Opioid Chemical Structures

Alfentanil - chemical structure

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alfentanil chemical structure

Buprenorphine - chemical structure

By Harbin / Public domain

buprenorphine chemical structure

Codeine - chemical structure

By NEUROtiker / Public domain

codeine chemical structure

Fentanyl - chemical structure

By Harbin / Public domain

fentanyl chemical structure

Heroin - chemical structure

By NEUROtiker / Public domain

heroin diacetylmorphine chemical structure

Hydrocodone - chemical structure

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hydrocodone chemical structure

Hydromorphone - chemical structure

By Yikrazuul / Public domain

hydromorphone chemical structure

Meperidine - chemical structure

By Ben Mills / Public domain

meperidine chemical structure

Methadone - chemical structure

By Calvero / Public domain

methadone chemical structure

Morphine - chemical structure

By NEUROtiker / Public domain

morphine chemical structure

Naloxone - chemical structure

By Fvasconcellos / Public domain

naloxone chemical structure

Naltrexone - chemical structure

By Fvasconcellos / Public domain

naltrexone chemical structure

Oxycodone - chemical structure

By Fvasconcellos / Public domain

oxycodone chemical structure

Oxymorphone - chemical structure

By RicHard-59

oxymorphone chemical structure

Tramadol - chemical structure

By Harbin / Public domain

tramadol chemical structure

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