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Title: Camfetamine  
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Subject: Caffeine, Fencamfamine, TC-2216, Isoethcathinone, ABT-202
Collection: Designer Drugs, Stimulants
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Formula C14H19N 
Mol. mass 201.307 g/mol

Camfetamine (N-methyl-3-phenyl-norbornan-2-amine) is a stimulant drug closely related to the appetite suppressant fencamfamine, being its N-methyl homologue.[1] It has been sold as a designer drug following the banning of mephedrone and related substituted cathinone derivatives in many countries,[2] and reportedly has slightly stronger stimulant effects than fencamfamine, but with correspondingly more severe side effects[ref].

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  1. ^ DE patent 1110159, Thesing, J.; Seitz, G.; Hotovy, R.; Sommer, S., "Verfahren zur Herstellung analeptisch wirksamer N-substituierter Aminonorcamphanderivate bzw. von deren Säureadditionssalzen und quaternären Ammoniumverbindungen", issued 1961-07-06, assigned to E. Merck AG 
  2. ^ Kavanagh, P.; Angelov, D.; O'Brien, J.; Power, J. D.; McDermott, S. N. D.; Talbot, B.; Fox, J.; O'Donnell, C.; Christie, R. (2012). "The synthesis and characterization N-methyl-3-phenyl-norbornan-2-amine (Camfetamine™)". Drug Testing and Analysis 5 (4): 247–253.  

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