Ralf Haiges - BH3C(NO2)3]-: The First Room-Temperature Stable (Trinitromethyl)borate.

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  Publication Details (including relevant citation   information): Belanger-Chabot, Guillaume, Rahm, Martin,   Haiges, Ralf, Christe, Karl O., Angew. Chem., Int. Ed.,   2013, 52 (42), pp 11002-11006

  Abstract: The first stable   (trinitromethyl)borate anion [BH3C(NO2)3]- was synthesized and   structurally characterized. The BH3 group in [BH3C(NO2)3]-   provides a significant increase in stability compared to the   previously studied BCl3 analog. The [Na(glyme)2]+, PNP+, and   PPh4+ salts of [BH3C(NO2)3]- were successfully isolated and   characterized by NMR and vibrational spectroscopy. The PNP+ salt   was structurally characterized, confirming the theor. predicted   B-C connectivity. [on SciFinder(R)]

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