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Acid chlorides react with lithium dialkyl cuprate (lithium diorganocopper) reagents to form dialkyl ketones. The reaction is used to form unsymmetrical ketones.

Generic Organic reaction

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Acid chloride (generic)     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
Lithium diorganocopper reagent (generic)     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
Diethylether Solvent    Reactions Using    Reactions Forming
Ketone (generic)     Reactions Using    Reactions Forming

Interaction, Reaction, Process defined as:
Strategic Bond Formation
Substitution: Addition-followed-by Elimination
Substitution: Nucleophilic @ Acyl-Nfg
Substitution: Radical Nucleophilic First Order

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