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Because the hydrogenation release has a barrier (activation energy) that is not too low. The fact that the dehydrogenation energy of $\ce{H3N-BH3}$ is negative does prove that it will eventually decompose if left at room temperature, but it does so extremely slowly so that you don't notice, and it's more useful to treat it as stable. It's like, your ...


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