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The general structure for a 2C-T-x compound

2C-T-x is a subset of the 2C-x series. Alexander Shulgin has discovered over 25 2C-T-x compounds and more are currently being made by individual scientists such as Daniel Trachsel[1].[2]

The 2C-T-x series contains a very broad spectrum of compounds from barely active to fully psychedelic phenethylamines. It is theorized that all of the members are MAOIs, as it is seen within the ALEPH series[citation needed]. Many have not been synthesized yet.

Among the members, the most popular ones are 2C-T-2 and 2C-T-7, which are part of the so-called "magical half-dozen" which refers to Shulgin's self-rated most important phenethylamine compounds, all of which -- with the exception of mescaline -- he designed, synthesized and tested on himself. They can be found within the first book of PiHKAL, and are as follows: Mescaline, DOM, 2C-B, 2C-E, 2C-T-2 and 2C-T-7.[3]

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List of 2C-T-x compunds

Compound R5 Structure
2C-T CH3  
2C-T-2 CH2CH3  
2C-T-3 (2C-T-20) CH2C(CH2)CH3  
2C-T-4 CH(CH3)2  
2C-T-5 C6H11  
2C-T-6 C6H5  
2C-T-7 CH2CH2CH3  
2C-T-8 CH2C3H5  
2C-T-9 C(CH3)3  
2C-T-10 C5H4N  
2C-T-11 C6H4Br  
2C-T-12 NC4H8O  
2C-T-13 CH2CH2OCH3  
2C-T-14 CH2CH2SCH3  
2C-T-15 C3H5  
2C-T-16 CH2CH=CH2  
2C-T-17 CH(CH3)CH2CH3  
2C-T-18 C4H7  
Compound R5 Structure
2C-T-19 CH2CH2CH2CH3  
2C-T-21 CH2CH2F  
2C-T-21.5 CH2CHF2  
2C-T-22 CH2CF3  
2C-T-23 C5H9  
2C-T-24 N(CH2CH3)2  
2C-T-25 CH2CH(CH3)2  
2C-T-26 CH(CH2F)2  
2C-T-27 CH2C6H5  
2C-T-28 CH2CH2CH2F  
2C-T-29 CH2C≡CH  
2C-T-30 CH2CH2CH2CH2F  
2C-T-31 CF3  
2C-T-32 CH2C6F5  
2C-T-33 CH2C6H4OCH3  
2C-T-34 CH2F  
2C-T-35 CHF2  
2C-T-36 CF3  

Toxicity and harm potential

The 2C-x chemicals, as with many other serotonergic psychedelics, should not be taken in combination with SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake Inhibitor) or tricyclic antidepressants in general to avoid serotonin syndrome, a potentially life-threatening condition in which an abundance of serotonin is built up the body, causing many physical and cognitive health problems.

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