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Dis-assembling lithium amide ladder structures : structural elucidation of the lithium anilide solvate [{PhN(H)Li}6·8THF], a model intermediate En route to forming tetra-solvated ring dimers

Clegg, W. and Horsburgh, L. and Mackenzie, F.M. and Mulvey, Robert (1995) Dis-assembling lithium amide ladder structures : structural elucidation of the lithium anilide solvate [{PhN(H)Li}6·8THF], a model intermediate En route to forming tetra-solvated ring dimers. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1995 (19). pp. 2011-2012. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract

Of widespread significance throughout lithium amide chemistry, the key step in dis-assembling ladder structures to give solvated dimeric rings appears to be insertion of solvent molecules into inner rung sites, as implied by the bridging THF ligands in the model intermediate [{PhN(H)Li}(6) . 8THF].