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Solution-phase Combinatorial Synthesis Of Ureas Using Nitrophenylcarbamates.

B. Raju, J. Kassir, T. P. Kogan
Published 1998 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Nitrophenylcarbamates were reacted with various amines to yield ureas. A high throughput purification of these crude products was achieved by using polymer bound scavengers.
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