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  1. Due to its chemical properties, MDMA is a base and is a colorless, oily liquid that is practically insoluble in water, has a mildewy smell and a burning taste. The boiling point is 155 °C at a pressure of 20 mm Hg. Usually the substance is found in the form of bitter salts, soluble in water-hydrochloride (CAS-64057-70-1) or, less commonly, phosphate. Hydrochloride is a white, sometimes metallic-tinged crystal that melts, depending on the water content, at temperatures ranging from 147-159 °C for a completely dry substance to 107-133 °C for a monohydrate. Hydrochloride is also soluble in chloroform and ethanol, but insoluble in ether.

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