Organic chemistry is the study of the synthesis, structure, reactivity and properties of the diverse group of chemical compounds primarily constructed of carbon. All life on earth is carbon-based, thus organic chemistry
is also the basis of biochemistry. The ability to form compounds containing long chains of carbon atoms is the basis of polymer chemistry. Synthetic Organic Chemistry
may be a Special Branch of chemical synthesis and cares with the development of organic compounds via organic reactions. The current scope of “organic chemistry journals” typically covers the theory and practice of (i) new synthetic methods and methodologies, (ii) isolation and synthesis of natural products, (iii) organic reaction mechanisms based on physical and theoretical chemistry
approaches, (iv) bioorganic and medicinal chemistry, (v) organometallic chemistry, (vi) molecular recognition and supramolecular chemistry, and (vii) polymers
and materials chemistry.
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