- Sep 2, 2013
Probably the last substance to be released in the UK before the ban on 26. May
Hope it's a good one!
The law bans these compounds if they have an alkyl group on the phenyl ring.
If an alkyl group is "An alkyl group is a piece of a molecule with the general formula C2n+1H2n+1" then they are in the clear with this one legally because that TFM group doesn't have any hydrogen in it!
Yes, of cause. Size of the TFM group, is probably going be closer to chlorine in size, just more electronegative. (Carbon and flourine both in the first period, chlorine in the second) This might turn out good actually.TFM is a group used in drugs as a bioisostere to mimic e.g. chloride or methyl. But I'd forget the latter cause of the polarity difference. I imagine that's kinda what's wrong with a methoxy for placement on the 2-pos of ket.
I wonder why they didn't just go with 2-fluoroketamine. A lot of people like that one, and it seems to be almost as potent as ket. Maybe 3 flourines are getting closer to chlorine in size, and in that way this might be more potent and subjectively feel more like real K.
WAIT. Of cause TFM is way bigger than chlorine. This isn't going to be like ketamine at all. I really have a hard time seeing what they were thinking about, when they thought this one up.
You could call it 2-TFM-2'-Oxo-PCM if that makes you happier.
"Unique" doesn't mean what you think it does. Every substance is unique.
Given Ketamines low potency and bladder toxicity, it's probably not the safest choice most of the time, at least if use it a lot. Also not exacty legal
2-TFMDCK is the official one and there's no doubt about that, since that's what the vendor chose