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Q: I have recently purchased a chemical which I cannot find specifically cited in PIHKAL or on your web site, here is how it is labeled:



2,5-Dimthoxy-4-ethlthio-pea HCL.



It seems fairly close to either HOT-2 or 2C-T2, but it is not "exactly" the same in his book. Can you tell me exactly what this is? I thought I was obtaining 2C-T2 but maybe it is not. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!


A: That looks like a standard variation in the chemical name of 2C-T-2 (with a couple of typos).



PiHKAL uses the notation:

4-Ethylthio-2,5-dimethoxy-PEA



a standard variation of this name would be:

2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethylthio-PEA.



The name you give:

2,5-Dimthoxy-4-ethlthio-pea



is very close to matching this, with the absence of an "e" and a "y". As you give it, the chemical name makes no sense...there is no such thing as a "dimthoxy". The only use we can find of the term "ethlthio" is a single google result where it is used as a shortened form of "ETHYLENE THIOUREA", an air pollutant. :)



Combined with the fact that you thought you were obtaining 2C-T-2...it seems reasonably likely that these are both simply typos in the correct chemical name for 2C-T-2. To be sure, you could contact the individual or vendor you ordered from and ask for verification.




Asked By : Bob L.
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 9 / 4 / 2004
Last Edited Date : 9 / 4 / 2004
Question ID : 3077

Categories: [ Chemical ID ] [ 2C-T-2 ]



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