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Shulgin, A.. 
“Profiles of Psychedelic Drugs: TMA-2”. 
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 1976 Apr-Jun;8(2):169.
Abstract
Description and Properties:TMA-2,2,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine B-aminodihydroasarone, 1-(2,4,5-trimethoxypheny)-2-aminopropane is a colorless, viscous oil with a weak ammoniacal smell. It forms a white hydrochloride salt with a melting point of188.5-189.5 and an acetamide with m.p. 132-133. The free base is slighty soluble in water and ether, and easily soluble in methanol and chloroform; the hydrochlorideis insoluble in ether and acetone, but dissolves readily in water and alcohol.
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