25th International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry
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"Increasing the Stability of Metal-Organic Frameworks", Bosch, M.; Zhang, M.; Zhou, H.-C., Advances in Chemistry, 2014, Article ID 182327, DOI: 10.1155/2014/182327.
A professional classical musician I play with told me “you can’t cram for a concert”. There may come a time when we need synthetic organic chemists to make a crucial molecule in short supply (taxol come to mind). They can’t just be produced out of whole cloth.
A Reassessment of Prebiotic Organic Synthesis in …
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That ‘synthesis = art’ equation is so arrogant! And seems like only organic chemists are promoting their own uniqueness in science so aggressively. I’ve never saw microbiologists to claim that their field is an art, although they can also do some nice and useless stuff
Where Goes Organic Synthesis | In the Pipeline
In 1992 the Organic Reactions Catalysis Society (ORCS) created the Murray Raney Award “for contributions in the use of sponge metal catalysts in organic synthesis”. The award is given out every two years at the annual ORCS conference.
"They were quite rare until the 1950s but were rapidly found to have many applications in organic synthesis, catalysis, materials chemistry and biological chemistry.
Carbanions in organic synthesis / John C. Stowell | …
Methods - Synthesis & Techniques
25th International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry 17 - 20 July 2017, Oxford , United Kingdom
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PREBIOTIC CHEMISTRY A Reassessment of Prebiotic Organic Synthesis in Neutral Planetary Atmospheres H
Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Routes …
The Synthesis in Organic Chemistry conference is a flagship event for the international organic chemistry community
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I am thankful of the giants (such Johnson, Woodwrod, Corey to name a few) that revitalized and forged their way in the age of where we did not have any of the sophisticated tools that we have today for synthesis, purification and characterizations. My labmates always ponder upon this as we are lazy to make couple of NMR samples and go run the NMRs to see what we have made……To me it appears that every one is failing to see the big picture, central nature, and utility of organic synthesis is because there is no funding for it and it is laborious. If tomorrow NIH and NSF announces couple of big initiatives of funding for organic synthesis, I am sure many universities would ask people such as Prof. Albert Padwas to come out of retirement and occupy the while research building………money rules everywhere……the only field that is reproducible (forget about 10% discrepancy in the yields!) and in creation of the biologically important molecules is OS. I pity those who can’t see the beauty, scinece and art of it. I am glad that I am graduating at times from synthesis group where I do not have to compete with bunch of people that have the same skill set, and mental and intellectual ability. I am going to learn other fields to ride on what I’ve already mastered which is hard for many people.
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But if the goal of organic synthesis is to synthesize a molecule, then it does reduce in that way. That’s where many people have a problem, because it feels wrong to them in the same way that brute-forcing to the end of a chess game does. So that starts a search for other goals – training chemists, discovering new reactions, and many more – some of which are good arguments and some of which aren’t. I think, though, that the listing of them comes from that initial feeling of strange wrongness that people get when they envision hitting a “start” button for a program to optimize a retrosynthesis, which then starts a hood full of robot parts to cranking out the molecule – while the chemist does what, exactly? If chess is just two computer programs banging into each other, what’s the point, and if organic synthesis reduces to a pile of algorithms and a bunch of tubing and pumps. . .?
ORCS – Organic Reactions Catalysis Society
In The Chemistry of Metal–Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications", Bosch, M.; Yuan, S.; Zhou, H.-C., Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co.
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Phillip Ball has at Nature on the future of organic synthesis (and quotes a number of times from discussions on this blog). He starts off with the reasons why people go to the trouble of making molecules in the first place, looks at how that process has changed over the years (and how the reasons behind it have), and at where both of those might be going.
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