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Q: If someone wished to measure a dose of 2C-T-7 volumetrically in solution what solvent would provide the most efficacious solution (homogeniety, toxicity)? Water? 200 proof ethanol?
DMSO?

A: Nobody has done solubility curves for 2C-T-7, so this can't really be answered. Distilled water and high proof liquor (even just 80 proof vodka) have been used by many people with good results. Which is 'best' can't be said for certain until some chemist takes the time to find solubility curves using different solvents and reports the results to the world. Until then, its really anyone's guess. Alcohol offers the advantage of preventing any possible bacterial contamination, if that helps you decide. Distilled water is cheaper and less toxic. DMSO should only be used for very specific circumstances and should not be used as a general purpose solvent.

Asked By : dingodawg
Answered By : murple
Published Date : 3 / 20 / 2001
Last Edited Date : 3 / 20 / 2001
Question ID : 2361

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