Coordination Networks Based on Boronate and Benzoxaborolate Ligands
AbstractDespite the extensive range of investigations on boronic acids (R-B(OH)2), some aspects of their reactivity still need to be explored. This is the case for the coordination chemistry of boronate anions (R-B(OH)3−), which has only recently been started to be studied. The purpose of this review is to summarize some of the key features of boronate ligands (and of their cyclic derivatives, benzoxaborolates) in materials: (i) coordination properties; (ii) spectroscopic signatures; and (iii) emerging applications. View Full-Text
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Sene, S.; Pizzoccaro, M.A.; Vezzani, J.; Reinholdt, M.; Gaveau, P.; Berthomieu, D.; Bégu, S.; Gervais, C.; Bonhomme, C.; Renaudin, G.; Mesbah, A.; Van der Lee, A.; Smith, M.E.; Laurencin, D. Coordination Networks Based on Boronate and Benzoxaborolate Ligands. Crystals 2016, 6, 48.
Sene S, Pizzoccaro MA, Vezzani J, Reinholdt M, Gaveau P, Berthomieu D, Bégu S, Gervais C, Bonhomme C, Renaudin G, Mesbah A, Van der Lee A, Smith ME, Laurencin D. Coordination Networks Based on Boronate and Benzoxaborolate Ligands. Crystals. 2016; 6(5):48.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sene, Saad; Pizzoccaro, Marie A.; Vezzani, Joris; Reinholdt, Marc; Gaveau, Philippe; Berthomieu, Dorothée; Bégu, Sylvie; Gervais, Christel; Bonhomme, Christian; Renaudin, Guillaume; Mesbah, Adel; Van der Lee, Arie; Smith, Mark E.; Laurencin, Danielle. 2016. "Coordination Networks Based on Boronate and Benzoxaborolate Ligands." Crystals 6, no. 5: 48.
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