- Full text PDF available (1)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (0)
- Last 10 years (4)
Ammonia-borane, H3NBH3, is an intriguing molecule for chemical hydrogen storage applications. With both protic N-H and hydridic B-H bonds, three H atoms per main group element, and a low molecular weight, H3NBH3 has the potential to meet the stringent gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen storage capacity targets needed for transportation applications.… (More)
White phosphorus (P(4)) reacts with three-coordinate molybdenum(III) trisamides or molybdaziridine hydride complexes to produce either bridging or terminal phosphide (P(3)(-)) species, depending upon the ancillary ligand steric demands. Thermochemical measurements have been made that place the MoP triple bond dissociation enthalpy at 92.2 kcal.mol(-)(1).… (More)
Mixtures containing ammonia-borane and sec-butylamine-borane remain liquid throughout the hydrogen release process that affords tri(N-sec-butyl)borazine and polyborazylene. Concentrated solutions with metal catalysts afford >5 wt% H(2) in 1 h at 80 °C and addition of (EMIM)EtSO(4) ionic liquid co-solvent eliminates competing formation of insoluble linear… (More)
Using alcoholysis, we converted terminal phosphide PMo(N[i-Pr]Ar)3 into a new, monomeric terminal phosphide PMo(OR)3, where R = 1-methylcyclohexyl or 1-adamantyl. Dimerization of the PMo unit was observed upon alcoholysis with 2,6-dimethylphenol, and the dimer [PMo(N[i-Pr]Ar)(O-2,6-C6H3Me2)2]2 was isolated and characterized by X-ray crystallography.