Organic Syntheses is a founded Scientific magazine in 1921 and which publishes detailed and checked procedures syntheses of made up organics bound for the community of the Chimiste S. It is a review with Reading panel whose reputation is solid.
The history of Organic Syntheses begins in 1914 with the First World War. Because of the conflict, the USA are cut European suppliers who provide the majority of the chemicals necessary to American research. In answer in this irrefutable fact, the Université of Illinois with Urbana-Champaign sets up summer preps during which students work with the improvement of the methods of synthesis for research in chemistry. Among the chemical compounds for which the need is felt more for example the dye S for photographic films appear. The research effort in this field pushes with the creation of division Organic chemistry of Kodak. The summer preps also contribute to the effort of war during the Second world war, but they are abandoned in 1950: they are not necessary any more because the companies of chemistry developed their own infrastructures of research. During every year of existence of the summer preps , the methods of synthesis developed by the students were recorded and published in the form of booklets between 1919 and 1921 then in a review, Organic Syntheses. The contributions to the review are then provided at the same time by industrial laboratories and university laboratories. In 1998, the board of directors of the review decides to publish all volumes already published and to come from Organic Syntheses on Internet in open Accès.
Internet site of the review
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