The bonds in an amide are notoriously difficult to break: reaction times under mild, neutral-pH conditions are over 100 years. The only way to make amide bonds breakdown faster without resorting to acids, bases, and catalysts is to twist them physically. Now, Professor Guy Lloyd-Jones and Professor ...
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