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  • Published date: March 11, 2019
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Lithiation is a reaction in which a hydrogen atom in an organic compound molecule is substituted by metallic lithium to form an organolithium compound. Organolithium compounds are a relatively important class of chemical substances in the metal organic area. It plays an important role in the application of organic chemistry theory and organic synthesis. Organolithicum compounds have similar properties and application values as organomagnesium compounds (Grignard reagents) in organic synthesis, and in some aspects, they have stronger reactivity, higher yield, and easier separation of products. Therefore, Lithiation has a wide range of application values and important significance in organic synthesis.

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