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Experts in Custom Synthesis, Contract Research & Process Development

Custom Dye Synthesis

CS Solutions Ltd. can undertake complex and challenging custom synthesis projects to suit our customers’ needs. Our highly skilled team of chemists can work together alongside an on-going project as full-time equivalents (FTEs) in order to accelerate a project’s progress. We also carry out routine, established synthetic methods and multi-step synthesis on milligram to kilogram scales.

If you are able to provide full reaction details for a synthesis, we can provide a quote within 1 working day. Otherwise we are happy to carry out literature searches to determine appropriate synthetic methods for a given compound using scientific literature and patent databases.

Although CS Solutions Ltd. specialises in colour chemistry, all of our research chemists are very experienced in many areas of organic synthesis, and we frequently carry out custom synthesis work on non-coloured compounds such as liquid crystals or functionalising non-coloured polymers.

Our expert research team has years of experience working as synthetic organic chemists. As a result of this, we have built up a global network of industry contacts, allowing us to source the cheapest raw materials for your custom synthesis project. Saving money on raw materials and starting compounds for your synthetic process can be passed on to the customer, making CS Solutions Ltd the high quality, affordable choice for custom synthesis.

Working with us

Working with CSS you can be assured of full client confidentiality, starting from our initial briefing and consultation meetings. Unlike many other contract chemical research companies, when we research on your behalf, we ensure that all the Intellectual Property produced during the project is assigned to you, the client.

All products and intermediates supplied are accompanied by a Certificate of Analysis, including (where appropriate) NMR spectra, Mass Spectrometry data and a purity analysis carried out on our two state-of-the-art Agilent (1200/1260) HPLC machines.