Chemistry of B1- and B10- boranes containing halogen or pseudohalogen groups

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dc.contributor.advisor Spalding, Trevor R. en
dc.contributor.author Myers, Michael
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dc.date.issued 1987
dc.date.submitted 1987
dc.identifier.citation Myers, M. 1987. Chemistry of B1- and B10- boranes containing halogen or pseudohalogen groups. PhD Thesis, University College Cork. en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10468/1656
dc.description.abstract The research described in this thesis involved the chemistry of borane-species which contain one or more halide or pseudohalide groups. Both monoboron species e.g. [BH3X]- and "cluster" borane species e.g. [B10H9X]2- and I-Se B11H10 were studied. The first chapter is a review of the syntheses, properties and reactions of halide and pseudohalide species containing from one to ten boron atoms. Chapter Two is a theoretical investigation of' the electronic and molecular structures of two series of boranes i. e. [BH3X]- and [B10H9X]2- where X = H, CI, CN, NCS, SCN and N3. The calculational method used was the Modified Neglect of Differential Overlap (MNDO) method of Dewar et al. The results were compared where possible with experimental results such as the X-ray crystallographically determined structures of [BH3CI]- and [B10H10]2-. Chapter Three concerns halogenated selenaborane clusters and reports an improved synthesis of 12-Br-SeB11H10 and the first structural data for a simple non-metal containing selenaborane cage with the X-ray crystallographically determined structure of 12-1-SeB11H10. Finally, an indepth n.m.r. study of Se2B9H9 is also reported together with attempts to halogenate this compound. The last two chapters are based on single boron systems. Chapter Four concerns the synthetic routes to amine-boranes and -cyanoboranes from [BH4]- and [BH3CN]- substrates. This chapter discusses some difficulties encountered when polyamines were used in these reactions. The characterisation of an unusual ketone isolated from some of these reactions, the X-ray crystallographically determined structure of 4-dimethylamino-pyridine-cyanoborane and a new route to pyrazabole dimeric species are also discussed. The final chapter reports on work carried out at producing BH2X (X = H, CN) adducts of aminophosphines. Three routes were attempted to generate P-B and N-B bonded species with varying degrees of success. Some unusual products of these reactions are discussed including [Ph2(O) PPPh2 ] [Ph2NH]2, the structure of which was determined by X-ray crystallography. en
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dc.rights © 1987, Michael Myers. en
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dc.subject Borane-species with halide or pseudohalide groups en
dc.subject Halogenated selenaborane clusters en
dc.subject Reactions of borane and cyanoborane with amines and phosphine en
dc.subject.lcsh Chemistry, Inorganic en
dc.title Chemistry of B1- and B10- boranes containing halogen or pseudohalogen groups en
dc.type Doctoral thesis en
dc.type.qualificationlevel Doctoral en
dc.type.qualificationname PhD (Science) en
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