The Discovery of an Amino C-H Arylation Reaction

The MacMillan group, at the University of Princeton USA, recently reported in Science, the “Discovery of an a-Amino C–H Arylation Reaction Using the Strategy of Accelerated Serendipity” with Chemspeed’s SYNTHESIZER technology. Learn from their success story!
(DOI: 10.1126/science.1213920 or Science, 2011, 334, 6059, 1114 – 1117

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March 7, 2012