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Remarkable reaction of hetero-S-block-metal amides with molecular oxygen: Cationic (NMNMg)(2) ring products (M = Li or Na) with anionic oxo or peroxo cores

Kennedy, A R and Mulvey, R E and Rowlings, R B (1998) Remarkable reaction of hetero-S-block-metal amides with molecular oxygen: Cationic (NMNMg)(2) ring products (M = Li or Na) with anionic oxo or peroxo cores. Agewandte Chemie-International Edition, 37 (22). pp. 3180-3183. ISSN 1433-7851

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Abstract

Deliberate treatment of solutions of amines with molecular oxygen has given rise to magnesium-substituted derivatives of classical alkali metal amide ring structures (NMNMg)2 (M=Li or Na), but with oxo or peroxo cores. The picture shows the structure of the sodium compound [{(Me3Si)2N}4Na2Mg2(O2)x(O)y].