Organohalogen Chemistry

"Chemical sciences journal is among the Leading journals in Organohalogen chemistry. Chemical sciences publishes innovative and novel reports of high quality and broad appeal that have a strong chemical component as well as cross-disciplinary impact. Both experimental and theoretical works are considered. Organo halogen chemistry is the branch of chemistry dealing with the study of the organic compounds containing halogen atoms as part of their molecules. Examples- Haloalkanes (alkyl halides), haloarenes (aryl halides), and acid halides are some important class of these compounds. The organohalogen compounds find many applications in day to day life and in industry. They are used as solvents in laboratory and in industries (like chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, westron, westrosol); as precursors to other organic molecules; as anesthetics (e.g. halothane); as refrigerants (like freons); etc. Organohalogens are widely used in industry and society. Chloromethane is used as a solvent in rubber polymerization. Bromomethane is an important fumigant; the related halons (CBrClF 2 and CBrF 3 ) are better fire extinguishants than carbon dioxide. OMICS group organize international conferences annually all over the world along with hosting leading peer-reviewed journals. One of our journal related conference, “3rd International Conference on ,Medicinal Chemistry & Computer Aided Drug Designing” December 08-10, 2014 San Francisco, USA” accords great importance. "
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