Substituted piperazines

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The structure of the piperazine molecule

Substituted piperazines refers to a class of chemicals that typically have stimulant effects. They can be divided into two classes, the benzylpiperazines such as BZP itself, and its methylenedioxy analogue MDBZP, and the phenylpiperazines mCPP, TFMPP, and MeOPP. Some deaths have rarely occurred when consuming BZP, it can increase chances of having seizures.



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Piperazine is a cyclohexane-based structure that contains two nitrogen atoms at R1 and R4 of the ring.

Recreational Piperazines




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Piperazines typically have stimulant effects.

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