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B-045 / B-045-1ML updated item number format

Butylone HCl

1.0 mg/mL (as free base) in Methanol |

Certified Reference Material

Butylone, also known as bk-MBDB or B1, is a designer drug and stimulant with cases of abuse reported in the US and Europe. This certified solution standard is suitable for numerous GC/MS and LC/MS applications including clinical toxicology testing, forensic analysis, urine drug testing or calibrator preparation.
   
Concentration: 1.0 mg/mL (as free base)
Solvent: Methanol
Unit Size: 1 mL/ampoule
CAS Number:

17762-90-2

Chemical Formula:

C12H15NO3·HCl

Molecular Weight:

257.71

Certificate of Analysis:
US List Price:
$187.00 EA
Qty:


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   $147.00      
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   $99.90      
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   $108.00      
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Regulatory Control
▶  USDEA exempt chemical preparation - no USDEA registration or paperwork required
▶  Canada Test Kit Registration # 61-628 - no Health Canada import authorization required
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Recommended Storage Condition
Freeze

UN Number, Class, PG
1230, 3, II

Safety Data Sheet

HS Code
3822.00.6000

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