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Organic Synthesis

Companies Organic Synthesis

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

FUJIFILM Wako Chemicals Europe GmbH, Germany

Wako Chemicals GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Osaka, Japan) one of the leading manufacturers of Laboratory Chemicals, Specialty Chemicals and Diagnostic reagents with worldwide business activities. Wako Chemicals GmbH was established in 1974 in Düsseldorf ( more

ASCA GmbH, Germany

ASCA elaborates reaction schemes for the synthesis of organic compounds in the field of medicinal chemistry in co-operation with the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. more

Catalogs Organic Synthesis

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News Organic Synthesis

  • 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

  • Small-volume, high-throughput organic synthesis

    University of Groningen Professor of Drug Design, Alexander Dömling, has devised a method to rapidly synthesize thousands of new molecules and evaluate their properties as potential drugs. In a paper published by Science Advances on 5 July, he shows that this method works well when applied to boroni 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

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Infographics Organic Synthesis

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

Publications Organic Synthesis

  • Acetylene in, PAHs out

    Organic Synthesis![Figure][1] Electron density map of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons inside a zeolite cage CREDIT: S. H. KO ET AL., J. AM. CHEM. SOC. 10.1021/JACS.8B00900 (2018) Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are attractive for optoelectronics applications, but their synthesis can be more

  • Digitization of multistep organic synthesis in reactionware for on-demand pharmaceuticals

    The infrastructure for chemical synthesis typically lies at either end of a spectrum: small-scale studies in ad hoc assemblies of glassware or large-scale production in capital-intensive custom reactors. Kitson et al. report a hybrid protocol that customizes a blueprint for synthesis of a target com more

  • A plastic plan for organic synthesis

    Chemical Engineering The infrastructure for chemical synthesis typically lies at either end of a spectrum: small-scale studies in ad hoc assemblies of glassware or large-scale production in capital-intensive custom reactors. Kitson et al. report a hybrid protocol that customizes a blueprint for more

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