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5 Current news about the topic suzuki couplingrss
Nobel Prize-winning chemistry in industrial use
Palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions have become an important cornerstone of modern organic synthesis chemistry. They have made a wide variety of active pharmaceutical ingredients, natural substances and other complex organic molecules economically accessible. The award of this year's ...
Metal nanoparticles that can catalyse organic reactions in water can be made using polyelectrolyte nanoreactors, claim scientists. Thanks to their ionisable functional groups, polyelectrolytes can change their conformation in water. When there are few other ions in the solution, the chains ...
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2010 to Richard F. Heck, Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki "for palladium-catalyzed cross couplings in organic synthesis"
Organic chemistry has developed into an art form where scientists produce marvelous chemical creations in their test tubes. Mankind benefits from this in the form of medicines, ever-more precise electronics and advanced technological materials. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2010 awards one of ...
BASF has completed the acquisition of certain assets of the Callery Chemical Division of Mine Safety Appliances Company (MSA), the companies announced today. Operating since 1939, Callery is a leading manufacturer of boron and potassium chemicals used in pharmaceutical products and other ...
The licensed method from Personal Chemistry used in combination with cartridges from Fluorous Technologies for efficient purification, shortens the total process time from synthesis idea to compound-in-hand, from several hours to minutes. The licensed patent covers new means for performing ...