Abstract

Although boron-11 is a quadrupolar nucleus, line-broadening problems are generally not severe; chemical shift and a certain amount of coupling constant data are therefore readily available by straightforward continuous-wave or Fourier-transform NMR spectroscopy. The nucleus is of high NMR receptivity and of high chemical interest, and, in common with the proton, phosphorus-31, and fluorine-19, has been well studied since the early days of NMR.(1) The progress of boron NMR spectroscopy has therefore largely developed synergically with the dramatic a6dvancements in inorganic, organic, and polyhedral boron chemistry that have occurred over the last three decades, and the literature both old and new is extensive.(2–13)

Keywords

Zirconium Fluorine Deuterium Yttrium Pier 

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  • John D. Kennedy
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  1. 1.Department of Inorganic and Structural ChemistryUniversity of LeedsLeedsEngland

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