DCK or Deschloroketamine, is a dissociative research chemical in the arylcyclohexylamine class. It’s very close to ketamine with its structure and it’s closer to ketamine and MXE than to PCP-like dissociatives, with its effects.
The drug is more potent than ketamine and lasts longer.
Deschloroketamine = AC1L935Y; DCK; 2′-Oxo-PCM; O-PCM; 2-Phenyl-2-(methylamino)cyclohexanone
Molecular formula: C13H17NO
Molecular weight: 203.285 g/mol
Compared to other dissociatives, DCK generally sits between ketamine and PCP, but is also, quite often reported to be closer to ketamine and MXE types of dissociatives. It lasts much longer than ketamine, which some research subjects say is a negative quality.
Research subjects appear to demonstrate relatively tame mental effects, but also reporta lower risk of mania, compaired to other dissociatives.
Research subjects appear to either like the effects, or find them nominal. Subjets demonstrating nominal effects, don't demonstrate any reactions beyond basic dissociation and sedation.