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Organic Letters is the highest impact communications journal in the field of Organic Chemistry. Publishing brief reports on cutting-edge research, creative approaches, and innovative ideas in a broad range of organic chemistry research to be quickly shared with other scientists, the journal quickly established itself as a leader in the field through the vision of founding Editor-in-Chief, Amos B. Smith III and his Associate Editors.
Organic Letters serves as the international forum for the communication of important research in all branches of the theory and practice of: organic chemistry (including organometallic and materials chemistry), physical and theoretical organic chemistry, natural products isolation and synthesis, new synthetic methodology, and bioorganic and medicinal chemistry.
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