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of or relating to or derived from or containing boron

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This causes to both boric acid losses and to more water entering to the process and adversely affects to cost.
During the physical start-up and before the output of power by the reactor, the pH value, with a boric acid concentration of less than 16.0 g/[dm.sup.3], is 5.7 ...
At a low boric acid content (Figure 3(a)) (proportion of 4:7 of [H.sub.3]B[O.sub.3]/C), the formation of boron carbide is evident, and the well-defined peaks in the XRD pattern are very clear.
The study suggests that Cefpodoxime and Ketoconazole with ear cleansing (Boric acid 2% and Acetic acid 2% solution) was highly efficacious in the management of otitis externa caused by a concurrent infection of Staphylococcus aureus and Malassezia pachydermatis.
In this study, we show the in-situ experimental results of the simultaneous stress-strain and SAXS/WAXD measurements during film stretching in water and boric acid aqueous solutions.
The Toxic Sugar Bait (TSB) solution was formulated using 1% boric acid (Sigma-Aldrich, USA) as the active ingredient diluted into a 5% sucrose (Domino Brand, ASR Group, Palm Beach, Florida) solution.
Boric acid in particular has been implicated as a cause of sensorineural hearing loss by inflicting damage to the inner hair cells of the organ of Corti.
The result showed that all the glass samples were contaminated by either silica (Si[O.sub.2]) or alumina (A[L.sub.2][O.sub.3]) or both except the third glass which was composed of 80% boric acid + 20% potassium carbonate.
The cerium conversion coatings (CeCC) were obtained by dipping the samples into the cerium bath that was 0.1 M NaCl solution containing 0.1 g [L.sup.-1] Ce[Cl.sub.3] x 7[H.sub.2]O and boric acid as an accelerator (0, 0.1, 0.5, and 1 g [L.sup.-1]) at 60[degrees]C for 10 minutes.
I generally prescribe intravaginal boric acid thrice weekly for 4 to 6 months to prevent reinfection.
Fourteen studies, including 2 randomized clinical trials, 9 case series, and 4 case reports were included in this review of the clinical evidence utilizing intravaginal boric acid for vulvovaginal candidiasis.
Considering this fact, polymer electrolytes were recognized as ideal frameworks for the developing of fractal structure due to presence of random walks of free ions, if the walking species has aggregating tendency [15-17], literature shows the growth of boric acid crystals and formation of clusters of various shapes and sizes [18-20].
Lock Ali Williams, meanwhile, is recalled after recovering from knee surgery, but players not considered include Anthony Boric (neck), Colin Slade (leg) and Richard Kahui (shoulder).
Options with a boric acid stabilizer serve to maintain bacterial viability until analysis.
Phosphoric acid, oxalic acid, acetic acid, boric acid, and formic acid used to attain pH between 6.2-6.5 of liming effluent in different experiments were of technical grade.