Finally, boron did it too: The first example of a dimeric organyl(hydro)borane with a B-B-bridging aryl ring has been elucidated (see picture; B green/blue, C black/gray). It features a BCB two-electron–three-center bond and a largely unperturbed aromatic π-electron system.
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