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Organocatalysis and Organometallics in Chemistry

The term "organocatalysis" refers to the process in which a low-molecular-weight organic molecule acts as an organocatalyst to catalyze a chemical reaction in stoichiometric quantities. The depiction of the field is given placing it in a green and feasible point of view of science.Organometallic compounds have a bond between the carbon of an organic molecule and a metallic atom. Indeed, even metalloid components like silicon, tin, and boron are known to shape organometallic intensifies which are utilized in a few modern synthetic responses. 

Related Tags: International Conference on Organocatalysis | International Conference on Agriculture Engineering, Biocatalysis, Organocatalysis and NanobiotechnologyInternational Conference on Renewable Chemicals and Designing Catalysis | International Conference on Development and Applications of Organocatalysis 
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