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    The vaporization enthalpy, and vapor pressure as a function of temperature of N-ethylamphetamine, a substance used in the 1950s as an appetite suppressant and more currently abused as a designer drug, is reported. Its physical properties are compared to those of S (+)-N-methamphetamine, a substance whose physiological properties it mimics. A vaporization enthalpy of (62.4 ± 4.4) kJ·mol-1 and vapor pressure of (19 ± 11) Pa at T = 298.15 K has been evaluated by correlation gas chromatography. Results are compared to estimated values and to the limited amount of experimental property data available.


    James S Chickos. The Vaporization Enthalpy and Vapor Pressure of (±) N-Ethyl Amphetamine by Correlation Gas Chromatography. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2021 Jun 22;26(13)

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    PMID: 34206603

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