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an ore of boron consisting of hydrated sodium borate

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This is extremely high sensitivity (to tenths of parts per million) under aqueous conditions and buffering by a common buffering system of sodium borate.
Animals' Apawthecary Eye & Nose Herbal Drops contain sodium chloride, boric acid, sodium borate, and extracts of certified organic goldenseal, eyebright, and usnea.
Pine samples treated with the mixture of copper chloride and sodium borate first and then with the PF-pyrolytic oil resins obtained less total loadings than those treated with copper chloride and the pyrolytic oil resins without sodium borate.
Overall, the presence of sodium borate in the liquors had little effect on the mill operations and the pulp properties and quality were unaffected.
Hydrogen is generated from benign sodium borohydride that is derived from sodium borate, or borax.
In a fuel cell, the compound turns into sodium borate, an ingredient of soap.
Louisiana-Pacific has introduced a line of products treated with zinc borate or sodium borate, The SmartGuard system includes sheathing, flooring, siding, trim, framing lumber, and cellulose insulation.
After incubation for 1 h at 37[degrees]C, the reaction was terminated by the addition of 20 [micro]1of 2% sodium borate in 20 mM EDTA.
Three facies, designated Barren (calcareous nodules), Colemanite (calcium borate) and Ulexite (calcium and sodium borate) overlie the sodium borate facies where most of the useable ore is to be found.
The route went right past the sodium borate ore deposits that the company would begin mining in 1927.
2]O, t the principal sodium borate mineral commonly called "borax.
The expanded plant is designed to increase capacity and to use RTM's new technology, Modified Direct Dissolving of Kernite Ore (MDDK), a process which allows sodium borate and boric acid production to continue until end of mine life.