Nitemazepam is classified in the family of benzodiazepines and is an analog of Etizolam. The IUPAC name for Nitemazepam is 3-hydroxy-1-methyl-7-nitro-5-phenyl-2,3-dihydro-1H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one, with a chemical formula of C16H13N3O4, and a molecular mass of 311.2921. Since Nitemazepam is a newly developed research chemical, we must look a research compiled on its analog Etizolam.
Research on Etizolam was performed by US Environmental Protection Agency’s EPISuite, ACD/Labs’, and ChemAxon. The published report by ACD/Labs revealed a 545.3±60.0 °C boiling point of at 760 mmHg, 2 freely rotating bonds, 4 Hydrogen bond acceptors, 0 Hydrogen bond donor, 53.9±7.0 dyne/cm surface tension, 1.734 index of refraction, and a 283.6±32.9 °C flash point.
Research published by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s EPISuite showed a 470.74 boiling point, 198.93 melting point and a 2.19E-009 vapor pressure estimations. The report also showed 0.146 water solubility at 25 deg Celsius. The removal to wastewater treatment was 38.38% complete removal, 0.39% biodegradation, 37.99% sludge adsorption, and 0.00% to air.
ChemAxon published a topology analysis that showed Etizolam has a 38 atom count, 41 bond count, 4 cyclomatic number, 4 chain atom count, 5 chain bond count, 0 asymmetric atom count, and 2 rotatable bond count. The ring counts were 4, ring atom count was 19 with the largest ring size being 7 and the smallest being 5.
At this time, Nitemazepam along with Etizolam are considered research chemicals, which can only be analyzed in a scientific or forensic research environment and is NOT intended for human or animal consumption.
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