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A derivative of a borane (boron hydride) in which one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by functional groups.
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Finally, we can say that the extraordinary structural features of organoborane polymers, organoboronic acids and boronates, and their useful compounds may play important roles in several areas from phar maceuticals of material science to develop new drugs and materials [2-7].
(1993) A two-step, three-component synthesis of PGEI: utilization of [alpha]-iodoenones in Pd(0)-catalyzed cross-couplings of organoborane. J.
There is, for instance, a very interesting class of structural acrylic adhesives in which polymerization is initiated in a mixture of acrylates by a blocked organoborane catalyst such as triethylborane/3-diamino-propane.