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Mixed Lithium Magnesium Aryl Oxides Derived from Cresol: Crystal Structures and Solution NMR Studies of an Unexpected, Magnesium-Rich Oxo Product with a Trigonal Bipyramidal LiMg4 Cage and an Expected Lithium-Rich Product with a More Familiar Li.cntdot..cntdot..cntdot.Mg.cntdot..cntdot..cntdot.Li Chain

Henderson, Kenneth W. and Mulvey, Robert and Reinhard, Friedrich B. M. and Clegg, William and Horsburgh, Lynne (1994) Mixed Lithium Magnesium Aryl Oxides Derived from Cresol: Crystal Structures and Solution NMR Studies of an Unexpected, Magnesium-Rich Oxo Product with a Trigonal Bipyramidal LiMg4 Cage and an Expected Lithium-Rich Product with a More Familiar Li.cntdot..cntdot..cntdot.Mg.cntdot..cntdot..cntdot.Li Chain. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 116 (23). pp. 10777-10778. ISSN 0002-7863

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Abstract

Intermetallic organoelement compounds of lithium and magnesium, lithium magnesiates, are still numerically rare, even though over 40 years has passed since their initial synthesis Reported herein is the extension of this class of compound to aryl oxides, derived from o-cresol.