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Upcoming SYNTHESIS Special Topics open for submissions are listed below!

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  • If you intend to submit a manuscript, please inform the corresponding (guest) editor first, remembering to include the title of your manuscript and the article type (e.g. Review, Short Review, or Original Paper).
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Upcoming Topics

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Bond Activation in Honor of Prof. Shinji Murai
Hideki Yorimitsu (Send e-mail) / Naoto Chatani
Deadline: April 30, 2021
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Since the discovery of the Murai reaction in 1993, activation of inert bonds such as C–H and C–O bonds has been an important current topic in the field of synthetic chemistry. It is with great pleasure that we mark this epoch-making discovery with a dedicated SYNTHESIS Special Issue 'Bond Activation' to celebrate the career of Prof. Shinji Murai and his many contributions to organic synthesis using transition-metal catalysts.

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Cycloadditions – Established and Novel Trends – in Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize Awarded to Otto Diels and Kurt Alder
Deadline: May 1, 2021
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Special Issue dedicated to Prof. Sarah Reisman, Recipient of the 2019 Dr. Margaret Faul Women in Chemistry Award 
Franziska Schoenebeck / Margaret Faul / Alois Fürstner 
Deadline: April 15, 2021
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In 2019, Prof. Sarah Reisman from the California Institute of Technology has been chosen as the first recipient of the Dr. Margaret Faul Award for Women in Chemistry. It is with great pleasure that we mark this prize award with a dedicated SYNTHESIS Special Issue to celebrate the career of Prof. Sarah Reisman and her many contributions to organic synthesis. 

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Conference Special Issue (ISySyCat2021)
Anthony Burke 
Deadline: April 15, 2021
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This Special Issue includes contributions from the participants of the International Symposium on Synthesis and Catalysis 2021.

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Special Issue dedicated to Prof. Ferenc Fülöp
Paul Knochel (Send e-mail) / Loránd Kiss 
Deadline: October 15, 2021
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Special Issue dedicated to Prof. Alain Krief
Paul Knochel (Send e-mail) / Guillaume Berionni
Deadline: November 15, 2021
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  • Published Special Topics 2021/2020/2019

    Functional Organic Molecules
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Recent Advances in Metal-Catalyzed Ring Construction
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Synthesis in Industry
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Recent Advances in Amide Bond Formation
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Bürgenstock 2019: Future Stars in Organic Chemistry
    Paul Knochel
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    This Special Section includes contributions from the JSP fellows of the 2019 Bürgenstock Conference.

     

    Domino C–H Functionalization Reaction/ Cascade Catalysis in Honor of Prof. Mark Lautens
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Halogenation Methods (with a View towards Radioimaging Applications)
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Amination Reactions
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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    Bürgenstock 2018: Future Stars in Organic Chemistry
    Paul Knochel
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    This Special Section includes contributions from the JSP fellows of the 2018 Bürgenstock Conference.

     

    Ruthenium in Organic Synthesis
    Franziska Schoenebeck
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