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Upon Further Review

Over the past month or two several reviews have been published which mention or have fluorous sections within them.  None of these reviews are dedicated to fluorous techniques, but rather to other topics where fluorous methods are just a part. … Continue reading

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Linker Strategies in Solid Phase Organic Synthesis

That’s the title of a new book published by Wiley and recently reviewed by Prof. Mark Kurth in J. Am. Chem. Soc. Linker selection is critical to solid phase synthesis since it is the structural element that connects the heterogeneous … Continue reading

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Is Fluorous Chemistry Green?

On the heels of a review about sustainable chemistry for heterocycle synthesis is a “critical review” in the journal Green Chemistry from Prof. Wei Zhang at UMass-Boston.  The review is entitled, ” Green chemistry aspects of fluorous techniques – opportunities … Continue reading

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Let’s review

A short commentary on two other recent reviews. The first is a mini-review from Kumar and Waldmann entitled “Synthesis of Natural Product Inspired Compound Collections” in Angewandte Chemie.  If it sounds familiar, it should, because it’s essentially the same subject … Continue reading

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