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Molar mass 346.38 g·mol−1
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25N-NBOMe (2C-N-NBOMe, NBOMe-2C-N) is a derivative of the hallucinogen 2C-N. The pharmacological properties of 25N-NBOMe have not been described in the scientific literature, but it is believed to act in a similar manner to related compounds such as 25I-NBOMe and 25C-NBOMe, which are potent agonists at the 5HT2A receptor.[1][2] 25N-NBOMe has been sold as a street drug and has only been described in the literature in terms of identification by forensic analysis.[3][4]


Sweden's public health agency suggested to classify 25N-NBOMe as hazardous substance on November 10, 2014.[5] 25N-NBOMe is also illegal in Alabama,[6] and Hungary.[7]

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  2. ^ Hansen, M. Design and Synthesis of Selective Serotonin Receptor Agonists for Positron Emission Tomography Imaging of the Brain. PhD Thesis, University of Copenhagen, 2011.
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  6. ^ Alabama Senate Bill SB 333: Controlled Substances
  7. ^ A kiegészítése a BSZKI "designer jogi listáján" nem szereplő, de az UP jegyzék 1.-4. szerkezeti leírásainak megfelelő, illetve az 5. felsorolásában szereplő néhány anyagról

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