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Borane-ammonia complex Green Alternative

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Synonym: Amminetrihydroboron, Borazane

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InChI Key   WZMUUWMLOCZETI-UHFFFAOYSA-N
assay   97%
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1, 10, 100, 500 g in glass bottle

Application

Borazane is popularly used as an ammonia borane (AB) source for the formation of hexagonal boron nitride monolayers which are used as a substrate for graphene growth.

General description

Ammonia borane also known as borazane has high hydrogen content (about 20% mass). Thermal decomposition of borazane take place in the temperature range 350-410K accompanied by hydrogen release and heat evolution. It may find use as a hydrogen source in fuel cells in the future.

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Personal Protective Equipment 
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NONH for all modes of transport
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Boron-based Hydrogen Storage

For more than a decade, hydrogen as an alternative to traditional (fossil) energy sources has been in the focus of research and development efforts in all technologically advanced countries of the wo...

Peer-Reviewed Papers
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