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Liquid Crystal Materials

Published [December 2016]

Nematic/Smectic liquid crystals, cholesteric liquid crystals and discotic liquid crystals are listed. Applicable to liquid crystal devices.

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Chemical Compounds Purified by Sublimation

Published [November 2016]

Highly-pure organic semiconducting materials and raw materials are listed. Applicable to high-performance electronic devices.

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Quaternary Ammonium Salts

Published [November 2016]

Ammonium hydroxides, ammonium fluorides, ammonium chlorides, ammonium iodides and etc. are listed. Applicable to various uses.

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Polymerization Initiators

Published [October 2016]

Thermal radical generators, photo radical generators, photo acid generators, photo base generators are listed. Applicable to various polymerization and curing.

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Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Precursors

Published [September 2016]

Lead halides, organic onium salts and cesium halides for producing organic-inorganic perovskite-type compounds are listed. Applicable to perovskite solar cells.

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Silicon Compounds

Published [August 2016]

Silicon Compounds are categorized by atomic bonding patterns such as silicon-carbon, silicon-hydrogen, silicon-silicon and etc.

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Visible Light Photoredox Catalysts

Published [August 2016]

Metal complex catalysts and organocatalysts generating radicals under mild conditions by visible-light irradiation are listed. For green chemistry research of radical reaction by sunlight.

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Boron Compounds

Published [June 2016]

Boron compounds are categorized by substitution patterns such as boric acids,boronic acids,borinic acids,boranes and etc.
Many boronic acid derivatives for Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling are listed.

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Amino Acids and Peptide Synthesis Reagents

Updated [March 2016]

Proteogenic, non-proteinogenic, biologically-modified, and protected amino acids are listed.
In addition, dipepides, tripepitides, and reagents for peptide synthesis are included.

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Thiophenes

Published [March 2016]

Thiophene derivatives for the synthesis of conducting materials and etc. are listed. This can also be used as thiophene library.

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Building Blocks for Organic Semiconductor

Published [November 2015]

Building blocks for synthesis of small molecule semiconductors or semiconducting polymers are listed.

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Fluorous Chemistry

Published [October 2015]

Fluorous chemistry has emerged as one of the promising fields of green chemistry.
Fluorous solvents and highly fluorinated compounds used for many organic reactions are listed.

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Asymmetric Organocatalysts

Published [Oct 2015]

Organic catalysts for asymmetric synthesis without metal elements are listed.

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Materials for Polyimide Synthesis

Updated [Oct 2015]

Tetracarboxylic dianhydride monomers, diamine monomers, diisocyanate monomers and solvents are listed.

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Solar Cell Materials

Published [August 2015]

Perovskite solar cell materials, organic photovoltaics (OPV) materials, dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) materials are listed.

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Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Materials

Updated [July 2015]

Host materials, hole/electron transport materials, electron transport materials and dopants are listed.

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Nanocarbon Materials

Published [May 2015]

Fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphenes and nanodiamonds are listed.

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Fluorinating Reagents, Building Blocks & Fluorinated Bioactive Compounds

Updated [March 2015]

- Various fluorinating agents, many fluorinated building blocks and fluorinated pharmaceutical ingredients are listed.

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Halogenation Reagents

Updated [March 2015]

- Fluorination reagents, chlorination reagents, bromination reagents and iodination reagents are listed.

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Suzuki-Miyaura Cross Coupling Reaction

Updated [February 2015]

- Boronic Acids, trifluoroborates, metal catalysts, ligands and additives are listed. - Some reaction examples and comments are included.

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Silane Coupling Agents

Published [February 2015]

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Click Chemistry

Updated [February 2015]

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Aryne / Heteroaryne Precursors

Published [January 2015]

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Pharmaceutical Ingredients for Research and Experimental Use

Published [August 2014]

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Antimicrobials & Antitumors for Research and Experimental Use

Updated [August 2014]

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Multicomponent Reaction (MCR)

Published [June 2014]

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Alkylation Reagents for Ester Synthesis

Updated [May 2014]

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Cosmetic Materials

Updated [April 2014]

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C-H Bond Activation Reaction

Updated [January 2014]

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Mitsunobu Reaction

Published [April 2014]

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Ionic Liquids

Updated [August 2014]

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Asymmetric Synthesis

 Updated [September 2012]

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Chiral Building Blocks

Updated [April 2014]

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Charge Transfer Complexes for Organic Metals

 Updated [September 2012]

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Conducting Polymer Research Reagents

Updated [September 2014]

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Nucleosides, Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids and Related Reagents

Updated [March 2015]

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HPLC Labeling Reagents

Updated [December 2015]

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Ion-Pair Reagents for HPLC

Updated [April 2014]

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3-Aminopyrrolidines

 Updated [September 2012]

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Bulk Pharmaceutical Agents & Intermediates for Pharmaceuticals

Updated [September 2014]

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