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a salt or ester of boric acid

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Calcium borate extraction options and economics will be reviewed in the future as required subject to market opportunities and updated technical asessments.
He has been involved in the production and exportation of borates for more than 20 years, and he is also involved in the provision of logistical and mining services for remote projects.
Lithium and borates are used to produce vital products like batteries for electrical vehicles, glass and ceramics, fertilizers, and many other products.
Because of the low surface area--to--volume ratio and the large proportion of heartwood in large bridge timbers, pressure treatments with dissolved borate will be unlikely to result in sufficient treatment penetration and retentions.
Key words: Triphenyl Borate, Borate, Borax, Exergy.
They can be used alone or with zinc borate, and have been shown to have synergistic effects.
In the present case, the tapioca starch was reacted with different masses of urea and borate.
Previous laboratory tests have shown that without borate the chemicals available on the early Earth fail to build ribose.
Niban features a borate mineral salt as its active ingredient combined with an irresistible bait made from corn cob granules mixed with oils, sugars and other food grade attractants.
Kode accepted the prosecution argument that the trial court had been right in awarding the sentence as the accused -- the victim's office car driver Purshottam Borate and his friend Pradip Kokate -- had conspired to rape and murder the victim.
A day after it held the two accused, Purushottam Borate, 31, and his friend Pradeep Yashwant Kokate, 25, guilty of the abduction, rape and murder of Jyotikumari Choudhary, 22, on November 1, 2007, the court imposed the death penalty on the two for committing what it called the "rarest of rare" crime.
For the past 50 years, gerstley borate has been used by many potters.
But more acidic conditions tend to reduce the amount of borate in seawater.
The process involves dissolving samples at temperatures ranging from 600 to 1250 C and mixing them into a borate flux.