4F-MPH is a new research chemical in the stimulant family with an IUPAC name methyl 2-(4-fluorophenyl)-2-(piperidin-2-yl)acetate. The chemical formula for 4F-MPH is C14H18FNO2 and it has a molecular weight of 251.30. The CAS number is 1354631-336. The chemical is so new on the market we must look research performed on its analog with is 4-MPH.
Research on 4-MPH was performed by US Environmental Protection Agency’s EPISuite, ACD/Labs’, and ChemAxon. The US Environmental Protection Agency’s EPISuite reported that analog has a 281.69 boiling point, 67.79 melting point, and 0.00203 vapor pressure estimations. The report also revealed that the chemical is water soluble at 25 deg C (mg/L): 3.073e+004. The removal in wastewater treatment was
1.97 percent for complete removal, complete biodegradation is 0.09 percent, total sludge adsorption is 1.88 percent, and to air 0.00.
ACD/Labs published information regarding their study, which revealed 2 hydrogen bond acceptors, 1 hydrogen bond donors, 1 freely rotating bonds, 1.503 index of refraction with a 34.4±3.0 dyne/cm surface tension, 1112.7±12.6 °C a flash point and a 285.2±25.0 °C boiling point at 760 mmHg.
ChemAxon published a topology report showing a 28 atom count, 29 bond count, 2 cyclomatic number, 1 chain atom count, 2 chain bond count, 2 asymmetric atom count, and 1 rotatable bond count.
Other research published regarding 4-MPH analog revealed a 13 heavy atom count, 21.3 A2 topological polar surface area, 1 covalently bonded unit count, and 2 undefined atom stereocenter count.
4F-MPH and 4-MPH are only intended for research purposes in a controlled laboratory for forensic or scientific study and are NOT intended for human or animal consumption.