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Crystal structures of (Ph2CNLi·NC5H5)4 and [CILi·OP(NMe2)3]4; discrete tetrameric pseudo-cubane clusters with bridging of Li3 triangles by nitrogen and by chlorine atoms

BARR, D and CLEGG, W and Mulvey, Robert and SNAITH, R (1984) Crystal structures of (Ph2CNLi·NC5H5)4 and [CILi·OP(NMe2)3]4; discrete tetrameric pseudo-cubane clusters with bridging of Li3 triangles by nitrogen and by chlorine atoms. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (2). pp. 79-80. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract

X-Ray crystallographic studies of the title compounds (Ph2CNLi·NC5H5)4, (1), and [CILi·OP(NMe2)3]4, (2) show them to have pseudo cubane tetrameric structures in which triply-bonding methyleneamino -nitrogen atoms [(1)] or chlorine atoms [(2)] hold together the tetrahedral Li4 frameworks.