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Thread: Chemistry of Testosterone enanthate

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    Chemistry of Testosterone enanthate

    Hi there,

    I'm just curious of how the chemical structure of testosterone enanthate is? If someone could describe it in terms of hydrogen etc that would be great.

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    Just google testosterone enanthate and you will find all the info you need.

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    I'm not too good with chemistry. Looks like C26H40O3. Got this from wikipedia. I'm not sure of the bonding. Which are hydrogen and which are covalent bonds? I would assume covalent but am not sure how the structure operates. Why is the shape that it is? And how does this molecule fit into where in the human body for men?

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    Kidding?

    First it follows a standard "steroid skeleton" ring structure,
    4 rings where 3 are 6C rings, and one is a 5C ring.
    (None of the rings are aromatic, unless when T is converted to estradiol and the A ring becomes aromatic.

    While there are some double bonds in the testosterone molecule,
    it's mostly single bonds. Covalent bonds... fuck it.
    Google it.

    And the enanthate ester is attached at the C17 carbon (in a beta configuration)
    It has to be removed for the testosterone to become active.
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    And it is derived from cholesterol, so naturally it's gonna look pretty similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocToxin8 View Post
    Kidding?

    While there are some double bonds in the testosterone molecule,
    it's mostly single bonds. Covalent bonds... fuck it. Google it.

    Cracked me up doc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrockBadger View Post
    I'm not too good with chemistry. Looks like C26H40O3. Got this from wikipedia. I'm not sure of the bonding. Which are hydrogen and which are covalent bonds? I would assume covalent but am not sure how the structure operates. Why is the shape that it is? And how does this molecule fit into where in the human body for men?
    Then why the question regarding the chemical structure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocToxin8 View Post
    Kidding?

    First it follows a standard "steroid skeleton" ring structure,
    4 rings where 3 are 6C rings, and one is a 5C ring.
    (None of the rings are aromatic, unless when T is converted to estradiol and the A ring becomes aromatic.

    While there are some double bonds in the testosterone molecule,
    it's mostly single bonds. Covalent bonds... fuck it.
    Google it.

    And the enanthate ester is attached at the C17 carbon (in a beta configuration)
    It has to be removed for the testosterone to become active.
    No I'm not kidding. I genuinely appreciate the response on this. I feel like I should be more educated on a tough topic like this. So, far I see the 4 rings. 3 are 6C. Does 6C mean cyclohexane? I think this is correct. And the 5C ring is cyclopentane? Got ya, most are covalent single bonds. It looks like enanthate ester is the part thats not attached to the ring structure in the diagram? Is the A ring the first ring where the oxygen is attached it looks like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sicko View Post
    Then why the question regarding the chemical structure?
    It's good to be informed.

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    Well thats ok we got some of it out of the way.

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    Its quite simple structurally. It has atoms of different shit, chemical bonds, some shit about rings as doc said, molecule... carbons and such...
    Other fancy words...

    The interesting part is whe you jam it into your receptors and lift heavy objects.

    Sorry to be so scientific, I know I am throwing a lot at you at once. You may have to read this a few times before you fully understand.

    Do not forget that part about jamming it into your receptors! This is vital info!

    You are welcome sir!
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