Studies in boron hydrides—V: Assignment of the 11B NMR spectrum of the tridecahydro decaborate(1−) ion

@article{Siedle1971StudiesIB,
  title={Studies in boron hydrides—V: Assignment of the 11B NMR spectrum of the tridecahydro decaborate(1−) ion},
  author={A. Siedle and G. M. Bodner and L. Todd},
  journal={Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry},
  year={1971},
  volume={33},
  pages={3671-3676}
}
  • A. Siedle, G. M. Bodner, L. Todd
  • Published 1971
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry
  • Abstract The 70·6 MHz 11B NMR spectrum of B10H13− consists of four doublets of relative intensities 2:1:5:2 which are assigned to B(6, 9); B(1 or 3): B(5, 7, 8, 10 and 1 or 3); and B(2,4) respectively. This data is consistent with a 3630 model for the solution structure. 
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