Let's face it, sometimes we want research to be mentally stimulating without having to physically rush around the lab taking notes and cleaning up after ourseslves. Take for exampl...More
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Let's face it, sometimes we want research to be mentally stimulating without having to physically rush around the lab taking notes and cleaning up after ourseslves. Take for example research studies that analyze focus, attention and mental capacity. The physical effects of stimulants such as Adderall, EPH or Ritalin can hinder the ability to perform sustainable mental work. And this affects our lab results. So if you've run into these problems in your work then consider running a test with Isopropylphenidate (IPH). IPH is a chemical member of the piperidine family and is actually a structural analog of methylphenidate aka Ritalin. But, the kicker here is that IPH lacks the methyl group at position Rα.
Experiments with IPH are recommended to be conducted in a controlled laboratory environment and should not exceed 3 hours in duration. After this time you may notice a reduced effect which could skew results if not accounted for. Re-administration of analytical measurements is possible to counter-balance the effect but the timing would have to be controlled to maintain scientific validity of your findings.
A viable alternative substitute to this chemical is Ethylphenidate
Always store in a cool, dry place for maximum shelf-life. This product is intended for forensic and research applications only. It is therefore NOT intended for human consumption or in-vivo testing of any kind on animals or any living organism.