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borazole

[′bȯr·ə‚zōl]
(inorganic chemistry)
B3N3H6 A colorless liquid boiling at 53°C; with water it hydrolyzes to form boron hydrides; the borazole molecule is the inorganic analog of the benzene molecule.
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[157] presented an intermolecular study of complexes formed by borazine and halogen compounds, e.g, FCN, BrCCH and IC[F.sub.3], wherein the T-shape structures match to those formed by the complexes of acetylene and ethylene.
[24] Ortiz JV (1996) Partial third-order quasiparticle theory: Comparisons for closed-shell ionization energies and an application to the Borazine photoelectron spectrum.
The compound can also be used to prepare borazine, which the company also offers commercially.