boron hydride

boron hydride

[′bȯ‚rän ′hī‚drīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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is particularly suitable for inorganic compounds of low and medium density such as transition metal oxides and boron hydride compounds
Then, we reduced platinum nanoparticles on the bed of graphene oxide by using boron hydride and EDTA."
Specifically, he developed a technique for controlling the explosive reaction of boron hydride with oxygen by the introduction of benzene vapors.
"These new patents demonstrate our leadership position in the use of boron hydrides as a hydrogen storage and delivery vehicle," said Millennium Cell president Adam Briggs.
In the boron hydrides, the boron atoms bond to each other to form a particular shape and are the atoms considered in the researchers' comparisons with carbon molecules.
The study of the non-metal elements not only includes the traditional content, but also considers many areas previously unknown or partially defined, the boron hydrides, carboranes, and metal-carboranes are compounds with unique structures and requiring molecular orbital descriptions to account for the bonding.