synthetic chemistry

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the formation or building up of complex compounds by uniting simpler ones.

synthetic chemistry

the science dealing with the formation of more complex chemical compounds from simpler substances.
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Of these the environmental segment is expected to be the leading market in the world and holds sway over chemical synthesis and the other two segments.
Increasing Use in New Chemical Synthesis Processes III-65
Biocatalysts are increasingly used by chemists engaged in fine chemical synthesis within both industry and academia.
The focus is on zeolite catalysts, which are widely used in refining, petrochemicals, and organic chemical synthesis.
The alliance combines Cardinal Health's capabilities in chemical synthesis route-finding and drug development with Helsinn's scale-up and manufacturing skills for delivering high quality APIs, Helsinn company executives said.
Now, British and Italian researchers say they have assembled a large, three-pronged molecule that resembles Trinacria's emblem, using a powerful new strategy of chemical synthesis.
The specific end-use segments analyzed are Pulp & Paper, Textiles, Environmental, Chemical Synthesis, and Miscellaneous (Household applications, Detergents, Cosmetics, Oral & Hygiene Products, and Others).
For example, in polymerization catalysts, metallocene single-site catalysts will exhibit the fastest growth, while in chemical synthesis catalysts, biocatalysts will keep posting some of the fastest growth.
New strategies in chemical synthesis and catalysis.
Verbicky, manager of GE's Chemical Synthesis Laboratory.
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announced that the two companies will provide file exchange between Tripos' molecular design systems and Advanced ChemTech's robotics systems for automated chemical synthesis.