Organocatalysis and New Strategies

Organocatalysis refers to the rate of a chemical reaction increased by an organic catalyst referred to as an "organocatalyst" consisting of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur and other nonmetal elements found in organic compounds. The absence of sensitivity to oxygen and moisture, their ease availability, low cost, and low toxicity confers a huge direct benefit in the production of pharmaceutical intermediates when compared with (transition) metal catalysts is the advantages of the organocatalysts.

  • Novel Reactivity and Catalytic Reactions
  • Organic Chemistry and Cancer
  • New catalytic strategies for chemical synthesis
  • Chemical approaches for biosynthesis of small molecules
  • Total synthesis of natural products
  • Mechanistic organic chemistry
  • Sustainable organic chemistry
  • New Insights in Catalysis

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