr. Shulgin also invented the term 2C, being an acronym for the 2 carbon atoms between the benzene ring and the amino group.[1]



Nomenclature R3 R4 2D Structure 3D Structure
2C-B H Br
2C-C H Cl
2C-D H CH3
2C-E H CH2CH3
2C-F H F
2C-G CH3 CH3
2C-G-3 (CH2)3
2C-G-4 (CH2)4
2C-G-N (CH)4
2C-H H H
2C-I H I
2C-N H NO2
2C-O H OCH3
2C-O-4 H OCH(CH3)2
2C-P H CH2CH2CH3
2C-SE H SeCH3
2C-T H SCH3
2C-T-2 H SCH2CH3
2C-T-4 H SCH(CH3)2
2C-T-7 H S(CH2)2CH3
2C-T-8 H SCH2CH(CH2)2
2C-T-9 H SC(CH3)3
2C-T-13 H S(CH2)2OCH3
2C-T-15 H SCH(CH2)2
2C-T-17 H SCH(CH3)CH2CH3
2C-T-21 H S(CH2)2F
2C-TFM H CF3

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External links

  • Book II of PiHKAL.

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