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The first bona fide sodium complex of hydrotris(methimazolyl)borate: an example of sodium exhibiting a preference for sulfur over oxygen

Spicer, Mark and Reglinski, John and Wallace, Dawn and Biernat, Ann and Schwalbe, Matthias (2007) The first bona fide sodium complex of hydrotris(methimazolyl)borate: an example of sodium exhibiting a preference for sulfur over oxygen. Dalton Transactions (22). 2242 - 2244. ISSN 1472-7773

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Abstract

The synthesis and structure of two related sodium complexes are reported which demonstrate that sulfur can preferentially complex to sodium irrespective of the presence of more apposite donor species such as DMF.