What are the functional groups in aspartame?, Chemistry

Carboxylic group,amino group,ester group,amide group group are key functional groups in aspartame although phenol is present it is not a functional group.

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Functional group of  Aspartame contains an ester, carboxylic acid, amide, and an amino group

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