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Reaxys chemical reaction search

Search more than 72 million chemical reactions

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Quickly find chemical reactions, named reactions, synthesis reactions and exploratory reaction information

Are you looking to find information on chemical reactions? Designed by chemists, Reaxys is more than a fast and flexible chemistry database. It’s a cheminformatics solution that delivers chemistry facts the way chemists need them. Access more than 72 million chemical reactions as well as factual properties, synthesis information and bibliographic data.

  • The world’s largest database of chemical reactions: search reactions by name, structure and drawings

  • Filter reaction results by yield, reagent, catalyst, solvent and more

  • See the precise properties, reactions or synthesis methods that have been excerpted from full-text literature

  • Award-winning Predictive Retrosynthesis: Combine high quality reaction data with machine learning technology

See for yourself the depth of chemical detail provided by Reaxys. Request a demonstration today.

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The world’s largest medicinal chemistry database

Over 500 million searchable experimental properties including 72 million chemical reactions.

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An exhaustive collection of literature

100 million+ literature records from 16,000 periodicals describing applications in material sciences, biomedicine, geosciences, engineering, technology, environmental sciences, pharmacology and more. 

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Over 72m reactions records

Including excerpted data on reaction conditions, solvents, catalyst and yield.

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“Reaxys has millions of reactions and molecules. In terms of coverage, it has a broader variety of reaction classes than a lot of other databases.”

Adarsh Arun


Adarsh Arun

First-year Ph.D. student at University of Cambridge, UK