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Adduct purification

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  1. a technique for preparing extremely pure simple organometallic compounds, which are generally unstable and hard to handle, by purifying a stable adduct with a Lewis acid and then obtaining the desired product from the pure adduct by thermal decomposi

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  2. Epichem Limited is the licensee of the major patents in this field, and uses the trademark EpiPure to refer to adduct-purified materials

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  3. Professor Anthony Jones at Liverpool University is the initiator of the field and author of many of the important papers

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  4. The choice of Lewis acid and of reaction medium is important

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  5. the desired organometallics are almost always air- and water-sensitive

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