e-EROS Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis

e-EROS Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis

Online ISBN: 9780470842898

DOI: 10.1002/047084289X

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.

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EROS Best Reagent Award

2015 Winner

EROS Best Reagent Award 2015

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

Find out more about the award and winning reagent here

Previous EROS winner:

2014 Corey R. J. Stephenson for reagent Ruthenium(II), Tris(2,2'-bipyridine-?N1,?N1')-, (OC-6-11)-

Watch the EROS on-demand award lectures

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