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STRUCTURE OF BORAZINE OR BORAZOLE:

(1) Borazine is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula (B3N3H6).and also called borazole. It is a cyclic compound, containing the 3-(BH) units and 3- (NH) units alternate.
(2) Borazine formed by reaction of B2H6 and NH3 in the ratio of 1:2 at room temperature.

(3) Borazine is isoelectronic and isostructural with benzene. For this reason borazine is known as “inorganic benzene”. Like benzene, borazine is a colourless liquid

(4) In Borazine molecule, nitrogen is more electro negative than the boron. Nitrogen acquires partial negative charge and boron acquires partial positive charge and back bonding take place between boron and nitrogen.
(5) As compared with Benzene, Borazol is less stable and more reactive toward Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution reactions due to high polarity of molecule.
(6) Borazine is a highly polar molecule due to high Electronegativity difference between Boron and Nitrogen.
(7) The pi bonds in borazine are highly polarized than pi bonds in benzene. \Thus borazine is more nucleophillic (Negative) hence more reactive than benzene.

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