are a broad range of compounds that share a common phenylethan-2-amine structure. Some are naturally occurring neurotransmitters (Dopamine, Epinephrine) while some are psychoactive stimulants (Amphetamine), entactogens (MDMA), or hallucinogens (2C-E).
[top]Introduction to Phenethylamines
e (1-amino-2-phenylethane) prime molecule is a monoamine compound consisting if a phenyl ring and an amino group joined by an ethyl side chain. It is the substitutions made to this Phenethylamine molecule that result in the new molecules that propagate the category collectively known as The Phenethylamines, sometime referred to as Substituted Phenethylamines.
This category can be further broken down into subcategories: Catecholamines, Natural Phenethylamine Alkaloids and Psychedelic Phenethylamines.
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[top]Different Uses for Phenethylamines
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[top]Forms of Phenethylamines
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[top]History of Phenethylamines
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