Borderline Hydrides

Borderline hydrides typically refer to hydrides formed of hydrogen and elements of the periodic table in group 11 and group 12 and indium (In) and thallium (Tl). These compounds have properties intermediate between covalent hydrides and saline hydrides. Hydrides are chemical compounds that contain a metal and hydrogen acting as a negative ion.

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Borderline Hydrides - Alternative Definition
... A more recent definition of borderline hydrides refers to hydrides that exist between classic and non-classic dihydrides ... Borderline hydrides exist with a bond character somewhere between the classical and non-classical hydrides ... An electron dense metal center will yield hydride with a νHH less than 2060 cm1, while anything between is considered to be in the borderline region ...