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Hydrogen fluoride adduct of an ambiphilic phosphine–borane: NMR characterization and theoretical analysis of the bonding situation

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The HF adduct of the ambiphilic phosphineborane [o-iPr2P(C6H4)BMes2] has been spectroscopically characterized and the nature of the interaction between the ensuing hydrogenophosphonium and fluoroborate moieties has been analyzed computationally.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogen fluoride adduct of an ambiphilic phosphine–borane: NMR characterization and theoretical analysis of the bonding situation

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Submitted
01 Feb 2010
Accepted
16 Mar 2010
First published
29 Mar 2010

Dalton Trans., 2010,39, 4417-4420
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Hydrogen fluoride adduct of an ambiphilic phosphineborane: NMR characterization and theoretical analysis of the bonding situation

S. Moebs-Sanchez, N. Saffon, G. Bouhadir, L. Maron and D. Bourissou, Dalton Trans., 2010, 39, 4417
DOI: 10.1039/C002068K

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