Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry dealing with the compounds of carbon.
Information about the chemistry of carbon and life. Features lectures, notes, structures, and labs.
The Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. Provides important information and announcements on the divisions activities and member benefits.
Free ARKIVOC online journal and online education in chemistry.
Odor descriptions and molecular visualization of chiral flavor and fragrance chemicals.
Reviews, links and news in combinatorial chemistry, high and ultra-high throughput screening, and lab automation.
Short descriptions of the history and methods used in combichem as well as events and related links.
Provides a basic introduction to the field of combinatorial chemistry describing the development of major techniques and some applications.
An introduction to fundamental topics in organic chemistry, including bonding, nomenclature, stereochemistry, and conformational analysis.
The chemistry of Jamaican alumina, spices, coffee, rum, synfuel, marine natural products, and herbal remedies.
"Demystifying synthetic organic laboratory technique": tips, traps, troubleshooting, and techniques.
Provides an A-to-Z guide to the vocabulary of organic chemistry, including symbols and abbreviations.
Includes a searchable literature index, named reactions and protecting groups as well as a chemical database.
Schematic representation of about 140 organic name reactions with references. Some of the schemes are animated.
Discussion list of nearly 500 organic chemists worldwide. Join this community or search their previous discussions by author, subject, date, or thread.
Presentation of the orthogonal coupling chemistry. A concept, detailed report, and slides are provided.
Portal of porphyrins and related molecules.
Provides information about scientific developments in the field of chemical processes and substance modification and seeks cooperation with others working in this field.
A user contributed resource of basic concepts and ideas in organic chemistry.
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