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The relation between ion pair structures and reactivities of lithium cuprates

John, M., Auel, C., Behrens, C., Marsch, M., Harms, K., Bosold, F., Gschwind, R. M., Rajamohanan, P. R. and Boche, G. (2000) The relation between ion pair structures and reactivities of lithium cuprates. Chemistry - A European Journal 6 (16), pp. 3060-3068.

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From Li+ well-solvating solvents or complex ligands such as THF, [12]crown-4, amines etc., lithium cuprates R2CuLi(.LiX) crystallise in a solvent-separated ion pair (SSIP) structural type (e.g. 10). In contrast, solvents with little donor qualities for Li+ such as diethyl ether or dimethyl sulfide lead to solid-state structures of the contact ion pair (CIP) type (e.g. 11). 1H,6Li HOESY NMR ...


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Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institut für Organische Chemie > Arbeitskreis Prof. Dr. Ruth Gschwind
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