That looks like 4d. If the bottom oxygen was present and the top oxygen was removed on the methylenedioxy ring, it would be 3d.LOL, all of a sudden the vendor magically changed the name from benzo fury to 6-APDB.
hmmm, i wonder what compelled him.
this is the image the vendor uses btw, not sure what the chemical its showing is.
what exactly is the confusion.
if it is 4d-mda or 3d-mda?
Also, this trip report looks like it could be for the unsaturated compound (6-APB), going from the thread title. The unsaturated compound has the same number of hydrogen atoms as MDA, whereas 6-APDB has two more.
Are we expecting a purple/black reaction with the marquis reagent? I still have some EZ test kit left.
6-APDB is caught under this legislation due to the words "alkoxy...or... other univalent substituents" because the 3,4-dihydrofuran substituent is another name for 3,4 - ethyloxy which is an alkoxy.
probably. a planar, aromatic ring has quite different properties to a non-planar and non-aromatic one.
If 200 mgs is gonna prove lethal it would be better to know that before it's widely released. You know within a week of it hitting market there will be dozens if not hundreds of people who take at least that much.
Are you going to be sticking by testing just 50mg followed by a a higher dose a few days later or just going straight for the 100mg again?