Although this chemical was developed in the 1960s, it has just recently come to the forefront of scientific research, so it provides unique opportunities for researchers to study it. Because it is so new, producers of this chemical recommend that only very experienced researchers run experiments on it. They also say that those who do test this chemical do so in very small amounts.
Etaqualone is an analog of methaqualone, and it belongs to the quinazolinones class. The chemical’s IUPAC is 3-(2-ethylphenyl)-2-methyl-quinazoline-4-one, and its molecular formula is C17H16N2O. Other names for the chemical include Ethinazone, Athinazone, and Aolan. Researchers do not yet know the chemical’s precise properties, but early experiments indicate that it has hypnotic and sedative effects. In some cases it has even been used to treat insomnia. The chemical has also been shown to depress the central nervous system.
Researchers who decide to work with etaqualone should do so very carefully because accidentally inhaling it can be fatal. The chemical has been shown to cause arrest of the respiratory system. Those who decide to run experiments on this chemical should make sure that their work area has adequate ventilation and wear masks to protect their respiratory system.
Etaqualone Product Analysis
- So So ... Review by SedativeSam
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Interesting chemical, but I'll stick with Etizolam (Posted on 21/05/2012)