Chemistry Links



The wonderful book for learning organic chemistry  

 Organic Chemistry by Clayden, Greeves, Warren & Wothers:

It is  amazing. Authoritative book!!!

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY RESOURCES ( Name reactions and graphical list - very useful and for all synthetic organic chemists)  - (Links for researchers in Organic synthesis; superb site) (Organic chemistry sources worldwide) (The literature of organic synthesis; excellent site which lists important reviews (downloadable!), mongraphs and famous textbooks) (Virtual text book of organic chemistry) (Links for chemists - Excellent chemistry section ) (Excellent web page for chemistry from Liverpool University) (on-line book by Francis A. Carey) (This web page is a short collection of several web sites which cover organic synthesis, name reactions, organometallics etc., A nice way to begin)    (The Online Biology and Chemistry Education Center-- Includes lots of guides, tools, and links. A top-class web page) (useful concepts in Org. Chem.) (Organometallic reagents in synthesis; excellent site about organometalics) (Organic Chemistry Info Center having very useful links) (Virtual library - Organic chemistry resources) (Another organic chemistry resource page (Bunsen)) (Chemistry & Biology Info Center provides good overview)  (Web page about "various reagents") (Web page on "Protection chemistry") (Nice Introduction on "Drug Discovery") (Very useful chemfiles from "Aldrich"-Excellent collection) (TCI, Japan - Chemicals Info. Web page) (Good introduction on "Combinatorial chemistry") (Introduction to drug discovery; informative) (CAS-Chemical Abstract Service- Science spotlight; It lists most sited, most intriguing and most requested articles) (It is a web page, called "Scientific update" which provide us excellent short reviews about reactions, reagents and process development) (Drug Discovery Tutorial) (CAS Science spotlight - Highlighting most requested, intriguing and cited articles from ACS journals) (C&EN News - A newsmagazine of chemical world) (One of the exceelent web pages on "Organic synthesis and Mechanism") (very good web page on "Solid state organic synthesis") (very good web page on protecting groups involved in Carbohydrates and Aminoacids and other info.) (Excellent web page of chemistry as a whole. It includes all info. Ranging from tutorials, journals, societies, universities etc.) (A virtual text book of organic chemistry - a very  good source book) (History of chemistry It explains in detail about founders of chemistry) (Excellent site - Classic papers of chemistry and physics too, from 1600 to 1950, all in English (of course, translated). You will have a feeling as if you are reading original papers of these great scientists) (History of major pharmateuticals industry-worth reading)

SPECTROSCOPY LINKS (Spectral database for organic compounds online) (web-based lectures on NMR) (The basics of NMR) (excellent 2D NMR web page on net!) (Mass spectra tutorial) (It is about interpreting EI Mass spectra) (Spectroscopy links complied by ACD labs - Useful web page) (Mass spectroscopy links - a whole compilation of links related mas spectra) (web page on NMR) (NMR tools and other resources on NMR) (Basics of NMR - a virtual textbook) (NMR lectures note)

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY TUTORIALS/LECTURE NOTES (Organic chemistry tutorial, handouts, problem class notes from Imperial College, London - Excellent resource matrials) (a nice introduction to retrosynthesis) ( Prof. Myer of Harvard Univ.; several nice handouts available) (Excellent course book on "Total Synthesis of Natural Products: Design Strategies and Concepts" designed by Dr. Liam Cox, Univ. of Birmingham) (It contains about 60 half-page reviews ) (from Prof. Barren’s page, TSRI; Excellent collection of literatures)

SYNTHETIC PROCEDURES (Organic synthesis website; outstanding in providing us typical procedures) (Synthetic pages; several chemical procedures are available) (useful site for synthetic chemist) (Rhodium drug chemistry archive; has typical procedures like reduction, oxidation procedures) (typical experimental procedures are given; worth reading) (Technical reports from Albany Molecular Research; several downloadable short reviews) (ARKIVOC free journal web page) (A journal from Aldrich; available free on-line) (ACS Legacy Archives; over a century of essential chemistry – superb for reasearchers)

CHEMICAL DATA BASE (poison information monographs) (Oxford univ. safety site; Chemical and other safety information) (links to MSDS) (The chemical database) (Emergency Response Guide book) (NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (NPG) - Index of Chemical Names) (Environmental Health and Safety: Laboratory Safety Information) (Knowledge Bank - more on Bioscience)

A fantastic site to get to know about science, in particular, bioscience. In the section "library", it lists a lot of useful info. You can see the "Impact Factor" of many journals (~4600 journnals)

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