Synfacts

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Produktinformationen Synfacts

In SYNFACTS current research results in synthetic organic chemistry, as they appear in the primary literature, are screened, selected, evaluated, summarized, and enriched with personal comments by experts in their fields. The aim of SYNFACTS is to inform readers monthly in a concise manner of the most significant recent developments and future trends in synthetic chemistry in order to maintain the practicing chemist at the forefront of latest development.

 

SYNFACTS addresses the needs of synthetic chemists in academia (including students) and industry. SYNFACTS will help readers to know, learn, and think more about their own field as well as neighboring disciplines. SYNFACTS will stimulate the reader's research and the development of exciting new ideas. With the highquality presentation of each individual summary, SYNFACTS is also aiming to support teaching and lecturing activities as well as examination preparation.

 

SYNFACTS offers the reader summaries of the current most significant results from the primary literature in the following thematic categories:

  Synthesis of Natural Products and Potential Drugs
  Synthesis of Heterocycles
  Synthesis of Materials and Unnatural Products
  MetalCatalyzed Asymmetric Synthesis and Stereoselective Reactions
  MetalMediated Synthesis
  Organo and Biocatalysis
  PolymerSupported Synthesis