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Structures of the potassium aluminates [{K-2(Me(3)AlOBu(t))(2)center dot pmdeta}(infinity)] and [{K(pmdeta)(2)}(+)(AlMe(4))(-)]: how the nature of the alane reagent determines which of these products form from alkoxide-containing reaction mixtures

Craig, F J and Kennedy, A R and Mulvey, R E and Spicer, M D (1996) Structures of the potassium aluminates [{K-2(Me(3)AlOBu(t))(2)center dot pmdeta}(infinity)] and [{K(pmdeta)(2)}(+)(AlMe(4))(-)]: how the nature of the alane reagent determines which of these products form from alkoxide-containing reaction mixtures. Chemical Communications (London) (16). pp. 1951-1952. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

Equimolar mixtures of AlMe(3), Bu(t)OK, and pmdeta produce either title compound depending on whether solvent-free, dimeric [(AlMe(3))(2)] or the amine-solvated monomer [Me(3)Al .(H)N(CH(2)Ph)(2)] is used as the source of the alane.