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Identifying Molecular and Electronic Rearrangements

Member for

2 years 9 months ghianda

Hello all,

I need your help to solve a very big problem: I am working with a very large list of 'dirty' reactions (10^5).

I tried to clean them by using a simple Carbon count algorithm to balance reactants and products, but, through this method, I cannot identify those reactions that are simple electronic shiftings (e.g. pi-rearrangements) or atomic rearrangements because they don't change in terms of total number of carbons.

Any suggestions to do it?

Thanks of your help with this.

Giammy

Comments
Tue, 06/20/2017 - 12:32

Member for

2 years 9 months

ghianda

Hello Jon,

Thanks for this information. I am going to try to develop something using this combination between objects and snippets.

 

Best,

Giammy