Supported Reagents: Opportunities and Limitations

2000 Synlett : Accounts and Rapid Communications in Synthetic Organic Chemistry  
The in vitro testing of collections of compounds has reached a stage where more compounds can be tested than can be synthesised. To keep up with this demand chemists have turned towards investigating parallel synthesis methods, which reduce the time spent in the work-up of a reaction. The vast literature regarding solution-phase chemistry and simple reaction monitoring has encouraged chemists to consider synthesis in solution-phase with the aid of supported reagents. Although the first
more » ... nts were published over three decades ago, only recently has their appeal reached a wider audience.
doi:10.1055/s-2000-8702 fatcat:erlgaai5ojbjhcerfaxnprl7ty