Bonding in Inorganic Systems
MANCHESTER COLL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (UNITED KINGDOM)
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Evidence from nuclear magnetic resonance studies for pi -bonding between boron and nitrogen in the borazens is presented. Preliminary experiments, by infrared spectroscopy which indicate that a similar situation might exist between phosphorus III and nitrogen, in open chain compounds, are also reported. The energy barrier to rotation about the BN bond in dimethylaminophenylchloroborane is calculated from four different observations on the N.M.R. spectra as 18 plus or minus 2 kcals. Exploratory measurements on certain boron-oxygen compounds are also presented.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy