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1.[100.00%] A little 2C-I perhaps
No 383499: Barium (Hive Bee) If all this is 2C-I it is then a yield of 63,6%. But this contains 2C-H as well. My HPLC is out of order right now so I can't verify the ratios of 2C-I/2C-H. I guess bioassaying is the only honorable way to go at this point.
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