Endorsements ::: Current Organic Synthesis

ISSN: 1875-6271 (Online)
ISSN: 1570-1794 (Print)


Volume 11, 6 Issues, 2014


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Current Organic Synthesis

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Prof. Eduardo A Castro
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Buenos Aires
Argentina


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Endorsements

"Current Organic Synthesis aims to provide an informed up to date review on topical areas of interest to synthesis chemists. As such I expect this journal to be high on my list of reading priorities."

Steven V. Ley
Univ. of Cambridge, UK
"Synthetic organic chemistry is a vital, rapidly evolving field that has great impact not only on organic chemistry, but also on other major disciplines. The connection with pharmaceuticals and medicine is especially strong, but fields as diverse as molecular biology, materials science, electronics and several others are also influenced strongly by ongoing advances in synthesis. Therefore, the dissemination of the latest developments in Current Organic Synthesis as a new international journal will fill an important need in the world-wide scientific community."

Paul Helquist

"Current Organic Synthesis is an important review journal which is an essential reading in order to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest developments in the field."

Alain Krief

"Current Organic Synthesis is intended to be a platform where organic chemists may found the current information on the advances on any topic related with organic synthesis, including new emerging areas, comprehensively covered and critically analysed. The journal will be an extraordinary help for synthetic chemists, either from the point of view of teaching or of the research work."

Fernando López Ortiz

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