Name Reaction List by Marcus Brackeen; MonomerChem Inc

Custom Synthesis & Medicinal Chemistry Area

Acyloin Condensation
Aldol Condensation
Arbuzov Reaction
Arndt-Eistert Synthesis
Baeyer-Villiger Reaction
Bamford-Stephens Reaction
Barbier Reactions
Barbier-Wieland Degradation
Barton Reaction
Barton-McCombie Reaction
Barton Olefin Synthesis
Baudisch Reaction
Baylis-Hillman Reaction
Bechamp Reduction
Beckmann Rearrangement
Beckmann Fragmentation
Benzilic Acid Rearrangement
Benzoin Condensation
Bergman Reaction
Bernthsen Acridine Synthesis
Biginelli Reaction
Birch Reduction
Bishler-Mohlau Indole Synthesis
Bishler-Napieralski Reaction
Blaise Reaction
Blanc Reaction
Bodroux Reaction
Borsche-Drechsel Cyclization
Brackeen Imidazole Synthesis
Brook Rearrangement
Bucherer-Bergs Reaction
Cannizzaro Reaction
Carroll Rearrangement
Castro-Stephens Coupling
Chichibabin Reaction
Claisen Condensation
Claisen Rearrangement
Clemmensen Reduction
Combes Quinoline Synthesis
Conrad-Limpach Reaction
Cope Rearrangement
Cope Elimination Reaction
Cory-Kim Oxidation
Craig Method
Curtius Rearrangement
Dakin Reaction
Dakin West Reaction
Darzens Condensation
Dess-Martin Oxidation
Dieckmann Reaction
Diels-Alder Reaction
Doebner Reaction
Edman Degradation
Einhorn -Brunner Reaction
Emmert Reaction
Ene Reaction
Eschenmoser Fragmentation
Favorskii Rearrangement
Feist-Benary Synthesis
Finkelstein Reaction
Fischer Indole Synthesis
Fischer Oxazole Synthesis
Flood Reaction
Friedel-Crafts Acylation
Friedel-Crafts Alkylation
Friedlander Synthesis
Fries Rearrangement
Gabriel Synthesis
Gattermann-Koch Reaction
Goldberg Reaction
Grob Fragmentation
Hammick Reaction
Harries Ozonide Reaction
Heck Reaction
Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky Reaction
Henry Reaction
Hinsberg Thiophene Synthesis
Hofmann Reaction
Hofmann-Martius Rearrangement
Hunsdiecker Reaction
Jacobsen Epoxidation
Jones Oxidation
Knoevenagel Condensation
Knorr Pyrrole Synthesis
Knorr Quinoline Synthesis
Kolbe-Schmitt Reaction
Krapcho Decarboalkoxylation
Krohnke-Pyridine Synthesis
Kucherov Reaction
Leuckart Reaction
Letts Nitrile Synthesis
Lieben Iodoform Reaction
Lossen Rearrangement
Madelung Synthesis
Mannich Reaction
Milas Hydroxylation Reaction
Mitsunobu Reaction
McMurry Reaction
Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley Reduction
Peterson Reaction
Pinner Reaction
Pfitzner-Moffatt Oxidation
Pictet-Gams Isoquinoline Synthesis
Pictet-Spengler Isoquinoline Synthesis
Piloty-Robinson Synthesis
Pinacol Rearrangement
Pomeranz-Fritsch Reaction
Polonovski Reaction
Quelet Reaction
Reformatski Reaction
Reissert Reaction
Reissert Indole Synthesis
Riehm Quinoline Synthesis
Riley Oxidation
Ritter Reaction
Robinson Annulation
Rosenmund Reduction
Rowe Rearrangement
Rubottom Oxidation
Ruff-Fenton Degradation
Sandmeyer Reaction
Scholl Reaction
Schmidt Rearrangement
Schotten-Baumann Reaction
Sharpless Dihydroxylation
Sharpless Epoxidation
Simmons-Smith Reaction
Simonis Chromone Cyclization
Skraup Reaction
Sommelet-Hauser Rearrangement
Stephen Aldehyde Synthesis
Stevens Rearrangement
Swern Oxidation
Tiemann Rearrangement
Ullmann Reaction
Wacker Oxidation
Wharton Reaction
Whiting Reaction
Wichterle Reaction
Wolff Rearrangement
Wolff Kishner Reduction
Wittig Reaction
1,2-Wittig Rearrangement
2,3- Wittig Rearrangement


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