This chemical is a tryptamine that is related to the well-known neurotransmitter serotonin. AMT was synthesized by substituting methyl and the alpha carbon. The molecular formula for this chemical is C5H10N2S. Its other common name is 5,6-dihydro-6-methyl-4H-1,3-thiazin-2-amine.
Early research on this chemical indicates that it is a fairly good agent that’s useful for balancing the release of nor-epinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. This product comes in freebase form, which means it has at least 20 percent more AMT molecules than AMT products that are sold with hydrochloride.
Researchers should make sure that when handling AMT, they do so in extremely small quantities because it is active in amounts as low as 10 milligrams. It is recommended that laboratories which experiment with AMT be equipped with an analytical balance that can measure 10 milligrams to a high accuracy rate of plus or minus .05 milligrams. An accuracy rate of plus or minus .01 milligrams is actually preferable because of how unstable this chemical can be in such low quantities. Researchers should also wear all of the appropriate safety gear when handling this chemical.
When placed in storage, this chemical should be stored at -20 degrees Celsius, where it can remain stable for up to one year.
- Quality Material Review by DZu
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I was pleasantly surprised by this chemical. Very pure and definitely has a place in my future research. (Posted on 04/06/2012)