Physical properties of some common boranes

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Physical properties of some common boranes
melting
point (°C) boiling
point (°C)
B2H6, diborane(6) –165 –93
B4H10, tetraborane(10) –122 16
B5H9, pentaborane(9) –47 60
B5H11, pentaborane(11) –123 65
B6H10, hexaborane(10) –62 108
B10H14, decaborane(14) 100 213
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