Decaborane forms complexes with triethylphosphite, triphenylphosphite, and dibutyl ester of phenylphosphinous acid, and triethyltrithiophosphite, the complexes being of the type: B10H12 [P(OR)3]2 and B10H12 [P(SR)3]2.
Triethyiarsenite, triethyltrithioarsenite, and tri(thioethyl)stibine are reduced by decaborane to the corresponding metals.
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Stanko, V.I., Klimova, A.I. & Zakharkin, L.I. Complexes of decaborane with trialkyl-, triaryl-, trialkyltrithiophosphites and trialkyl-, trialkyltrithioarsenites. Russ Chem Bull 11, 856–857 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00905319
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