- CAS: 1354631-77-8
- Formula: C12H15NO
- Molecular weight: 225.70
- Compound purity: > 99.7%
- Related substance: Total Impurities(%) ≤ 0.3%
- Appearance: White powder
5-mapb also referred to as 1-(benzofuran-5-yl)-N-methylpropan-2-amine is an entactogen drug that is found in the phenethylamine and amphetamine classes. It is known to be related to 5-APB and MDMA structurally. It is also a new compound from the benzofuran family
The molecular formula is C12H15NO with the nominal mass at 189.25. 5-apdb is a white powder with 99.3% to 99.6% purity. 5-MAPB is used in research. However, since the compound is a new more research is needed to determine the advantages as well as disadvantages of the chemical. Studies of the chemical are associated with other studies that have performed on 5-APB as well as other chemicals in the benzofuran family but the data has not been released at this time.
5-mapb at this time it is only intended for scientific research and is NOT for human consumption. At this time, no substantial data is available on 5-mapb even though research is ongoing.