boron


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Synonyms for boron

a trivalent metalloid element

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Saint-Gobain invites customers and visitors to Ceramitec to experience the Boron Nitride solutions in Booth 321, Hall A6.
But there is a problem of relatively low boron contents in most of the soils.
In underground waters, arsenic and boron reach at the values over normal standards depending on fast oxidization, high resonance and their mobility.
Regarding serum boron levels, OA patients demonstrated significantly lower concentrations of serum boron (86%; P < 0.
The idea that supplemental use of boron might reduce the risk of prostate cancer was first brought to the attention of scientists following a 2001 study on dietary patterns of prostate cancer patients as reported long ago in Life Extension magazine.
White and her co-workers addressed this question with an experimental thermodynamic analysis of two key allotropes of boron and published their findings in Angewandte Chemie at the beginning of the year.
The data presented in Table 1 revealed that interaction between boron and sulphur application, being highly significant, proved a combination of 30 kg/ha sulphur and a single spray at 4 weeks after germination of 1% boron solution, to give the highest plant height (171 cm) at maturity.
Boron is the second most important micro-nutrient for rice after Zinc (Zn).
Back at the end of 2011, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yyldyz said that no privatization efforts were planned for the boron industry.
Though other blue diamonds have less than one atom of boron per million, the extra boron doesn't make the Hope bluer.
Results obtained from the studies with boron over the past three decades show substantial inconsistencies, since supplemental boron has promoted broiler performance in several trials (Rossi et al.
Boron production is carried out at four mines and four associated processing plants which produce three different borate minerals: colemanite, ulexite and tincal.
They include iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), molybdenum (Mo), and boron (B).
ANKARA, November 09, 2011(TUR) - Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz has said that Turkey expected to have 800 million Turkish Lira (TL) of profit from boron exports by the end of 2011.
Henry Weller, a physicist at Duke University, and his colleagues, examined what happens when a hydrogen atom (a proton) is smashed into an atom of boron at high speed.