Catalysis as a key technology for the environmentally benign synthesis of amines and amino acids.
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The rhodium-catalyzed amination of aromatic olefins and the palladium-catalyzed amidocarbonylation of aldehydes are presented as new atom-efficient methods to yield biologically interesting amines and N-acyl amino acids.
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