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Cycloalkylamines are a class of chemical compounds that include stimulants and are structurally similar to phenylethylamines and amphetamines.



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Cycloalkylamines are molecules which contain a cycloalkyl group and an amine in their structure. Cycloalkyl groups are derived from cycloalkanes by removal of a hydrogen atom from a ring carbon atom. Amines are compounds and functional groups that contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone pair. The acyclic part of cycloalkylamines is equal to that of methamphetamine. The difference is that methamphetamine is an aromatic molecule with a phenyl ring whereas cycloalkylamines are aliphatic and contain no delocalized electrons.


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Psychoactive substances of the cycloalkylamine class typically produce effects through dopaminergic, serotonergic, and adrenergic pathways.


Adrenergic drugs:

  • Cyclopentamine[1]

Stimulant drugs:

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