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Organic Process Research and Development

Title Abbreviation
Org Process Res Dev
Electronic ISSN
Chemists, Industrial Scientists, Organic Chemists, Pharmacologists
The journal Organic Process Research & Development serves as a communication tool between industrial chemists and chemists working in universities and research institutes. As such, it reports original work from the broad field of industrial process chemistry but also presents academic results that are relevant, or potentially relevant, to industrial applications. The Journal aims to cover R&D from and for the fine organic chemicals and specialty chemicals industries, including pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, electronic chemicals, flavors and fragrances, intermediates, food additives, and specialty polymers, with work from commodity chemicals, petrochemicals, and polymers being appropriate as well. In summary, Organic Process Research & Development serves the community interested in the practical application of organic chemistry, both in industry and academia, by publishing original scientific work, reviews on relevant topics, as well as highlights pertinent to our readers.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Publisher Name
American Chemical Society (ACS)
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