Amination ReagentsDownload PDF
In the last two decades, there has been explosive progress in synthetic methods for the production of amino compounds due to the rapidly increasing number of applications in pharmaceutical and material sciences. Developing novel amination reagents for the construction of new carbon-nitrogen bonds is crucial for the synthesis of amino molecules. For this purpose, many practical amination reagents such as Di-tert-butyl-iminodicarboxylate and Diformylimide sodium salt, with their high efficiency and excellent substrate diversity under mild reaction conditions, have been developed.
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