lithium amide


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lithium amide

[′lith·ē·əm ′am‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
LiNH2 A compound crystallizing in the cubic form, and melting at 380-400°C; used in organic synthesis. Also known as lithamide.
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Their topics include structure-reactivity relationships in organolithium compounds, nitrogen-bearing lithium compounds in modern synthesis, the chemistry of chiral lithium amides, reductive lithiation and multi-lithiated compounds in synthesis, de-aromatization and aryl migration in organolithium chemistry, lithiated aza-heterocycles, microreactor technology in lithium chemistry, and practical aspects of organolithium chemistry.