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KitAlysis™ High-Throughput Screening Platform
KitAlysis High-Throughput Screening Kits provide solution to efficiently identify or optimize suitable catalytic reaction conditions. Chemist can rapidly run 24 unique micro scale reactions in parallel with tailored conditions.
Second-Generation, Designer-Surfactant Kits: Aqueous Reactions in a Box
Reactions once dependent on organic solvents are now being performed in water to eliminate the contributions of organic solvents to chemical waste – and the methodology just became easier with next-generation designer surfactant kits.
Asymmetric Hydrogenation
Asymmetric hydrogenation plays an important role in today’s synthesis world. Knowles and Noyori pioneered this field and were rewarded with the Nobel Prize in 2001 for their work.
Oxidizing and Reducing Agents
Oxidation and reduction reactions are some of the most common transformations encountered in organic synthesis
Azide Building Blocks for Chemical Ligation
Chemoselective ligation strategies are a key success factor for chemical biology research. Ligation techniques open pathways to fully synthetic large peptides and even proteins.
CBS Catalysts
we are pleased to offer both enatiomers of 2-methyl-CBS-oxazaborolidine as a dry reagent, in addition to our current offerings as a 1M solution in toluene.
The use of CBILS© – Carbonate Based Ionic Liquid Synthesis – developed by the Austrian company proionic, offers one of the simplest, yet most elegant synthetic methods for the production of ionic liquids
Organosilanes for Cross-coupling
Over the past several years, Pd-catalyzed cross-coupling of silicon compounds has rapidly gained acceptance as a suitable alternative to more commonly known methods such as: Stille (Sn), Kumada (Mg), Suzuki (B), and Negishi (Zn) cross-couplings.
Metal Scavengers
Metal compounds are widely used in organic and medicinal chemistry as either reactants or catalysts. Since most metal ions have physiological activities, reducing residual metal levels has become a key step in syntheses of bioactive compounds.
Leighton’s Chiral Allylation Reagents
An article regarding Leighton’s Chiral Allylation Reagents.
Chiral Amines in Asymmetric Synthesis
Chiral amines have found widespread application in asymmetric synthesis serving, for instance, as chiral bases in enantioselective deprotonation reactions or being valuable substances for resolving racemic mixtures of acids.
Lithium Aminoborohydride (LAB) Reagents
Lithium aminoborohydride (LAB) reagents are a new class of powerful and selective reagents developed in the laboratory of Professor Bakthan Singaram at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Ynamides: Versatile and Enabling Building Blocks for Chemical Synthesis
The development of original and versatile reagents in modern organic synthesis is of crucial importance for the design of new chemical transformations that enable the fast and efficient assembly of a variety of complex molecules.
Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones
The enantioselective reduction of ketones to alcohols gives access to a pool of chiral building blocks that can be used for the synthesis of natural products. Adolfsson and co-workers reported a novel class of ligands, based on a pseudo-dipeptide, for
Mild Mg – Halogen Exchange
Substantial progress has been made in magnesium–halogen exchange reactions used for the preparation of functionalized Grignard reagents containing sensitive moieties such as ester or cyano groups.
Selective Metalations
Selective Metalations using i-PrMgCl·LiCl and s-BuMgCl·LiCl
Greener Methods: Catalytic Amide Bond Formation
We are proud to offer a number of products used in catalytic amidation technology.
Drying Agents
Many products such as aluminas, silicas and molecular sieves can be employed as reasonably effective drying agents which can usually be conveniently regenerated. Current chemical literature reflects an active interest in the drying process, and even the method by which
Asymmetric Allylic Alkylation
Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation (AAA) has proven to be an exceptionally powerful method for the efficient construction of stereogenic centers.
Super Silyl Protecting Groups
The super silyl group is a powerful tool for the synthetic chemist, showing great efficacy in various carbon–carbon bond forming reactions.
Ionic Liquids Properties & Applications
Ionic Liquids Properties & Applications
Facile and Rapid Chiral Resolution with ChiroSolv Kits
Our company is pleased to partner with ChiroSolve, Inc. to offer, through an exclusive distribution agreement, a series of ready-to-use kits for chiral resolution of racemates.
Dietary Terpenes
Terpenes comprise the largest and most diverse class of secondary metabolites; approximately 55,000 compounds have been identified to date.
Organic Azides and Azide Sources
Since the preparation of the first organic azide, phenyl azide, by Peter Griess in 1864 this energy-rich and versatile class of compounds has enjoyed considerable interest.
Benzotriazole Reagents
New Benzotriazole Reagents have commonly employed as a leaving group used extensively as a novel sythetic auxillary.
Functionalized Alkynes
Alkynes contain a highly versatile functional group that may be utilized for numerous reactions such as electrophilic additions of hydrogen, halogens, hydrogen halides, or water; metathesis; hydroboration; oxidative cleavage; C–C coupling; and cycloadditions
ChiPros Chiral Alcohols
Chiral alcohols form a versatile class of chiral synthons, since they can be incorporated into the API structures directly as esters or ethers.
Alkali Metal Silica Gels from SiGNa
SiGNa Chemistry has recently developed a technology for encapsulating alkali metals into nano-structured porous oxides to create stable, free flowing powders with varying reactivities (based on the intended application).
Functionalized Silica Gels for Organic Synthesis
Functionalized silica gel is used in size-exclusion chromatography of cationic polymers and in the separation of sugars, steroids, cholesterol, and triglycerides.
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