DCK (deschloroketamine) is a dissociative substance of the arylcyclohexylamine class. Arylcyclohexylamines are comprised of an amine moiety bound to an aromatic ring attached to a cyclohexane ring. DCK retains a phenyl ring bonded to a cyclohexane ring but with an oxo group (cyclohexanone) in its place. An amino methyl chain then binds to the adjacent alpha carbon of the oxo group ring. This creates the DCK molecule.
DCK is a chiral molecule. It’s categorized as a racemic mixture, meaning it’s composed of equal parts of the opposite enantiomers. DCK, gets its name from its lack of a functional group. Ketamine has a chlorine substitution on the phenyl ring, whereas DCK does not. In the name “Descholoroketamine,” deschloro means “without chloro.” DCK essentially means “ketamine without the chlorine ring.” This makes the two compounds differ in a structural sense.
The HCL stands for hydrochloride. DCK HCL is more caustic than DCK, meaning it has a lower PH. HCL forms when hydrogen chloride is dissolved in water. It is a simple diatomic molecule. A polar covalent bond connects the hydrogen and chlorine atom as the chlorine atom is more electronegative when compared with the hydrogen atom. Converting amines into hydrochlorides is a common way to improve water solubility. This makes HCL ideal for regulating PH, among other uses.
Chemical Name: 2-Phenyl-2-(methylamino)cyclohexanone
Chemical Class: Dissociative.
Size: 10ml bottle. Approximately 100 pumps per bottle.
Strength: Each pump contains 10mcg of DCK HCL.
Ingredients: Water, DCK HCL (1g), preservative (sodium chloride).
Storing Instructions: The best way to store this product and extend its shelf life is by keeping it in a freezer. However, storing your bottle in a cool and dark place away from direct sunlight is okay as well.
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