Faculty mentor: Michael Morse
Bond dissociation energies are a property that is crucial to our understanding of chemical processes. These can be difficult to measure in transition metal species due to the complexity of their electronic structure. This has led to a lack of experimental data. This research focused on group 3-5 diatomic transition metal borides, and presents the first measured bond energies of these species. Quantum calculations were also performed to deduce, where possible, the ground state of these molecules.
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