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Wellington Environmental Reference Materials (ERMs): Freeze-Dried Fish Tissues & Extract | Greyhound Chromatography
Wellington Environmental Reference Materials (ERMs): Freeze-Dried Fish Tissues & Extract
Chemical elements in mobile phones placed on ‘endangered’ list | Greyhound Chromatography
Chemical elements in mobile phones placed on ‘endangered’ list | Greyhound Chromatography
TCI Click Chemistry | Greyhound Chromatography
TCI Click Chemistry | Greyhound Chromatography
You can prevent plastic from harming marine wildlife | Greyhound Environmental
You can prevent plastic from harming marine wildlife | Greyhound Environmental
Viscosity Standards - CCS Viscosity Standards | Paragon Scientific | Greyhound Chromatography
Viscosity Standards - CCS Viscosity Standards | Greyhound Chromatography
New air pollution plans improve on EU rules, government claims | Greyhound Chromatography
New air pollution plans improve on EU rules, government claims | Greyhound Chromatography
Bees and Pesticides | Organic Reference Standards available from Greyhound Chromatography
Bees and Pesticides | Organic Reference Standards available from Greyhound Chromatography
Biosolve High Purity Solvents | Greyhound Chromatography Laboratory Consumables
High Purity Solvents | Greyhound Chromatography
Biosolve ULC/MS Grade Solvents | Supplied by Greyhound Chromatography
Biosolve ULC/MS Grade Solvents | Supplied by Greyhound Chromatography
Chromatography Consumables | TCI Click Chemistry | Greyhound Chromatography

TCI Click Chemistry

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“Click Chemistry” is a term which was first described by K. B. Sharpless of the Scripps Research Institute in 2001 to describe reactions that afford products in high yields and in excellent selectivities by carbon-hetero bond formation reactions. The term “Click” means joining molecular pieces as easily as clicking together the two pieces of a seat belt buckle. In general, the definition of click chemistry is described as follows:

1. give very high chemical yields of desired products

2. combination of readily available simple building blocks

3. generate almost no byproducts

4. simple product isolation by non-chromatographic methods

5. reaction proceeds in water, as well as in organic solvents

 

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