chapter  9
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Encoding Techniques for Pool Libraries of Small Organic Molecules Pierfausto Seneci

III. Nonchemical Methods ........................................................................220 A. Optical Encoding.........................................................................220 B. Radiofrequency Encoding...........................................................222

IV. Experimental Comparison with Direct Deconvolution ......................225 V. Summary and Outlook .......................................................................227 References ....................................................................................................228

This review will cover encoding techniques for small organic molecule pool libraries, one of the most challenging and powerful techniques in combinatorial chemistry. A short introduction to illustrate briefly the advantages in library encoding and to compare the method with other structure determination techniques will be given, but for a more detailed introduction the reader should look elsewhere in this book [1].