What is 5F-ADB-33?
5F-ADB-33 Is a synthetic cannabinoid with an indazole base that belongs to the family of indazole-3-carboxamides. It was originally discovered in November 2014. It’s an organic heterocyclic sweet chemical. This bicyclic substance, which can interact with the endocannabinoid system, is made by combining benzene and the synthetic patch pyrazole.
The IUPAC name for 5F-ADB-33 is Methyl 2-( 1-( 5- fluoropentyl)- 1H- indazole-3-carboxamido). It’s also known as 5F-MDMB-PINACA. The 1- and 3- positions of the indazole ring system are substituted in the structure, which is grounded on an indazole core structure.
A direct five- carbon chain that ends with a fluorine( F) atom replaces the 5F-ADB in the 1-position. 5F-ADB-33 is a 1- methoxy for the 3- position of an amide linker, which is also further substituted with an oxobutan-2-yl group at its nitrogen atom( N).
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