An alternative approach to 2-amino-phenylphosphonic acid
Abstract2-Amino-phenlyphosphonic acid can easily be prepared in five steps from aniline in 38% over-all yield with a phosphoramidate-aminophosphonate rearrangement reaction as the key-step.Â
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