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Reactions of ammonium salts with butyllithium and with lithium hydride: new routes to fully anhydrous inorganic lithium complexes

BARR, D and SNAITH, R and WRIGHT, D S and Mulvey, Robert and WADE, K (1987) Reactions of ammonium salts with butyllithium and with lithium hydride: new routes to fully anhydrous inorganic lithium complexes. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 109 (25). pp. 7891-7893. ISSN 0002-7863

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Abstract

Lithium halide complexes, (LiHalSxL),, L = a nonmacrocyclic ligand, whether fully or partly ion-separated monomers, Li- (L),+-Hal-, or intact oligomers, (LiHal),.(xL),,' often have understandably low melting points and good solubility in organic media.