Solid-Supported Reagents

We offer both polystyrene- and silica-supported reagents. The utilization of solid-supported reagents provides researchers with an effective tool for producing synthetic steps that are clean with easily isolated products. Toxic materials remain attached to the polymer support and reagents can be utilized in vast excesses with only a simple filtration required to remove them from reaction media.


is a lightly cross-linked gel-type polystyrene resin with a diphenylphosphine end-group

Benzyldiphenylphosphine Structure

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Borohydride (BH4):

Versatile reducing agent for carbonyl groups and immines.

Borohydride Structure

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Cyanoborohydride (BH3CN):

Mild reducing agent utilized in reductive amination reactions.

Cyanoborohydride Structure

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Diisopropylethylamine (DIEA):

Solid supported tertiary amine useful in all acid scavenging protocols.

Diisopropylethylamine Structure

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Morpholine (NMM)

Solid supported tertiary amine useful in all acid scavenging protocols.

Morpholine Structure

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Piperazine (PPZ)

Versatile reagent for performing many organic reactions including Knovoenagel, Vilsmeyer and Mannich.

Piperazine Structure

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Sulfonic Acid (SO3H)

Strongly acidic supported reagent capable of scavenging most amines from reaction media as well as some analines.

Sulfonic Acid Structure

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Sulfonyl Chloride (SO2Cl)

Solid supported equivalent of Tosyl Chloride capable of amine protection, alcohol activation and scavenging of primary and secondary amines.

Sulfonyl Chloride Structure

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Thiourea (ThU)

Versatile scavenger of organometallic species.

Thiourea Structure

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