e-EROS Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis
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Online ISBN: 9780470842898
About this Database
e-EROS, the one source for in-depth online information on reagents and catalysts for all chemists planning or working on organic syntheses.
e-EROS gives detailed information on more than 4,500 reagents and catalysts, and every year more than 200 new or updated articles are added in order to keep the Database up-to-date. All material published in e-EROS has been carefully selected, commissioned and edited by the e-EROS Editorial Board: Philip Fuchs, Jeffrey Bode, André Charette and Tomislav Rovis.
e-EROS is easy to navigate and offers a range of possibilities to find required information:
• Browse through the A-Z list of Reagents and Catalysts
• Use The Smart Article - enhanced articles tools, to search for structure and reaction through e-EROS and across related products, such as Organic Synthesis or Organic Reactions
• Use the Search Functions of Wiley Online Library in order to do alphanumeric searches
• Look up names of contributors
• All articles of interest can be downloaded as HTML or PDF files
Since October 2013 e-EROS now features The Smart Article. This format allows the user within the HTML files to perform structure, substructure and reaction searching within e-EROS or across all Wiley products incorporating The Smart Article. Find out more about The Smart Article here.
Some of the content published in e-EROS is also available in print and e-book format. For further information on the e-EROS books programme click here.
EROS Best Reagent Award
EROS Best Reagent Award sponsored by Aldrich® Chemistry and John Wiley & Sons
Congratulations to Phil S. Baran for winning the EROS Best Reagent Award 2015 for the reagent Zinc trifluoromethanesulfinate
Previous EROS winner:
2014 Corey R. J. Stephenson for reagent Ruthenium(II), Tris(2,2'-bipyridine-?N1,?N1')-, (OC-6-11)-
2014 EROS Best Reagent Award Lecture: Professor Corey Stephenson
Visible light enabled catalysis
2013 EROS Best Reagent Award Lecture: Huw M. L. Davies
Metal Carbenoids Derived from Vinyldiazoacetates: Past and Present
2012 EROS Best Reagent Award Lecture: Bruce H. Lipshutz
Need to Make a Bond? Try it in Water @ RT
2011 EROS Best Reagent Award Lecture: Paul Knochel
i-PrMgCl-LiChl and Related LiCl-Modified Reagents for Organic Synthesis