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<div><div><div><p>Organic reactions are usually assigned to classes grouping reactions with similar reagents and mechanisms. Reaction classes facilitate communication of complex concepts and efficient navigation through chemical reaction space. However, the classification process is a tedious task, requiring the identification of the corresponding reaction class template via annotation of the number of molecules in the reactions, the reaction center and the distinction between reactants anddoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.9897365.v3 fatcat:lekcxm33gbh2dcgtmrg4jrpjga