Organocatalysis

Organocatalysis is a form of catalysis where small organic molecules referred to as an “organocatalyst” composed of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur are used to accelerate a chemical reaction. Organocatalyst have several advantages which include their insensitivity to moisture and oxygen, low cost, non-toxicity. These reactions are coming as powerful tools for the construction of complex molecular skeletons. Organocatalytic reactions are the most important tools to build complex molecular skeletons. It is more beneficial as compared to metal catalysts to produce pharmaceutical intermediates because of their availability, low cost and low toxicity. Novelty, efficiency and selectivity of these reactions has increased the interest of scientist in this field.

Related Journals to Organocatalysis

Organic Chemistry: Current Research, Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability, Journal of Molecular Pharmaceutics & Organic Process Research , The journal of organic chemistry, Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

 
 

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