Borazine

March 09, 2009
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Borazine, or s-triazaborane, is an inorganic compound isoelectronic with benzene that exhibits some aromatic character. It was first described in 1926 by Alfred Stock and Erich Pohland in their ninth paper in a series on boron–hydrogen compounds. Borazine may be useful in hydrogen storage applications.

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