The Coordination Chemistry of Boron-Nitrogen Compounds
The borazines and aminoboranes are examples of compound types that are isoelectronic with benzene and ethylene, respectively. Although the preparation, reaction (predominantly substitution and addition reactions), and physical properties of these boron-nitrogen systems have been extensively studied (1,2) little has been done toward investigating their electronic nature with respect to the reactions or subtle interactions that are characteristic of the corresponding carbonoid systems where electron delocalization is known to occur.
KeywordsCoordination Chemistry Addition Compound Transition Metal Atom Tridentate Ligand Subtle Interaction
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