Welcome to SYNFACTS
Highlights in Chemical Synthesis
In SYNFACTS, current research results in chemical synthesis from the primary literature are screened, selected, evaluated, summarized, and enriched with personal comments by experts in their fields on a monthly basis.
SYNFACTS addresses the needs of synthetic chemists in academia (including students) and industry by helping them to know, learn, and think more about their own field as well as neighboring disciplines. SYNFACTS stimulates the reader's research and the development of exciting new ideas. The journal is also aiming to support teaching and lecturing activities as well as examination preparation.
SYNFACTS offers the reader summaries of the most significant current results from the primary literature in the following thematic categories, which are directly accessible by clicking on the respective category name:
- Synthesis of Natural Products
- Synthesis of Heterocycles
- Synthesis of Materials and Unnatural Products
- Metals in Synthesis
- Polymer-Supported Synthesis
- Organo- and Biocatalysis
- Innovative Drug Discovery and Development
- Peptide Chemistry
- Flow Chemistry
is also available as part of the online edition of SYNFACTS via Thieme E-Journals. More information can be found here.
Please note the following category changes/merges:
Metals in Synthesis replaced the previous categories Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Synthesis and Stereoselective Reactions and Metal-Mediated Synthesis.
Synthesis of Natural Products replaced Synthesis of Natural Products and Potential Drugs.
Innovative Drug Discovery and Development replaced Chemistry in Medicine and Biology.
Summarized information on SYNFACTS can also be found in the Imprint.