LINKS: Orgo Helper

Science  11 May 2001:
Vol. 292, Issue 5519, pp. 1027
DOI: 10.1126/science.292.5519.1027a

The organic chemist's job can be summed up as a few major tasks: synthesize stuff, confirm the structure, write it down, publish it, keep up with the literature. That list is the formula behind this no-nonsense Web directory, created by an academic-turned-industry chemist, which brims with essential links for synthetic organic chemists.

A grab bag of what you'll find: online journals, patent sites, spectra databases, boiling points of solvents, software for drawing molecules, a textbook on organometallic compounds, and a guide to naming carbohydrates.

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