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A chemical reaction in which an amino group (–NH2) is introduced into a molecule. Examples of amination reaction include the reaction of halogenated hydrocarbons with ammonia (high pressure and temperature) and the reduction of nitro compounds and nitriles.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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