3-Me-PCPy for Sale – HCl
Product Name: 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride
Product Code: 3MEPPY
Other Name(s): 3-methylrolicyclidine
IUPAC: 1‐[1‐(3‐methylphenyl)cyclohexyl]pyrrolidine hydrochloride
Molar Mass: 279.85 g/mol
Appearance: Slightly Off-White Fine Powder
Welcome to RareChems, your trusted source for premium research chemicals. We are delighted to introduce 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride, a unique compound, for your scientific exploration.
3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride, also known as 3-methylrolicyclidine, offers intriguing research applications. Its IUPAC name is 1‐[1‐(3‐methylphenyl)cyclohexyl]pyrrolidine hydrochloride.
At RareChems, we prioritize the quality and purity of our products. Our 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride is meticulously synthesized to meet the highest standards. Each batch undergoes rigorous testing and analysis to ensure its integrity, with a purity level that exceeds 97%.
The slightly off-white fine powder form of 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride allows for precise measurement and accurate dosing during research experiments. Its fine texture ensures easy solubility in various solvents, enabling versatile applications in scientific studies.
When you choose to purchase 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride from RareChems, you benefit from our commitment to customer satisfaction and safety. We offer worldwide delivery, ensuring that researchers and scientists from around the globe can conveniently access our premium research chemicals.
Please note that 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride is strictly intended for research purposes and should not be consumed by humans. It is essential to familiarize yourself with the regulations and legal requirements regarding the acquisition and usage of research chemicals in your jurisdiction.
Unleash the potential of 3-Me-PCPy Hydrochloride in your scientific endeavors. Place your order today and experience the outstanding quality and service provided by RareChems.
Note: RareChems assumes no responsibility for the misuse of this product. Please handle it with caution and adhere to all safety protocols during research and experimentation.