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Inverse crown ether complexes: extension to potassium through the synthesis of [{[(Me3Si)(2)N](4)K2Mg2(O-2)}(infinity)], a peroxo- centred macrocycle linked into infinite chains by intermolecular K center dot center dot center dot CH3(SiMe2) interac

Kennedy, A.R. and Mulvey, R.E. and Raston, C.L. and Roberts, B.A. and Rowlings, R.B. (1999) Inverse crown ether complexes: extension to potassium through the synthesis of [{[(Me3Si)(2)N](4)K2Mg2(O-2)}(infinity)], a peroxo- centred macrocycle linked into infinite chains by intermolecular K center dot center dot center dot CH3(SiMe2) interac. Chemical Communications (London), 1999 (4). pp. 353-354. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

The title compound represents the first potassium example of a novel class of amide-supported heterobimetallic macrocycle having a dicationic (N4K2Mg2)2+ octagonal ring framework surrounding a dianionic (O2)2- core.