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Synthesis and structural characterisation of the mixed lithium–magnesium amide, [{PhCH2(Me2NCH2CH2)N}4Li2Mg] : a new type of magnesiate complex free of a donor solvent as ligand

Clegg, W. and Henderson, Kenneth W. and Mulvey, Robert and O'Neil, P.A. (1993) Synthesis and structural characterisation of the mixed lithium–magnesium amide, [{PhCH2(Me2NCH2CH2)N}4Li2Mg] : a new type of magnesiate complex free of a donor solvent as ligand. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1993 (11). pp. 969-970. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract

A mixture of the alkyl(amido)magnesium compound, [PhCH2(Me2NCH2CH2)NMgBun], the secondary amine, [PhCH2(Me2NCH2CH2)NH], and the alkyl lithium, (Bu(n)Li), produces the lithium amidomagnesiate, [{PhCH2(Me2NCH2CH2)N}4Li2Mg] which is shown by an X-ray diffraction study to have intramolecular (tertiary amine) N-Li coordinations in the solid state.