Organic Reactions 4+

Florent Breton

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 92 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Over 200 reactions and their detailed mechanism in organic chemistry

This app allows people working in organic chemistry for a quick access to the main functional group reactions and their mechanisms.
The application is organized to provide a direct link between a reactant and its corresponding product, as well as the synthesis and protection reactions.

To enable a regular updating and to support this work, some of the functions, and a list of reactions sorted by name requires an additional purchase.

If you have any problem, do not hesitate to send me an email, by explaining the nature of your problem and your phone model.

What’s New

Version 2.3

- resolution in visual bug for Ios 13
- partial translation in japanese, spanish, french and german

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

steve ULL ,

I am blown away

This app is extremely easy to use! Very useful! You may have to pay 3 dollars to get the carbonyl reactions, however it has plenty even without that! Where was this when I took organic 1 and 2!

jmack443 ,

Organic chemistry crib sheet

Nice app! I could have used this a long time ago when studying organic. For each basic type of molecule, synthesis of the target type, protection groups, and reactions involving the target are given. Very nicely laid out!

Nick_diaz_ ,

Alkene reactions

Love the potential in this app, it’s super helpful!. Just for aesthetic purposes can y’all try to fix up the main reaction map on iPhone 11. Some of the names of arrows are not lined up properly so it’s difficult to choose which compound the arrow is pointed to. Only has on issue on the right side of the reaction. I would love to use this app more before my Ochem final in 2 weeks

Developer Response ,

Hi, thanks for using the app.
I can't check the app on modern phone since I have not access on iPhone 11. But to be more accurate, the arrows don't point on the text, but on the group, that means the text and the round button. And as with alkene there are lots of products of reactions, sometimes with long name, it's not easy to properly display them. The best result is what you can see currently.

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