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Using Nitrogen to Simplify Synthesis of Drug Precursors

News   Feb 11, 2019 | Original story from Rice Unviersity

 
Using Nitrogen to Simplify Synthesis of Drug Precursors

A one-step method by synthetic organic chemists at Rice University allows nitrogen atoms to be added to precursor compounds used in the design and manufacture of drugs, pesticides, fertilizers and other products. Credit: Jeff Fitlow/ Rice University

 
 
 

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