Computers as an Aid in Organic Synthesis Design
Predictably, problem solving computer programs will become routine tools for the chemist in the near future. This will change the general outlook in chemistry, as well as the choice of research problems, and the approaches to their solution in a similarly profound manner, as we have experienced in the past with the advent of the modern analytical methods which include the various types of chromatography, and also the determination of chemical structures by IR, UV, NMR, ESR and mass spectroscopy, and X-ray crystallography.
KeywordsChemical Problem Equivalent Atom Synthetic Target Chemical Distance Atomic Descriptor
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