Special Issue "Organic Chemistry Research in Hungary"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2022) | Viewed by 14804
Interests: organophosphorus chemistry; green chemistry; microwave chemistry; catalysts; ionic liquids
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Molecules: Recent Advances in Organophosphorus Chemistry
Special Issue in Molecules: Organophosphorus Chemistry 2018
Special Issue in Symmetry: Recent Advances in the Field of Non-common Heteroatom-Containing, Optically Active Molecules
Special Issue in Molecules: Organic Chemistry Including Heteroatoms
Topical Collection in Symmetry: Feature Papers in Chemistry
Special Issue in Molecules: Organophosphorus Chemistry 2021
Special Issue in Symmetry: Asymmetric Centers in Optically Active Molecules Containing a Heteroatom
Special Issue in Molecules: Green Approaches in Organic Chemistry
Interests: esterification; catalysts; organophosphorus compounds
This Special Issue of Chemistry on Hungarian research publishes reviews/perspectives on all fields of organic chemistry and applied organic chemistry, as well as research articles on hot topics. The topics may embrace new synthetic methods, bio-organic chemistry, organo-metallic chemistry (metal organic chemistry), heteroatom chemistry (organophosphorus chemistry), selective and asymmetric syntheses, optical resolution, heterocyclic chemistry (N- or O-heterocycles), macrocycles including crown ethers and calixarenes, natural product chemistry (alkaloids, steroids, and flavonoids), catalytic and green chemistry, organocatalysis, biocatalysis, phase transfer catalysis, heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis, P-ligands, C–C and P–C coupling reactions, click reactions, microwave chemistry, ionic liquids, flow chemistry, suitable aspects of medicinal chemistry and polymer chemistry, as well as analytical methods in organic chemistry. Theoretical aspects including mechanisms are also within the scope of this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. György Keglevich
Dr. Rádai Zita
Dr. Réka Henyecz
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- organic chemistry
- natural products
- organophosphorus chemistry
- biologically active compounds
- coupling reactions
- homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis
- phase transfer catalysis
- green chemistry
- microwave chemistry
- ionic liquids
- flow chemistry