From: Derek McPhee (djmcphee$##$sympatico.ca)
Date: Thu Mar 08 2001 - 07:41:12 EST
Such a website already exists. MolBank (http://www.mdpi.org/molbank/)
publishes such experimental descriptions in one page-per-molecule
format, searchable at http://www.molbank.org by 2D structure,
substructure, author , compound name, etc.
> Jiri Janovsky wrote:
> > Dear colleagues :
> > I kindly suggest to establish The Orglist Synthetic Letters, where
> > simple and facile preparations of the important organic or inorganic
> > compounds would be presented. The following synthesis is the first
> > contribution into the forum. This is the original translation from
> > the czech hanbook published in 1972. The full citation is mentioned
> > below. Your comments are cordially welcomed.
> Dear Jiri, I think it's an excellent idea. I would consider doing it
> as an informal collection of recipes in a public database. The
> submission of new entries could involve mailing them to (equally
> informal) peer review, or unreviewed insertion into a webform.
> The search interface would be another webform. Simultaneously,
> the entire web tree should also be indexed by a popular search
> engine such as Google.
> -- Eugene
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