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Organic Chemistry

A Guide to Sources in Synthetic Chemistry



Organic synthesis has by far the largest primary and secondary literature in all of chemistry. If you need to find a preparation for a specific compound, or investigate the synthetic methods for a certain class of substances or functional groups, these pages will help you get started.

Preparations - Best places to look up a method quickly

Reactions & Reagents - In-depth coverage of the processes of organic synthesis

Properties & Identification - Handbooks that can help you characterize and identify unknowns

Nomenclature & Terms - The unique language of organic chemistry

Reviews - Encyclopedic and periodic literature reviews by experts

Search the Literature - Cast the widest net

Keeping Current - Stay up to date with new literature

 

 

 

 

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