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ChiroBlock GmbH, Germany

Contract research on chemical syntheses and research chemicals. Since 1999 we have been a reliable partner of research departments serving the life-scinece industries and companies engaged in cosmetics, new materials, sensors - with a demand for new molecules and exclusively developed synthesis rout more

CEM GmbH, Germany

CEM is the leading provider of microwave solutions for the laboratory, industrial and scientific marketplace. Since creating this market 20 years ago, we have sold almost 20,000 systems. Despite this obvious success, we believe microwave chemistry is still an emerging technology and presents tremend more

Merck Schuchardt OHG, Germany

Merck Schuchardt OHG, a 100% subsidiary of Merck KGaA, Germany, has, for the last 135 years, been one of the leading German producers and suppliers of organic intermediates, fine chemicals, reagents and solvents for laboratories, medium-sized and bulk production. more

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SYNTHIA™ Retrosynthesis Software

Maximize your time at the bench by quickly identifying and designing viable synthesis pathways ✓ Explore & filter distinct pathways to chemical targets from custom inventory or commercial materia more

Specialty carbon adsorbents for challenging separations

Our Carboxen specialty carbon adsorbents are highly engineered materials, manufactured from highly pure synthetic polymers. more

Synthesis Problems? Find Fast and Better Solutions for Organic Transformations

This tool for full-text reviews of organic transformations and experimental procedures helps improve your strategy for the design of new molecules more

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  • Let there be light: Synthesizing organic compounds

    Every biological reaction is a chemical reaction. The exchange of carbon dioxide for oxygen in our lungs and blood cells, for example, is caused by molecules releasing chemicals and reforming with new ones. The uncontrolled replication of cancerous cells is the result of broken chemical compounds mi more

  • Inhoffen Medal 2019 awarded to specialist for synthetic organic chemistry

    Medically relevant compounds can often be found in nature. To make them suitable for drugs, they need to be isolated from their natural sources. If sufficient quantities of the agent cannot be isolated in that manner, chemical synthesis comes into play. Without chemical synthesis, many agents were n more

  • How to free the trapped radicals from the carboxyl?

    The removal of carboxyl groups and the release of alkyl radical fragments from the tight binding of carboxyl groups are one of the most interesting and promising directions in organic synthesis, especially in the field of new drug synthesis. Scientists around the world designed various catalysts try more

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Synthesis Problems? Find Fast and Better Solutions for Organic Transformations

Science of Synthesis is your one-stop tool for full-text reviews of organic transformations and experimental procedures. The online reference work helps speed up your literature research and improve your strategy for the design of new molecules. Science of Synthesis provides a critical review of the more

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Emil Erlenmeyer and the Erlenmeyer Flask

Whether you know it as an Erlenmeyer flask, conical flask, or by some other name, it’s a piece of glassware most of us, chemists or not, have likely used at some point. The Erlenmeyer flask is the most stereotypical piece of chemistry glassware there is, and today marks its creator’s birthday. Emil  more

q&more articles Organic Synthesis§Organic Syntheses

  • Micelles as a reaction environment

    Photoredox catalysis has developed into a powerful tool for the synthesis of organic compounds with diverse structures. However, the high stability of carbon-chloride bonds has long hampered the use of cheap and readily available chloroalkanes as substrates. more

Authors Organic Synthesis§Organic Syntheses

  • Dr. Thorsten Scherpf

    Thorsten Scherpf, born in 1988, completed his chemistry studies at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg in 2014 with a Master of Science degree. He then began his doctoral studies in the group of Professor Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner, initially at Würzburg University and after 2016 at the Ruhr more

  • Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner

    Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner, born in 1982, studied chemistry at Marburg and Würzburg universities and received her doctorate from the Technical University Dortmund in 2009. After a postdoctoral stay at the University of California in Berkeley, she headed an Emmy Noether junior research group at the U more

  • Dr. Maciej Giedyk

    Maciej Giedyk, born in 1988, graduated with a Master's of Engineering degree in chemistry from the Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, in 2012. He completed his PhD studies at the Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences under the supervision of Professor Dorota Gryko in 2016, more

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