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A Diverse Range of Syn­the­sis Techniques

In recent years, mar­ket demands for chem­i­cal prod­ucts have become increas­ing­ly diverse and spe­cial­ized, mean­ing that we must be able to offer cus­tomers a diverse range of syn­the­sis techniques.

Based on the strong devel­op­ment capac­i­ty of our RD cen­ter, Wat­son meets customer’s needs by lever­ag­ing our accu­mu­lat­ed wealth of tech­ni­cal knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence and har­ness­ing our diverse range of facil­i­ties and equip­ment designed for all kinds of chem­i­cal reactions.

We can take cus­tom syn­the­sis ser­vices from mil­ligram to ton scale and are an ide­al orga­ni­za­tion for per­form­ing cus­tom syn­the­sis that is essen­tial for your dis­cov­ery and pre­clin­i­cal needs. Our team has expe­ri­ence with var­i­ous chem­i­cal com­pounds includ­ing phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals, key inter­me­di­ates, metabo­lites and agro­chem­i­cals Our spe­cial­ized facil­i­ties can han­dle the most dif­fi­cult of projects includ­ing chi­ral syn­the­sis, sta­ble iso­topes and nat­ur­al prod­ucts. Our high­ly trained team of sci­en­tists is expe­ri­enced in med­i­c­i­nal chem­istry, process research and pilot plants.

Cus­tom syn­the­sis ser­vices include :

a. Small-Scale Synthesis
b. Syn­the­sis of API and Intermediates
c. Large-Scale Manufacturing


Our Exper­tise

Acety­la­tion
Acy­la­tion
Alky­la­tion
Ami­da­tion
Ammonoly­sis
Bromi­na­tion
Chlo­ri­na­tion
Chloromethy­la­tion
Chloro­sul­fona­tion
Con­den­sa­tion
Cycliza­tion
Dehalo­gena­tion
Dehy­dro­halo­gena­tion
Elim­i­na­tion
Ester­i­fi­ca­tion
Ether­i­fi­ca­tion
Formy­la­tion
Friedel-Carfts acy­la­tion
Fries rearrange­ment
Gabriel syn­the­sis
Grig­nard reaction
Halide exchange
Hof­mann degradation
Hydrogenation(catalytical)
Methy­la­tion
New­man-Kwart rearrangement
Nitra­tion
Nitro­sa­tion
Oxi­da­tion
Phase trans­fer reaction
Reduction(Catalytical, met­al hydrides)
Ring Fusion
Rosen­mund reduction
Sand­mey­er reaction
Saponi­fi­ca­tion
Schot­ten-Bau­mann reaction
Sub­sti­tu­tion
Sul­fa­tion
Sul­fona­tion
Trans­es­ter­i­fi­ca­tion
Vilsmeier reac­tion
Williamson ether synthesis

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