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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. ; Boche, G.



Abstract

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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