Vibrational analysis of hallucinogenic amphetamines
Vibrational spectroscopy represents a very useful technique that measures the interaction of infrared radiation with materials by absorption, emission, or reflection. It is a very powerful way to investigate and identify chemical compounds or functional groups that exist in solid, liquid, or gaseous forms. It can also be used to characterize and identify chemical compounds. This paper presents the vibrational analysis of some representative 2C-x and DOx hallucinogenic amphetamines.