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olid-Phase Organic Synthesis Edited by Kevin Burgess, Texas A & M University Efficient, high-throughput chemistry is now the focus of many research laboratories. Solid-phase organic syntheses are central to many of these combinatorial and parallel screening methodologies. Consequently, they have been a major scientific theme of the 1990s and promise to remain prominent for the first part of the new millennium. Indeed, a bewildering number of papers have entered the literature on this topic; some report minor modifications enabling transformation of solution-phase methods to a solid support, while others report major innovations. Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis collects, highlights, and critiques some of the key developments in the field.Leading practitioners explain different perspectives on diverse aspects of the area. Specific topics covered include: * Syntheses of guanidines * Palladium-catalyzed C-C bond forming reactions * S_nAr reactions for the formation of heterocycles * Sequence-specific arylalkyne oligomers * Resin-supported capture agents and other reagents * Synthesis on pins * Monitoring of supported reactions using IR * Solid-phase syntheses of natural product derivatives"
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Burgess v. United States, 553 U.S. 124 (2008), was a United States Supreme Court case concerning the interpretation of the words "federal drug offense" in the Controlled Substances Act.
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