borazine

[bawr-uh-zeen, bohr-]
noun Chemistry.
a colorless liquid, B 3 N 3 H 6 , that hydrolyzes with water to form boron hydrides. It is the inorganic analogue of benzene with similar physical properties.
Also, borazole [bawr-uh-zohl, bohr-] .


Origin:
bor- + azine

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