Whitepaper: Ten things you should know before contracting a custom synthesis project
Companies often need to arrange for the synthesis of test substances to support research and development efforts.
There are a number of important decisions to consider before proceeding with a contract for synthesis. An adaptation of the “Five W’s” for gathering information and problem solving—Who, What, When, Where, and Why—provides a good framework for decision-making.
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