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==Boron hydrides==
An early example of this phenomenon is credited to Brown and Heseltine.<ref>{{Cite journal
| issuevolume = 23
| pages = 1551–1552
| last = Brown
|author2=Heseltine, R. W.
| title = Co-ordinated BH3 as a proton acceptor group in hydrogen bonding
| journal = ChemicalChem. CommunicationsCommun.
| year = 1968
| doi = 10.1039/C19680001551
| last = Kubas
| first = Gregory J.
| year = 2001
| title = Metal Dihydrogen and -Bond Complexes - Structure, Theory, and Reactivity
| date = 2001-08-31
<ref>{{Cite journal
| doi = 10.1039/C3CC46048G
| issuevolume = 50
| pages = 5212–5214
| last = Yang
| journal = Chem. Commun.
| date = 2014
| year = 2014
| pmid = 24145311
}}</ref>
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