Special Issue "Recent Advances in Nitrogen-Containing Aromatic Heterocycles"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 17 December 2018
This Special Issue is dedicated to aromatic organic compounds containing one or more nitrogen atoms. These are five or six-membered rings, fused or not fused onto other rings, and containing nitrogen only or in combination with oxygen or sulfur. A surfeit of such compounds occurs in the chemical literature, including many natural substances and bioactive synthetic compounds. I am therefore looking forward to receiving timeless research articles, communications and reviews detailing the latest advances in synthetic methods, target oriented synthesis, applications, and biological evaluation of such small molecule heterocycles.
Prof. Dr. Fawaz Aldabbagh
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- heterocyclic chemistry
- medicinal chemistry
- natural products
- organic synthesis
- reactive intermediates
- synthetic methods