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