In chemistry, Synthetic Chemistry is an unnatural implementation of beneficial chemical reactions to get one or several products. This happens by physical and chemical manipulations basically associating one or more reactions. In modern lab uses, the procedure is reproducible and well-founded. A chemical synthesis requires one or more compounds that will undergo a modification when put through to a certain state. Different reaction types can be applied to prepare the preference product. This needs mixing the compounds in a reaction jar, such as a chemical reactor or a simple round-bottom flask. Many reactions need a different form of work-up or distillation procedures to separate the final result.