Cinnamylidene-Bislysergamide

THIS ARTICLE IS PURELY THEORETICAL.

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Cinnamylidene-Bislysergamide (CDLSA) is a theroetical adduct of lysergamine (LSA) and cinnamaldehyde. It's composed of 2 molecules of lysergamine and 1 molecule of cinnamaldehyde.

It's theorized that this adduct forms a 2:1 ratio based on similar cinnamaldehyde adducts such as cinnamylidene-bisacetamide and cinnamylidene-bisphenylacetamide, which are proven to form without the need for a catalyst.

Adduct Reactants End Product
LSA Cinnamaldehyde Cinnamylidene-Bislysergamide
LSA.png Cinnamaldehyde.gif Cinnamylidene-Bislysergamide.png

Chemical Properties

Synonyms: CDLSA; Cinnamylidene-dilysergamide; Cinnamylidene-diergine
Molecular Weight: 648.87 [g/mol]
Formula: C41H40N6O2
XLogP3: 4.32 [1]
Canonical SMILES: C1=CC=C(C=C1)\C=C\C(NC([C@H]2CN(C)[C@H]5C(=C2)C4=C3C(=C[N]C3=CC=C4)C5)=O)NC([C@H]6CN(C)[C@H]9C(=C6)C8=C7C(=C[N]C7=CC=C8)C9)=O


See Also

Bibliography
1. XLogP3 values calculated using the Virtual Computational Chemistry Laboratory's
On-line Lipophilicity(logP), Water Solubility(LogS) & pKa Prediction calculator.
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