Wöhler synthesized urea, the first organic compound to be made from inorganic materials, in 1828. Since then the study of organic chemistry has progressed dramatically and thousands of useful organic compounds have been synthesized using various novel reactions, catalysts, reagents, and synthetic methodologies. Furthermore, efforts have been made to realize environmentally friendly organic synthesis, i.e., green chemistry, and so the use of polymer supported reagents, fluorous solvents or ionic liquids have been studied. In this section you will find lists of our reagents for various purposes including: polymer supported reagents, oxidation, reduction, condensation, protection, and homogeneous metal complex catalysts, etc.
- Organophosphorus Catalysts
- Visible Light Photoredox Catalysts/Photosensitizers
- Building Blocks for Synthesis of Proteolysis Targeting Compounds
- Research article by Prof. Nuno Maulide and his colleagues (University of Vienna)
- Research article by Assoc. Prof. Michael Schnürch (TU Wien)
- Research article by Assoc. Prof. Makoto Ujike (Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)
- Here is a collection of chemistry-related brochures.
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[TCI Practical Example] Sonogashira Cross Coupling with PdCl2(PPh3)2 as a Catalyst
[Product Highlights] Ruthenium Catalyst in Coupling Reaction of Alcohols with Primary Amines
[TCI Practical Example] Reductive C-N Cross-coupling Reaction using an Organophosphorus Catalyst
[Product Highlights] Easy to Handle Silylating Reagent with High Reactivity
[TCI Practical Example] Olefin Metathesis Using nitro-Grela