Pareon Chemicals is able to fully support research programmes across a number of chemical fields. All of our research scientists are qualified at PhD level and specialise in a wide range of synthetic organic chemistry. We have the ability to design new routes to complicated molecules and we can also advise our customer where required on state of the art procedures. All of our research services are conducted under strict confidentially. The results of contract research projects are communicated in the form of weekly updates and final reports. Alternatively scientists at Pareon are able to update external electronic lab books as required.
Successful drug discovery programmes depend on access to novel chemical space. The varied nature of the synthetic work we conduct at Pareon Chemicals means that we are able to exploit new technologies to provide chemical libraries that extend beyond the usual structures accessible through traditional parallel synthesis methods.
As veterans of total synthesis projects, scientists at Pareon Chemicals have extensive experience in the development and optimization of multi-step syntheses. Our in depth knowledge of modern and classical chemical processes, in combination with our practical expertise, allows us investigate a number of reaction types and variables in search of the optimal route for our client’s needs.
Increased regulatory focus on impurities in active pharmaceutical ingredients and final preparations has prioritized impurity profiling. We have extensive experience in the identification, characterization, and synthesis of unknown impurities that have arisen during the manufacturing process.
We are pleased to offer advice and consultancy on a wide range of chemical processes. Our chief scientific officer, Professor Philip Parsons FRSC, has acted as a senior consultant for the chemical industry for the last 35 years. Although his main specialty is chemical synthesis, he is also interested in a wide range of chemical processes suited to other areas which include polymer science, agrochemicals, material science and medicinal chemistry.
Professor Philip Parsons FRSC has been involved in advising in areas of patent litigation for the past three decades. In order to support our legal consultancy work we are also have research and custom contracts available to synthesise chemical standards where required.
As veterans of total synthesis projects, scientists at Pareon Chemicals have extensive experience in the development and optimization of multistep syntheses. Our in depth knowledge of modern and classical chemical processes, in combination with our practical expertise, allows us to investigate a number of reaction types and variables in search of the optimal route for our client’s needs.
Increased regulatory focus on impurities in active pharmaceutical ingredients and final preparations has highlighted the importance of impurity profiling. We have extensive experience in the characterization and preparation of impurities that have arisen during the manufacturing process.
Modern and classical chemical methods are used by our PhD qualified chemists to ensure completion of the custom synthesis projects on time and to full specification. Our chemists are familiar with a wide range of chemical transformations allowing us to complete even the most challenging of syntheses. Customers are welcome to provide their own synthetic routes to desired compounds and these projects will be dealt with on a fixed quotation. We are also keen to devise custom routes to the desired target based upon careful review of the literature and chemical expertise. For this service fixed term contracts are also available to ensure value for money.
As veterans of total synthesis research projects, scientists at Pareon Chemicals have extensive experience in the completion of multistep syntheses, which can sometimes culminate to 20+ steps. Our practical expertise allows us to complete even the most challenging of synthetic sequences to our client’s requirements on time and to full specification.
Heterocyclic compounds continue to be a major area of interest in the chemical industries due to their diverse structures, properties, and applications. To support research across the chemical industries we are able to supply a wide range of heterocyclic cores from mg to kg for further research.
Organic semiconductors have a number of important applications from OLEDs to organic photovoltaics. Pareon Chemicals has extensive experience in the synthesis of heterocyclic and acene structures which are privileged motifs within the organoelectronic industry. This enables us to fully support research programmes through monomer scale up, diversity orientated synthesis or discovery chemistry.
The global market for fluorochemicals has only increased in size and importance since it was estimated to be US$16 billion in 2006. Speciality fluorinated organics are now used extensively in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and materials industries. Pareon chemicals has a wide range of experience with efficient fluorination procedures from the direct use of fluorine gas to modern fluorination reagents such as Selectfluor®.
Microwave assisted organic synthesis allows researchers to perform reactions not possible under conventional heating. As Professor Philip Parsons has published original research in the area of clean and effective transformations mediated by microwave synthesis, Pareon Chemicals is ideally placed to support your research.