DOC is a substituted alpha-methylated phenethylamine, a class of compounds commonly known as amphetamines. The phenethylamine equivalent (lacking the alpha-methyl group) is 2C-C. DOC has a stereocenter and (R)-(−)-DOC is the more active stereoisomer.
Other name: 2,5-dimethoxy-4-chloroamphetamineDOC
IUPAC name: 1-(4-chloro-2,5-dimethoxy-phenyl)propan-2-amine
CAS number: 123431-31-2
Purity: 98,9% min
Appearance: white powder
Unlike simple amphetamines, DOC is considered a chemical that influences cognitive and perception processes of the brain. The strongest supposed effects include open and closed eye visuals, increased awareness of sound and movement, and euphoria. In the autobiography PiHKAL, Alexander Shulgin included a of DOC as “an archetypal psychedelic” (#64); its presumed full-range visual, audio, physical, and mental effects show exhilarating clarity, and some overwhelming, humbling, and “composting”/interweaving effects.