organoborane

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organoborane

[ȯr¦gan·ə′bȯr‚ān]
(organic chemistry)
A derivative of a borane (boron hydride) in which one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by functional groups.
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In order to improve the flame retardancy of materials, various kinds of synergistic agents have been used in the IFR system to reinforce the flame retardancy, such as zeolites, expandable graphite, organoboron siloxane, and some transitional metal oxides, metal chelates, and metal compounds [17-24].
Luo, Rational Design of Organoboron Derivatives as Chemosensors for Fluoride and Cyanide Anions and Charge Transport and Luminescent Materials for Organic Light- Emitting Diodes, J.
Synthesis of an E-BODIPY based fluorescent Co-polymer containing organoboron quinolate units.
Recent studies show that potassium organotrifluor-oborates are effective organoboron reagents for various organic transformations.
His research program encompasses the development of new organic reactions, catalysis, organoboron chemistry, the synthesis of alkaloid natural products and other heterocycles, and their application in probing cellular processes and as anticancer agents.
AllyChem, a major organoboron chemical manufacturer located in Dalian, China, will offer its customers a label license where purchasers have a royalty-free license to the University of Illinois' intellectual property in use of the MIDA boronates.
The kind of that flame retardants is versatile, which mainly include organophosphorus [5-8], organosilicon [9-12], organoboron [13, 14], organonitrogen [15, 16], and other organometallic transition compounds [17, 18].
2) Among such a type of reactions, iridium-catalyzed direct C-H borylation of aromatic compounds developed by Smith, Hartwig, Ishiyama and Miyaura has emerged as an efficient route to organoboron compounds.
Highly luminescent BODIPY-based organoboron polymer exhibiting supramolecular self-assemble structure.