Polyol complexes of boron and aluminium and associated studies.
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Polyol complexes of boron and aluminium and associated studies. by Roger Derek Beauchamp

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Published by Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English

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ContributionsBrunel University. Department of Chemistry.
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Pagination464p. :
Number of Pages464
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Open LibraryOL14468472M

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  Simulation studies were carried out to analyze the effect of planar defects (twins) on the X-ray diffraction patterns of boron carbide, B4C. The presence of these defects had a marked influence on the patterns. Significant changes in the height, width, and other features of diffraction peaks are seen as a result of the presence of twins. The change in the patterns was directly related to the.   Reactions between B III species and the novel nucleophilic cyclopentadienyl‐stabilized Al I reagent (1) result in a diversity of complexes bearing different Al/B oxidation states and coordination the triarylborane B(C 6 F 5) 3, a simple Al I →B III adduct is formed. In contrast, a bulky aryldihaloborane undergoes oxidative addition with the formation of a covalent bora. and associates (51) isolated and characterized soluble sorbitol-boron-sorbitol complexes from the floral nectar of peach, and mannitol-boron-mannitol com-plexes from phloem sap of celery. This was the first isolation and identification of boron transport molecules in plants. Brown’s group also obtained evidence for phloem boron movement in. The value decreased from kW/m 2. s for the reference foam to around 13 kW/m 2. s for the K5 foam, containing the largest amount of boron polyol. When looking at the values of carbon oxide and dioxide emissions, it can be stated that the use of the new boron polyol helps reducing the toxic fire hazard for the obtained rigid PUR‐PIR foams.