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Appendix 5 lists the precursors and other essential reagents that are set out in UK legislation. Category 1 chemicals are those regarded as true precursors, that is to say they form the core structure of the product drug. Category 2 chemicals are considered to be secondary precursors; they are either convertible into Category 1 precursors or are used as essential reagents. The materials in Category 3 are mostly acids and solvents, used as adjuncts in drug processing. In general terms, the Control of Chemical Substances 11 legitimate industrial uses and consumption of these 23 chemicals are least for Category 1 and greatest for Category 3.
A-methylphenethylamine) derivatives. Similarly, N,a-dimethyl-substituted phenethylamines are often named as methylamphetamine derivatives. Phenylalkylamine is a more general term for substances where a phenyl group is attached to a carbon atom in an alkylamino group, where the alkyl moiety contains any number of carbon atoms. The Misuse of Drugs Act uses the terms amphetamine and methylamphetamine. In many countries, methylamphetamine is known as methamphetamine. In UN1971, the terms amfetamine and metamfetamine are used.
The ﬁrst attempts to introduce structure-speciﬁc generic control into UK drugs law were made with the DPMA of 1964. This contained a statement intended to cover a range of synthetic stimulants. e. amphetamine] or b-methylphenethylamine by substitution in the side chain, or by ring closure therein, or by both such substitution and such closure, except . . ’’ [named substances]. While this did indeed encompass compounds such as phentermine and methylphenidate, it soon became clear that a reﬁned interpretation of the generic statement unwittingly included dozens of drugs that were not stimulants2.