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Boron-nitrogen chemistry.

Symposium on Boron-Nitrogen Chemistry, Durham, N.C. 1963

Boron-nitrogen chemistry.

Kurt Niedenzu, symposium chairman.

by Symposium on Boron-Nitrogen Chemistry, Durham, N.C. 1963

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Published by American Chemical Society in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boron compounds,
  • Nitrogen compounds

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAdvances in chemistry series -- 42
    ContributionsNiedenzu, Kurt, United States Army Research Office, Durham, N.C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD181 B1 S93 1963
    The Physical Object
    Pagination330p.
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16662127M

    New perspectives in boron-nitrogen chemistry result from molecules RB=NR with two-coordinate boron atoms (iminoboranes) and from boranes NxByHz with nitrogen atoms of coordination number 4, 5, or. in boron-nitrogen chemistry. Barriers and isomerization energies as well as charge dis­ tributions are presented for many simple boron­-nitrogen molecules of the borazane, amino-borane, and borazarobenzene types. The usual resonance picture of the B-N bond is highly misleading, and the nitrogen always carries a larger negative net charge.

    Organoboron Chemistry Vol. 2: Boron–Nitrogen and Boron–Phosphorus Compounds. By Howard Steinberg and Robert J. Brotherton. Pp. xx + (New York and London: Interscience Publishers, a. Boron nitrogen bond distances show a sensible dependence on the electronic and steric environment, in particular bond distances are shorter in the presence of unhindered strong bases. This effect is notably evident in the series of azines pyridine, pyrazine, and 1,3,5-triazine: the B N bond distance lengthens on lowering the basicity of the Cited by:

    Boron nitride, BN, can exist in a variety of crystal structures, including hexagonal (h-BN) similar to the graphite structure, rhombohedral, hexagonal wurtzite (wz-BN), and cubic zincblende (zb-BN). The boron–nitrogen bond in BN is very strong, and that contributes in a major way to the large VB-to-CB energy gap E g. Cubic zincblende BN is.   Boron-Nitrogen Chemistry An International Symposium sponsored by U.S. Army Research Office—Durham at Duke University, Durham, N.C., April 23–25, (Advances in Chemistry Series, ) Pp. x Cited by:


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Structural studies have also shown that p π-p π bonding in B-N Cited by:. THE bond order of boron–nitrogen compounds and the aromatic character of borazoles have been subjects of interest for many years (see, for example, ref.

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