What is Aniracetam?
Aniracetam is a nootropic compound in the Racetam class of compounds, which share a pyrrolidone structure. The parent or prototype compound of this class is called Piracetam, and was first created in 1964. Aniracetam was discovered in the 1970s by Hoffmann-La Roche. Aniracetam is actually the parent compound from which the ampakine class is derived. It has a molar mass of 219.237 g/mol and a molecular formula of C12H13NO3.
Aniracetam vs. Piracetam
Aniracetam differs from piracetam by the addition of p-Anisyl group. Aniraceam is more lipid soluble than piracetam, and has a LogP of 1.11. Aniracetam's solubility in water is 2.47mg/ml at 25 Celsius. The melting point of Aniracetam is 121-122 Celsius. Aniracetam is broken down into three major metabolites: N-anisoyl-GABA, P-Anisic Acid, and 2-pyrrolidinone, the bulk of which becomes N-anisoyl-GABA, also called 4,p-Anisaminobutyric acid.
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