Formation of a stable radical by oxidation of a tetraorganoborate

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Braunschweig, Holger ; Krummenacher, Ivo ; Mailänder, Lisa ; Pentecost, Leanne ; Vargas, Alfredo (2016)

Herein, we describe the selective formation of a stable neutral spiroborate radical by one-electron oxidation of the corresponding tetraorganoborate salt Li[B(C4Ph4)2], formally containing a tetrahedral borate center and a s-cis-butadiene radical cation as the spin-bearing site. Spectroscopic and computational methods have been used to determine the spin distribution and the chromism observed in the solid state.
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