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Regioselective solvation in a polymeric lithium amide: remarkable twisted ladder structure of [{[PhCH2N(H)Li]2.H2NCH2Ph}n]

Kennedy, A.R. and Mulvey, R.E. and Robertson, A. (1998) Regioselective solvation in a polymeric lithium amide: remarkable twisted ladder structure of [{[PhCH2N(H)Li]2.H2NCH2Ph}n]. Chemical Communications (London), 1998 (1). pp. 89-90. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

The hemi-benzylamine complex of lithium benzylamide exists in the crystal as an infinite, twisted-ladder structure of fused (NLi)2 rings; curiously, one edge of the ladder is solvated by benzylamine molecules, while the other is solvent-free.