Cocaine molecule 3D model

Cocaine (formula C17H21NO4, CAS number 50-36-2) is a naturally occurring compound found in the coca plant, mostly grown in South America. It is the second most frequently used illegal, recreational drug after cannabis. It is a strong stimulant which inhibits the reuptake of the neurotransmitters serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, increasing their concentration in the brain.

Users may experience loss of contact with reality, an intense feeling of happiness, or agitation, increased heart rate, sweating, and dilated pupils. Cocaine is addictive with a high risk of dependence.

This molecule is provided in three standard representations and includes a simulated electrostatic (van der Waals) surface. The whole model is provided as a C4D scene, all objects are editable primitives or metaball object.

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    • Publish date2011-12-08
    • Model ID#1544
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