Hydrafinil (9-Fluorenol) (1689-64-1) video
Hydrafinil (9-Fluorenol) (1689-64-1) Description
Hydrafinil (9-Fluorenol) (1689-64-1) is an alcohol derivative of fluorene. In the most significant isomer, fluoren-9-ol or 9-hydroxyfluorene, the hydroxy group is located on the bridging carbon between the two benzene rings. Hydroxyfluorene can be converted to fluorenone by oxidation. It is a white-cream colored solid at room temperature.
At same time, Hydrafinil (or 9-Fluorenol) is a wakefulness-promoting agent, countering sleepiness and inattention. It’s an analogue and pro-drug of modafinil (also known as Provigil) – a compound used by Airforce pilots on long missions to stay awake and alert. Hydrafinil (aka 9-Fluorenol) is also a novel eugeroic nootropic that is very similar in action to Modafinil. It was originally developed as a research compound to promote wakefulness and alertness. Due to its reported efficacy as a eugeroic agent, it is becoming popular among advanced nootropics users. Interestingly, users report less stimulating effects than Modafinil, but a greater ability to promote vigilance. Other reported benefits include attentional enhancement, increased motivation, subtle mood boost, improved cognitive function and ability to learn.
Hydrafinil (9-Fluorenol) (1689-64-1) Specifications
9-Fluorenol; Fluoren-9-ol; 9-Fluorenyl Alcohol; 9-Hydroxy-9H-fluorene; 9-Hydroxyfluorene;
|Brand Name||No data for available|
|Drug Class||Aromatics, Environmental, SMART Drugs|
|Molecular Weight||182.222 g/mol|
|Monoisotopic Mass||182.22 g/mol|
|Boiling point||275.62°C (rough estimate)|
|Biological Half-Life||No data for available|
|Color||White to Off-White Solid|
|Solubility||Chloroform (Slightly), Methanol (Slightly)|
|Hydrafinil（9-Fluorenol）Application||Used in medicine, health products, food, beverage, cosmetics, biological and chemical reagents and other industries.|