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What are research chemicals? This can be a question that is really disturbing you. Actually research chemicals are substances that are chemically in nature that are used mostly by scientists for carrying out various researches in the laboratories. The chemical are used for laboratory uses only. You may be wondering why carry out research using the chemicals. There is great need for this. Remember through carrying out the research the scientists are able to come up with different medicines to cure different diseases in human beings.

The research chemicals can be used in different researches such as pharmacological research. In the pharmacological research the chemicals are very important in testing different diseases in animals and drug testing in human beings. In cases of intoxication the chemicals are also very important in carrying out the tests. They are also used in research organizations that are very reliable in carrying out different tests in human beings such as forensic toxicology. The chemicals are also used in the research of agrochemicals.

The term "research chemicals" refers to the substances that scientists use when carrying out research, whether in medicine or other areas of chemistry. Most research chemicals are only designed for use in lab research experiments and not for veterinary or human use. When manufacturers package research chemicals, they must indicate this on the labeling. Having this designation exempts these chemicals from government regulation.
Most new pharmacotherapies arise as a result of the use of research chemicals. Some of the more frequent types of use include animal testing and "in vivo" experiments to evaluate the toxicity and therapeutic value of particular chemicals. Research organizations run tests to figure out the safety of potential drugs, and toxicology reports indicate the potential results of exposing humans to those chemicals. In the field of agriculture, researchers create experimental chemicals to determine the best components of a variety of end-user products, ranging from pesticides to fertilizers.

Methylone is a chemical that emerged from the process of testing research chemicals, although it is most popular for sale as a designer drug. It is a chemical derivative of the known Bk-MDMA, with a structure that more closely resembles it. In general terms, it antagonizes receptors and inhibits the re-uptake of serotonin. Because it was intended for distribution in the gray market (legal but beyond the intentions of the manufacturer), it has a more overt drug design. Compound group in its structure was selected to boost the potency of the effects, making it work more powerfully than its fellow dissociative substances.

When you look at Methylone, it appears as a crystal powder in its purest form. The European Monitoring Center for Research Compounds first picked up on the drug in the fall of 2009. By the next summer, the group had found 58 websites marketing the compound as legal highs, meaning that its popularity had literally mushroomed. Later on compound was listed and sales were stopped.