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Le pari de la simplexité : Le simple et le complexe en synthèse organique

@inproceedings{Compain2003LePD,
  title={Le pari de la simplexit{\'e} : Le simple et le complexe en synth{\`e}se organique},
  author={P. Compain},
  year={2003}
}
Simplexity may be defined by the combination of simplicity and complexity within the context of a dynamic relationship between means and ends. The quest for simplicity constitutes the basis for all future challenges of organic synthesis: diversity, selectivity, green chemistry, and beauty. Due to the infinity of structures, i.e. properties, that has to be discovered, the focus of synthetic research is shifting gradually from target-oriented synthesis to diversity-oriented synthesis. A… Expand
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