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Lewis base mediated rearrangements of alkali metal imides to η3-aza-allyl complexes: preparation and n.m.r. spectroscopic solution studies of [CH3CH2CH2C(H)C(But)N(H)·M·(HMPA)x]n(M = Li, x= 1; M = Na, x= 2)(HMPA = hexamethylphosphoramide)

ANDREWS, P C and ARMSTRONG, D R and MACGREGOR, M and Mulvey, Robert and REED, D (1989) Lewis base mediated rearrangements of alkali metal imides to η3-aza-allyl complexes: preparation and n.m.r. spectroscopic solution studies of [CH3CH2CH2C(H)C(But)N(H)·M·(HMPA)x]n(M = Li, x= 1; M = Na, x= 2)(HMPA = hexamethylphosphoramide). Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (18). pp. 1341-1342. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract

The η3-aza-allyl complexes [CH3CH2CH2[graphic omitted]·(HMPA)x]n[M = Li,x= 1, (1); M = Na, X= 2, (2)](HMPA = hexamethylphosphoramide) are formed in high yield when HMPA [OP(NMe2)3] is added to the metal imides, [Bun(But)CNM]n; complexes (1) and (2) have been fully characterised by elemental analyses, and by i.r. and n.m.r. (1H, 7Li, 13C) spectroscopies.