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Methods in organic synthesis.

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Language:
English.
Beginning date:
1984
Imprint:
Nottingham, England : Royal Society of Chemistry, 1984-
Format:
  • Journal/Periodical, Database
  • v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Title Variation:
MOS
Also known as: MOS database
Frequency:
Monthly
Vol/date range:
1984, no. 1 (Jan. 1984)-
Note:
Title from cover.
Summary:
MOS is an alerting service covering the most important current developments in organic synthesis. It is designed with the synthetic organic chemist in mind, providing informative reaction schemes and covering new reactions and new methods. The information is available in a printed publication containing in excess of 200 new reaction schemes each month and as a text-searchable web database. An email alerting service is also available, allowing users to sign up for an email message every time a new monthly bulletin is published online. The service covers such topics as: new reactions and reagents, functional group changes, the introduction of chiral centres, and enzyme and biological transformations. Items are selected for inclusion in MOS only where there is detail of novel or interesting features in organic synthetic methods so that there are no routine preparations to plough through. Each MOS item includes reaction schemes, title and bibliographic details, and the items are categorised by five indexes: Author, Product, Reaction, Reactant and Reagent.
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Some issues also available online to subscribers and registered users.
Note:
Available online to Stanford-affiliated users.
Contributor:
Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
Subjects:
ISSN:
0265-4245
Key Title:
Methods in organic synthesis

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