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NMR, PGSE diffusion, and X-ray diffraction studies of lithium and potassium salts derived from diphenylphosphino(o-cyanophenyl)aniline and their crown ether complexes

H-1, P-31, and Li-7 pulsed-gradient spin-echo (PGSE) diffusion and variable-temperature NMR results for THF solutions of the lithium and potassium salts derived from diphenylphosphino(o-cyanophenyl)aniline are reported and compared to the solid-state results obtained via X-ray diffraction studies. The solution results favor mononuclear salts, sometimes strongly ion paired, whereas the solid-state data reveal dinuclear species. The structures of the products from reactions of these salts with crown ethers are determined via PGSE and H-1 Overhauser NMR methods.

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    • LCOM-ARTICLE-2006-008

    Record created on 2006-02-13, modified on 2016-08-08

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