Synthesis and Catalysis: Open Access

About Synthesis and Catalysis: Open Access

Synthesis and Catalysis: Open Access is an international journal that aspires to communicate high quality research revolving around the use of natural and synthetic catalysts in transformations.

IPSCOP aims to embolden the research in the field of synthetic methodologies and strategies in organic bioorganic pharmaceutical natural product macromolecular and materials chemistry.

The journal highlights the fundamentals & current scientific development in the field of molecular catalysis with particular emphasis on Catalyst as synthetic tools. IPSCOP covers topics related to Protein synthesis, Organic synthesis, Chemical synthesis, Biosynthesis, DNA synthesis, RNA synthesis, ATP synthesis, Fatty-acid synthesis, Glycogen synthesis, Peptide synthesis, Chemosynthesis, Cholesterol synthesis, Collagen synthesis, Enzyme catalysis, DNA catalysis, Substrate-assisted catalysis, Enzyme catalysis entropy, Enzymatic catalysis, RNA catalysis, Asymmetric catalysis, Heterogeneous catalysis, Iron catalysis and Autocatalysis.

Synthesis and Catalysis: Open Access uses Editorial Manager System for a qualitative and prompt review process. EM system is an online manuscript submission, review and tracking system. Articles submitted by authors are evaluated by a group of peer review experts in the field and ensures that the published articles are of high quality, reflect solid scholarship in their fields, and that the information they contain is noble, accurate and reliable.

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Chemo-enzymatic Catalyst

Chemo-enzymatic catalyst has emerged as a global research interest in the modern chemical industry, where fine chemicals are synthesised using biocatalysis. Chemical catalysts which are based on the non-natural transition metals, can be instigate into proteins, to manufacture hybrid chemo-enzymatic catalysts with synergistic properties of organic compounds.

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Organic Synthetic Chemistry

Synthetic Organic Chemistry is a way to build organic compounds from smaller entities. It is an applied science which borders engineering, the "design, analysis, and construction of works for practical purposes". Organic synthesis of a novel compound requires a synthetic analysis and planning. The protection-deprotection method is used in a synthetic plan where each reaction in the synthetic scheme must affect only the required functional group leaving the others, which therefore must be protected. The synthesis proceeds by utilizing the reactivity of the functional groups in the molecule. The molecules are classified on the basis of their functional groups which have a resolute influence on the properties of the organic compounds.

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Synthetic Chemistry

Synthetic chemistry is most frequently used in the preparation of mono-functional and di-functional compounds from the smaller entities. It is widely used for the production of organic compounds that are having commercial interest.

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Quantum Chemistry

Quantum chemistry is used to understand matter at its fundamental levels. To explain Periodic trends in properties of the elements, structure of compounds, etc. Quantum mechanics plays a vital role.

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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.

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzymes are biological catalysts which lower the activation energy for reactions. The lower the activation energy for a reaction, the faster the rate. The enzyme have active site which is the location on the enzyme surface where substrates bind, and where the chemical reaction catalyzed by the enzyme occurs. The chemical mechanisms that enzymes use to make it easier to get to the transition state are proximity, orientation, induced fitreactive amino acid group and coenzymes and metal ions. An enzyme catalysed reaction involving the formation of enzyme-substrate (ES) and enzyme-product (EP) complexes.

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Biocatalysis

Biocatalysis is a process which makes use of natural substances such as enzymes or cells to increase the rate of a chemical reaction. An enzyme is simply a protein catalyst which catalyzes every reaction in a living thing. Enzymes are used to catalyze biologically related reactions as well as used to replace chemical catalysts that are toxic or contain residues responsible for environmental pollution. The most obvious uses of enzymes are in the beverage industries where the production of wine, beer, cheese etc. is dependent on the effects of the microorganisms. The future impact of biocatalysis is the increasing ability to use enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions in industrial processes, including the production of drug substances, flavors, fragrances, electronic chemicals, polymers. It is a greener, cost-effective and pollution free technology.

Zeolites

Zeolite are naturally occurring large group of minerals but can be produced industrially. They are used as cation exchanger and molecular sieves because of their properties to rehydrate and dehydrate.

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Femtochemistry

Femtochemistry is a branch of  physical chemistry that studies chemical reactions on extremely short timescales, approximately 10−15 seconds (one femtosecond, hence the name). The experimental methods are based on the use of femtosecond laser pulses. Femtochemistry explore that which chemical reactions take place and also investigates that  why some reactions occur but not others. femtochemistry is yielding exciting new discoveries from analysis to control of chemical reactions, with applications in many domains of chemistry and related fields, e.g., physical, organic and inorganic chemistry, surface science, molecular biology, etc.

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Angiogenesis

Angio means blood vessels and genesis means creation. Therefore,  Angiogenesis means the origination and development of new capillary blood vessels in normal or malignant tissue. Angiogenesis is an important process of the body which is controlled by chemical signals produced in the body during health and disease condition. These chemical signals can help to stimulate the repair of damaged blood vessels as well the formation of new blood vessels. Abnormal growth of blood vessel, whether it is excessive or insufficient, is known as a “common denominator”. It underlying many deadly and debilitating conditions which including cancer, skin diseases, age-related blindness, diabetic ulcers, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and many others.

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Chiral Auxiliaries

A chiral auxiliary is a stereogenic group or unit that is temporarily incorporated into an organic compound in order to control the stereochemical outcome of the synthesis. chiral auxiliary can be used in a molecule when it doesnot contain a stereogenic centre. It allows enantioselective synthesis via diastereoselective reaction. If reaction is not diastereoselective, it act as a built in resolving agent. It can also be removed at a later stage. A wide variety of chiral auxiliaries are used to prepare amino acids such as oxzolidinones, aminoindanol, imidazolidones and pseudoephededrine.

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Aurophilicity

Aurophilicity is a term which was introduced in 1989 to describe the phenomena in the structural chemistry of gold. It helps in the understanding of the unique properties of gold which cannot be readily rationalized by conventional concepts of chemical bonding. It is the tendency of gold complexes to aggregate via formation of weak gold-gold bonds. The binding energy of aurophilic interactions is 20–60 kJ mol−1. An important and exploitable property of aurophilic interactions relevant to their supermolecular chemistry is that while both inter- and intramolecular interactions are possible, intermolecular aurophilic linkages are comparatively weak and easily broken by solvation. Metallophilic interactions is the similar term for other heavy metals, such as mercury and palladium.

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Krypton

Krypton is an inert, monatomic gaseous element, present in very small amounts in the atmosphere. Sir William Ramsay and Morris Travers were founder of Kryptonin 1898. It is used commercially as a filling gas for energy-saving fluorescent lights. It is also used in some flash lamps which are used for high-speed photography. Krypton is one of the rarest gases in the Earth’s atmosphere. It makes up just 1 part per million by volume. It is extracted by distillation of air that has been cooled until it is a liquid. As it is a heavy gas, it is used as sealing between the glass of some double-paned windows to help them trap heat. Krypton has other scientific superpowers as well. Radioactive isotopes of krypton - versions of the atom with differing numbers of neutrons in their nuclei are produced naturally when cosmic rays from space hit krypton atoms in the atmosphere.

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Mannich Bases

Mannich Bases which are also known as beta-amino ketone carrying compounds, are the end products of Mannich Reaction.The Mannich reaction is an organic reaction which consists of an amino alkylation of an acidic proton placed next to a carbonyl functional group by formaldehyde and a primary or secondary amine or ammonia. The final product is a β-amino-carbonyl compound also known as a Mannich base. It also act as important pharmacophores or bioactive leads. Which are used for synthesis of various potential agents of high medicinal value that possess aminoalkyl chain.  Some clinically useful Mannich bases are cocaine, fluoxetine, atropine, ethacrynic acid, trihexyphenidyl, procyclidine, ranitidine, biperiden, etc.

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Neighboring-Group Effects

Neighbouring group participation is also known as anchimeric assistance. It act as useful tool for synthetic chemists. It is defined as the interaction of a reaction centre with a lone pair of electrons in an atom or the electrons present in a sigma bond or pi bond.

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