New catalyst shown to be able to break down ‘toughest’ amide bonds

A research team at Japan’s Nagoya University has developed a series of new catalysts can hydrogenate ‘difficult substrates’, such as amide bonds under much milder conditions than was previously possible. The scientists recently published a study …
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