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Table 1 lists preparations of Li radical anions, some of which are shown in Fig. 1. In addition to these, the ESR spectra of several polycyclic Li aromatic radical anions are recorded during the preparations of dilithium dianions discussed in subsection (ii). ( i i ) Dilithium Dianions23. Treatment ofconjugated organics with xs Li metal can give dilithium dianions according to Eqs. (a) and (b). In addition, the treatment of a conjugated organics with only 1 mol equiv of Li can lead to 50% conversion to a dilithium dianion if the equilibrium constant for Eq.