SPRESImobile provides you with a powerful and convenient way to access ChemReact, containing around 410,000 chemical reactions and related references. InfoChem created ChemReact for chemists who need information about effective reaction transformations. We achieved this by selecting representative examples of each reaction type from the larger SPRESI data collection of 1974–2001. By Eidogen-Sertanty.
Search and examine 25 (free) or all 250 (paid) important chemical transformations from the best-selling book Strategic Applications of Named Reactions in Organic Synthesis by László Kürti and Barbara Czakó. A helpful list of over 450 chemical abbreviations you may encounter in your research is also included. For each abbreviation or acronym, view the full name and structure, where relevant.
Reagents contains information on more than 80 reagents covered in typical undergraduate organic chemistry courses, along with a summary of all their important reactions. By Metamolecular, LLC.
Calculated reaction and activation energies for elementary coupling reactions occurring on metal surfaces can be found by using a web application called CatApp. This tool provides access to data for reactions of molecules with up to three C, N, or O atoms on a number of different transition-metal surfaces. The underlying dataset is generated from a consistent set of DFT calculations and extrapolations based on linear scaling relations.
Yield101 is the lab-bench companion app for Reaction101: define your reaction components (reactants and products), and enter any quantity data you have available, which includes: stoichiometric equivalence, mass, volume, moles, density, and concentration. Yield101 will calculate the missing values when possible, and calculate the final percentage yield for products.
Reaction101 provides a way to draw chemical reactions on an iPhone, iPod or iPad. Built from components of the Mobile Molecular DataSheet (MMDS) from Molecular Materials Informatics, and integrated with the Mobile Reagents database from Eidogen-Sertanty, this app provides a quick but powerful way to create, view, edit, balance and store reactions on a mobile device. By Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc.
Named organic chemistry reactions, usually named after their discoverers, are a fundamental part of every chemist’s toolkit. ReactionFlash helps you learn and understand named reactions: from the famous, to those you’ve forgotten, to those only a Nobel Prize Winner knows!
Named Reactions Student includes all named organic reactions covered in undergraduate chemistry courses. Not only a great study aid, Named Reactions Student is a great app for individuals preparing to take the GRE, the MCAT, and other graduate school standardized admissions exams. Each reaction includes a description, tags, related reactions, reaction scheme, and carefully depicted mechanism. No Internet connection is required. By Synthetiq Solutions.
This is the free version of Named Reactions Pro, which contains 300 organic reactions. Named Reactions Lite contains details on a number of common organic reactions, from Aldol to Wittig. Reactions are fully indexed and searchable, and can be visually browsed through an intuitive “reaction card” view. Each reaction includes a description, tags, related reactions, reaction scheme, and carefully depicted mechanism. No Internet connection is required.
Named Reactions Pro contains details on over 300 organic reactions, from the acetoacetic ester synthesis to the Zincke reaction. Reactions are fully indexed and searchable, and can be visually browsed through an intuitive “reaction card” view. Each reaction includes a description, tags, related reactions, reaction scheme, and carefully depicted mechanism. No Internet connection is required. By Synthetiq Solutions.