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Amines are acylated with acetic anhydride. This reaction can be used to stabilise unstable alpha-amino ketones.

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2-Amino-1-(4-nitrophenyl)ethanone     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
Acetic anhydride     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
N-(2-(-4-Nitrophenyl)-2-oxoethyl)ethanamide     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
Acetic acid     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming

Interaction, Reaction, Process defined as:
Substitution: Addition-followed-by Elimination
Substitution: Nucleophilic @ Acyl-Nfg
Substitution: Nucleophilic Second Order
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