Formulation: A crystalline solid
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Methylenedioxy Pyrovalerone (MDPV) (Item No. 10624) is a cathinone commonly found in products sold as bath salts or plant food.1,2 It is regulated as a Schedule 1 compound in the United States.3 3,4-
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1. Brandt, S.D., Freeman, S., Sumnall, H.R., et al. Analysis of NRG 'legal highs' in the UK: Identification and formation of novel cathinones Drug Test.Anal. 3(9), 569-575 (2011).
2. Prosser, J.M., and Nelson, L.S. The toxicology of bath salts: A review of synthetic cathinones J.Med.Toxicol. 8(1), 33-42 (2012).
Drug Enforcement Admin.Office of Diversion, C. Methylenedioxypyrovalerone [(MDPV) 1-