Science of Synthesis provides a critical review of synthetic methodology developed to-date in the fields of organic and organometallic chemistry.

Features include

  • Selection of molecular transformations by world-renowned experts with elaboration on scope and limitations
  • Full-text descriptions of synthetic methods with practical experimental procedures immediately applicable in the lab
  • Community of over 2,000 experts involved in the review and updating of methods
  • Logical organization of the synthetic methods for each functional group
  • Intuitive search functions to allow rapid lead generation and route optimization

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Benefits for chemists

  • Save time when planning a synthesis Retrieve a concise hitlist of reliable organic transformations and applicable methods, hand-selected by experts in the field.

  • Find the right synthetic route quickly The full-text expert reviews help you to find out immediately which synthetic methods are useful for a particular route or not.

  • Start with a synthesis immediately Practical and reliable experimental procedures can be implemented easily in the lab.

  • Get a comprehensive overview of the field or a certain topic All methods are organized in a logical, consistent structure by functional group and presented in the context of a review of the field. This makes Science of Synthesis the perfect learning, teaching and consulting tool.

 
  • “Science of Synthesis is an indispensable tome of chemical information organized in an intuitive and logical way. It contains information on nearly every aspect of...”

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    La Jolla, USA
  • “Today, we have a flood of chemical information from Web sites as well as various search engines. However, it is always extremely difficult to find what is...”

    read more Prof. Hisashi Yamamoto, Chubu University, Japan
  • “As a past author and current volume editor, I completely appreciate the scientific and editorial rigor to put together the Science of Synthesis. It has the most authoritative...”

    read more Prof. Jie Jack Li, University of San Francisco, USA
  • “The phenomenal success of organic chemists in devising new reactions has made it increasingly difficult to find the best procedures and protocols. Science of Synthesis...”

    read more Prof. Jeffrey Bode, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

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Phil Baran about Science of Synthesis

“Science of Synthesis is an indispensable tome of chemical information organized in an intuitive
and logical way. It contains information on nearly every aspect of chemical reactivity and, for me,
is the “go-to” resource for rapidly learning about a new area. I use it regularly in preparation
for classes and for consulting visits – it simply gives me the information I need far more easily
than any search engine is capable of – and very often contains references and insight that cannot
be found anywhere else.”

Hisashi Yamamoto about Science of Synthesis

“Today, we have a flood of chemical information from Web sites as well as various search engines.
However, it is always extremely difficult to find what is most important and essential for your
research project. Also, it’s sometimes difficult to find a good method to get started with for a
first attempt. Science of Synthesis provides you with information that you could never obtain from
other sources which is always appropriate and reliable. I strongly recommend that you consult
Science of Synthesis whenever you plan an organic synthesis that you are having difficulty with in
your research project. I promise you that Science of Synthesis will provide all of the key knowledge
without any of the unnecessary information.”

Jie Jack Li about Science of Synthesis

“As a past author and current volume editor, I completely appreciate the
scientific and editorial rigor to put together the Science of Synthesis.
It has the most authoritative and updated reviews and compilation of
experimental procedures. SoS is the first place I would look before
embarking on a synthesis.”

Jeffrey Bode about Science of Synthesis

“The phenomenal success of organic chemists in devising
new reactions have made it increasingly difficult to find
the best procedures and protocols. Science of Sciences
give leading scientist the opportunity to bring clarity
to their respective fields and provide state of the art
protocols to the most important organic reactions.”