5F-PCN is a synthetic cannabinoid with a formal name of 1-(5-Fluoro-pentyl)-1H-pyrrolo[3,2-c]pyridine-3-carboxylic acid, chemical formula of 325373-36-9 and a molecular mass of 250.11.
Research on compound was published by ACD/Labs’ and ChemAxon. In the reports by ACD/Labs the chemical has 4 hydrogen acceptors, 1 hydrogen donor, 6 freely rotating bonds, an index of refraction of 1.684, with a surface tension of 51.3±7.0 dyne/cm, a flash point of 297.5±22.6 °C and a boiling point of 568.3±23.0 °C at 760 mmHg.
ChemAxon published a topology analysis, which revealed an atom count of 58, bond count of 62, cyclomatic number of 5, chain atom count of 8, chain bond count of 9, asymmetric atom count of 0, and rotatable bond count of 6. Under geometry, the report revealed a dreiding energy equal to 79.11 kcal/mol with a volume equal to 357.66 Å3, a minimal projection area equal to 59.93 Å2 and maximum projection area equal to 109.98 Å2.
Other research showed Adinazolam to have a topological polar surface area of 46.9 A^2, a heavy atom count of 26, Isotope Atom Count of 0, Defined Atom Stereocenter Count of 0, Undefined Atom Stereocenter Count of 0, Defined Bond Stereocenter Count of 0, Undefined Bond Stereocenter Count of 0, and a Covalently-Bonded Unit Count of 1.
5F-PCN is research chemicals and are intended for research purposes only in a controlled laboratory for scientific and forensic study and is NOT intended for human or animal consumption.