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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION OF CHLOROPHENYLPIPERAZINE IN SEIZED TABLETS.
Author: Lanaro, R
Costa, JL
Zanolli, LA
Cazenave, SOS
Abstract: CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION OF CHLOROPHENYLPIPERAZINE IN SEIZED TABLETS. Designer drug is a term used to describe psychoactive drugs of abuse which are usually synthesized by modifying the molecular structures of existing drugs of abuse. The term gained widespread popularity when MDMA (ecstasy) experienced a popularity boom in the mid 1980's. In Brazil. designer drugs seizures have increased in the last few years, and actually tablets with unknown psychoactive compounds began to be forwarded to the Forensic Laboratories. This work describes the analytical assays that were performed to identify the chlorophenylpiperazine, a psychoactive substance first time identified in seized tablets in Sao Paulo state.
Subject: chlorophenylpiperazine
mCPP
forensic toxicology
Country: Brasil
Editor: Soc Brasileira Quimica
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422010000300042
Date Issue: 2010
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