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Strong Lewis and Brønsted Acidic Sites in the Borosulfate Mg3[H2O→B(SO4)3]2

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Netzsch, Philip ; Stroh, Regina ; Pielnhofer, Florian ; Krossing, Ingo ; Höppe, Henning A.
Date of publication of this fulltext: 29 Feb 2024 12:27


Borosulfates provide fascinating structures and properties that go beyond a pure analogy to silicates. Mg-3[H2O -> B(SO4)(3)](2) is the first borosulfate featuring a boron atom solely coordinated by three tetrahedra. Thus, the free Lewis acidic site forms a Lewis acid-base adduct with a water molecule. This is unprecedented for borosulfate chemistry and even for borates. Quantum chemical ...


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