Fine chemistry laboratory

A chemical synthesis laboratory, Atlanchim Pharma offers numerous services for pharmaceutical laboratories, biotech, the cosmetics and food industry, as well as universities in support of research. As a custom synthesis laboratory for chemical molecules, we synthesize heterocycles, sugars, chiral molecules, steroids or alkaloids. We can also synthesize compounds not described in the literature or introduce one or more stable isotopes into any type of organic molecule through cold labeling.

As a fine chemistry laboratory, we also isolate impurities within your API mixture by purification by chromatography on silica gel or by preparative TLC. We support you in your structural elucidation projects thanks to our analytical equipment and our expertise in chemical synthesis.

Ask for your free quote for all your needs in fine chemistry, chemical synthesis, impurity isolation and structural elucidation.

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    AtlanChim Pharma supports you in your laboratory-scale research and development programs (from mg to ten g) through recognized scientific expertise. For many years, with multiple achievements in organic synthesis (steroid chemistry, labeled molecules, heterocycles, etc.), we have put our know-how at your service to help you in your projects with your satisfaction as our driving force.

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    Chemical compounds are synthesized in a high-end production unit within quality assurance system ISO 9001-2015 certified. Delivered quantities extend from mg to grams. Specific requests for tailored-made molecules can be studied on request.

    The catalogue

    Chemical compounds are synthesized in a high-end production unit within quality assurance system ISO 9001-2015 certified. Delivered quantities extend from mg to grams. Specific requests for tailored-made molecules can be studied on request.

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    A large-scale Shi asymmetric epoxidation

    A large-scale Shi asymmetric epoxidation

    A large-scale Shi asymmetric epoxidation The asymmetric epoxidation of alkenes with oxone® (2KHSO5·KHSO4·K2SO4) and a fructose-derived ketone (epoxone) catalyst is known as Shi epoxidation. [1]

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