UNIST members are available to use ‘Science of Synthesis’ which is a full-text resource for methods in synthetic organic chemistry as a trial.
If you would like to search or find best methods for your experimental procedures, please refer to the following information and participate in the introduction session.
Science of Synthesis (SOS)
- Science of Synthesis (SOS) is an online reference in organic chemistry which provides full-text descriptions of organic transformations and synthetic methods as well as experimental procedures.
- Related fields: Synthetic chemistry, Organic chemistry, Organometallic chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Medical chemistry, and Biotechnology
- Access and More information: http://sos.thieme.com
SOS for UNISTARs
■ Trial service period: May 2, 2016 ~ June 15, 2016
■ Introduction session – in English
■ Date & Time: May 11, 2016 (Wed) 12:00~12:45 (Lunch will be provided for registered participants)
■ Location: EB1 # E207
■ To participate: Complete the online registration form
(URL: https://ko.surveymonkey.com/r/unist_sos, ~ May 9, Only 50 seats are available)
- Concept of Science of Synthesis
- How to search optimally for reliable synthetic methodologies in organic synthesis
- Key differences between Science of Synthesis and other chemistry databases
■ Speaker: Dr. Marcus White, Thieme Scientific editor