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By far the most influential research chemical to be launched in 2010, Etizolam, Etilaam, Depas or Pasaden has sold in the millions across Europe as it fills the empty gap in benzodiazepine analogue research. Research has shown that it may be more appropriately named as a theinodiazepine as it has a thiopene instead of the classical benzene. Although there are differences, this analogue has shown to act with the same effects as Diazepine (Valium). In the UK there is currently no licence for anything other than in vitro (outside living organism) studies, however, foreign studies have shown Etizolam to act as a full agonist and offer anticonvulsant, sedative, amnesic, hypnotic and anxiolytic properties, with a shorter half-life to other benzodiazepines.

Chemical Data

Full Chemical Name: Etizolam
Systematic IUPAC Name: 7-(2-chlorophenyl)- 4-ethyl- 13-methyl- 3-thia- 1,8,11,12- tetraazatricyclo [,6}] trideca- 2(6),4,7,10,12- pentaene
CAS Number: 40054-69-1
ChemSpider Number: 3191
Molecular Formula: C17H15CIN4S
Molecular Mass: 342.07 g/mol