The “Ullmann-type” Reactions include copper-catalyzed nucleophilic aromatic substitution between various nucleophiles (e.g. glycine) with aryl halides. On the video it is demonstrated that how does a reaction looks like when it is performed on a molar scale with over 100g of reactants using copper as a catalyst.
Jane: I once went on holiday and pretended to be twins. It was amazing fun. I invented this mad, glamorous sister and went around really annoying everybody. And d’you know, I could get away with anything when I was my crazy twin Jane.
Sally: But you’re Jane.
Jane: Kinda stuck. It’s a long story.