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Figure 10
Representation (Mercury 3.8, ball and stick) of diphenyl bromonium derivative 3·BF4. The mean square plane through Br1, C1, C2, C13 and O2 (semitransparent yellowish) shows that fluorine and oxygen atoms enter the elongation of C—Br covalent bonds. Hydrogen atoms have been omitted for simplicity; XBs are black dotted lines, the respective Nc values and angles are given close to interactions and at the bottom, in order. Color codes (above mean square plane): grey, carbon; red, oxygen; brown, bromine; yellowish green, fluorine, pink, boron.

Volume 4| Part 4| July 2017| Pages 411-419
ISSN: 2052-2525