Buchwald-Hartwig amination

Definition: A reaction in which an aryl halide or aryl triflate reacts with a primary or secondary amine in the presence of base to give a secondary or tertiary amine. It is catalysed by a palladium catalyst.

ID: RXNO:0000192


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