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[*] posted on 5-4-2018 at 02:53
Tramadol HCL


Can somebody give me a simplified step-by-step guide on tramadol hcl synthesis?

I have found a few synthesises on the subject, but none of them are thourough enough, thanks.
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[*] posted on 5-4-2018 at 03:03


Quote: Originally posted by thomas33  
Can somebody give me a simplified step-by-step guide on tramadol hcl synthesis?

I have found a few synthesises on the subject, but none of them are thourough enough, thanks.


Such thorough research you've done there.

Spoon-feeding drug syntheses isn't what happens here.




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[*] posted on 5-4-2018 at 03:06


Sorry, but no, for the following reasons:

1. Tramadol is a restricted narcotic with severe abuse potential.
2. Drug synthesis spoon feeding is not tolerated here.
3. You have not demonstrated a knowledge of the chemistry nor an interest.
4. You have not shared your own attempt at a theoretical synthesis.
5. You have one post, so we have no idea on who you are or your intentions.

A mod will most likely move this to detritus within an hour. If you wish to post here again, please make sure that what you want to know is legal or entirely theoretical. Discussing the chemistry of tramadol is fine, but asking how to make it is a big no-no - same goes for anything else that would land you in jail/bring attention to law enforcement for synthesising and possessing.

If you can’t understand or extrapolate from the syntheses posted around the internet, then you shouldn’t be attempting to do it yourself. We call that cookery, when someone just wants to follow a ‘recipe’ without knowing what is actually happening except that ‘adding A to B gives me C’. I mean you are looking for a simple set of instructions but you also want it to be thorough? I don’t think you can really get both.

[Edited on 5-4-2018 by LearnedAmateur]




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