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Re: whats the diff. between adderall and dexedrine Shawn. T.

Posted by chemist on July 23, 2004, at 19:48:14

In reply to Re: whats the diff. between adderall and dexedrine chemist, posted by Shawn. T. on July 23, 2004, at 19:37:44

> I was just noting that an enantiomer is an example of an optical isomer; I wasn't trying to define it. Of course, an optical isomer could also be a diastereoisomer.
>
> Shawn

yes, i know, i actually work with protonation-induced diastereomerism of certain alkaloids.....thanks for the dialog.....in colclusion, i think the most useful piece of information to emerge from this thread is that the ratio of the higher affinity d-amphetamine to the lower affinity l-amphetamine in adderall was initially reported to be 1:3 when in fact it is 3:1......all the best, chemist


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