B12H12 (Dodecahydrododeca-borate anion; Li, K, Na, Cs, and TEAH cations). Three-dimensional aromatic cage exhibits high heat resistance and kinetic stability. Used in pyrotechnics, electrolytes, hydrogen storage, and nanomaterial synthesis. More...
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C2B10H12 (carborane; ortho and para isomers in stock). Used in electronics, high-temp polymers, preparation of superacids, catalysts, and nanomaterials, etc. 10B & 11B-enriched carboranes available by special order. Boron Specialties holds the DDTC license required to manufacture carborane.
Kilos (ortho). Grams (para).
Capacity for sustained kilo-scale production of both.
B18H22 (octadecaborane). Used for ion implantation, photochemistry applications., and research.
B10H10 (closo-decahydrodecaborate anion; Li, K, Na, Cs, and TEAH cations). Stable like B12H12. Substitution reactions can derivatize or transform into other inorganic boron hydrides.
B10H14 (decaborane-14). Dopant for p-type semiconductors. Thermolysis yields mono-atomic boron useful for CVD, BN nanotube synthesis, etc. Boron-10 and -11 enriched decaborane are also available by special order.
Grams. Kilos readily available on make-to-order basis.
B3H8 (octahydrotriborate anion). Attractive candidate for hydrogen storage.