The condensed organic reaction is a reaction in which two or more organic molecules interact to form a macromolecule by covalent bonding, often accompanied by a loss of small molecules (such as water, hydrogen chloride, and alcohol.) An organocatalyst capable of catalyzing a condensation organic reaction is called condensation organocatalyst.
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