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Preparations Higher-order organocuprate reagents (Lipshutz reagents) • Cyanocuprates exhibit the reactivity of homocuprates and the thermal stability of heterocuprates. • readily available by the reaction of CuC≡N with 2 equivalents of RLi. The cyanocuprates are especially useful for substitution reactions of secondary halides and epoxides.

Preparations Grignard-Copper(I) reagents • Copper-catalyzed reactions of RMgX reagents are attractive when compatible with the functionality present in the starting material. • use of Grignard reagents is often the method of choice since they are readily available and only catalytic amounts of Cu(I) halides are required.

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