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The Organic Reactions Wiki

 Organic Reactions A comprehensive resource which provides information about the most important and useful synthetic reactions, organized primarily by reaction type. It contains mechanism, scope, and limitations of reactions for each reaction type. 

Based on this large work, there is freely accessible wiki which provides basic information about a reaction published in this collection. this can be accessed at http://organicreactions.org/index.php/Welcome_to_the_Organic_Reactions_Wiki_Home_Page

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