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Boran

a variety of Bos indicus milking cattle bred in central and northern Africa. Horned, white or gray, sometimes pied or red.
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Boran dairy cattle. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Brown et al used halo boranes for the selective hydroboration, but the reagent itself is not stable over a period of time, cleaving the ether solvent at significant rate, even with storage at 0[degrees]C.
The formation of this side product pointed to sensitivity of the lactone carbonyl group towards borane reagent.
The phosphonium borate splits into H2 molecules and phosphine borane, then recombine under cooler temperatures to create the original compound.
Illegal immigrants "brought a portable metal grinder to cut through the landing mats," Borane said.
Tucson, Arizona, Mayor Ray Borane has spoken out against the presence of the CHD in southern Arizona and has raised concerns about a possible international conflict.
In amine borane (H3BNH3), for instance, the hydrogens linked to the boron atom have a negative charge, while those linked to the nitrogen atom have a positive charge.
Mahoney also recognized WeylChem Sustainable Materials, who announced at the Seminar the start of commercial scale production in the Columbia region of hydrogen-rich ammonia borane, a compound that can efficiently power fuel cell devices among other commercial uses.
Earlier this year, Williams and his team figured out a way to release hydrogen from an innocuous chemical material - a nitrogen-boron complex, ammonia borane - that can be stored as a stable solid.
RECYCLING AMMONIA BORANE FOR ONBOARD HYDROGEN STORAGE 229
Pacific Northwest National Laboratories says ammonia borane holds promise as a chemical compound to store and release hydrogen in fuel-cell vehicles.
2005) reported the first study of the clinical toxicity of dimethylamine borane (DMAB) poisoning, particularly the neurologic manifestations in the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.