boron


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Synonyms for boron

a trivalent metalloid element

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Boron elevates levels of testosterone and is easily displaced by aluminum.
Consumption of boron trifluoride by region and list of manufacturers
According to Sarah Plain, Technical Manager for Boron Nitride, "Improved solids dispersion offers more consistent and even coating layers for better adhesion and overall performance.
The interaction effect of zinc and boron (Zn x B) on number ofleaves/plant was 10 also statistically non-significant.
For calculation of the daily boron intake of each patient via their food records from weekly nutrition diaries, food boron data obtained from studies conducted in Turkey were used (18-24).
And when it comes to community, Boron is no slouch, either, volunteering her time to work with New Avenues For Youth, a nonprofit group that works with at-risk youth ages 14-24 to prevent homelessness.
Reverse osmosis (RO) technologies for removal of boron from natural waters began to be applied relatively recently, which was due to the lack of borselective membranes and membrane elements based on them on the market.
The boron was found in calcium sulfate mineral veins, meaning the boron was present in Mars groundwater, and provides another indication that some of the groundwater in Gale Crater was habitable.
Olive fertility as affected by cross pollination and boron. The Scientific World.
Caption: Figure 5: X-ray diffractograms of the solid phases generated during the evaporation of aqueous phase after back-extraction of boron. (a) Direct evaporating and (b) evaporating after acidification.
Boron Suboxide, B60 is the third hardest material behind diamond and cubic boron nitride.
Caption: Figure 2: (a) A 2D sheet of boron triangular nanotube BT [m,n].