Lithiated organophosphorus enamines: a new synthetic approach and the first crystal structures

W. Clegg, R.P. Davies, Lorraine Dunbar, N Feeder, S.T. Liddle, Robert Mulvey, R. Snaith, A.E.H. Wheatley

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Abstract

Made by a nitrile insertion/hydrogen migration process via Ph2P(O)CH2Li and (BuCN)-C-t, the enamide Ph2P(O)CH=C(Bu-t)N(H)Li and its TMEDA hemisolvate exist as tetrameric and dinuclear arrangements respectively: the novel structure of the starting lithiated phosphane oxide, also in its TMEDA hemisolvated form, is shown to contain Li-C contacts of two distinct types.

LanguageEnglish
Pages1401-1402
Number of pages2
JournalChemical Communications
Volume1999
Issue number15
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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  • phosphane oxide
  • crystal structure

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Clegg, W., Davies, R. P., Dunbar, L., Feeder, N., Liddle, S. T., Mulvey, R., ... Wheatley, A. E. H. (1999). Lithiated organophosphorus enamines: a new synthetic approach and the first crystal structures. Chemical Communications, 1999(15), 1401-1402. https://doi.org/10.1039/A903175H
Clegg, W. ; Davies, R.P. ; Dunbar, Lorraine ; Feeder, N ; Liddle, S.T. ; Mulvey, Robert ; Snaith, R. ; Wheatley, A.E.H. . / Lithiated organophosphorus enamines : a new synthetic approach and the first crystal structures. In: Chemical Communications. 1999 ; Vol. 1999, No. 15. pp. 1401-1402.
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Clegg, W, Davies, RP, Dunbar, L, Feeder, N, Liddle, ST, Mulvey, R, Snaith, R & Wheatley, AEH 1999, 'Lithiated organophosphorus enamines: a new synthetic approach and the first crystal structures' Chemical Communications, vol. 1999, no. 15, pp. 1401-1402. https://doi.org/10.1039/A903175H

Lithiated organophosphorus enamines : a new synthetic approach and the first crystal structures. / Clegg, W.; Davies, R.P. ; Dunbar, Lorraine; Feeder, N ; Liddle, S.T.; Mulvey, Robert; Snaith, R.; Wheatley, A.E.H. .

In: Chemical Communications, Vol. 1999, No. 15, 1999, p. 1401-1402.

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