Automated extraction of chemical synthesis actions from experimental procedures

@article{Vaucher2020AutomatedEO,
  title={Automated extraction of chemical synthesis actions from experimental procedures},
  author={A. Vaucher and F. Zipoli and Joppe Geluykens and Vishnu H. Nair and P. Schwaller and T. Laino},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Experimental procedures for chemical synthesis are commonly reported in prose in patents or in the scientific literature. The extraction of the details necessary to reproduce and validate a synthesis in a chemical laboratory is often a tedious task requiring extensive human intervention. We present a method to convert unstructured experimental procedures written in English to structured synthetic steps (action sequences) reflecting all the operations needed to successfully conduct the… Expand
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