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05/20/22 - 04:46 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Nuclear power generates around 20% of the world's electricity and provides more than a fifth of all energy. It does not emit any emissions while operation; only during production and transportation do emissions occur. As a result, it's a viable solution for lowering greenhouse gas emissions. NASDAQ: FEAM is mining boric acid, which can be injected with other ingredients. In the nuclear power generation boron is infused with stainless steel is to improve neutron-absorbing qualities. Know more about this at https://borates.today/nuclear-energy-boron/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM's resource quality, domestic supply source, and downstream processing capabilities give the company a competitive advantage and add safety to energy resources.
  • martinezcharles660 - NASDAQ: FEAM's innovative materials business is supported by its low-cost, low-impact boron resource in Southern California, which the US government has recognized as Critical Infrastructure and is the world's largest known new conventional boron deposit.
  • drLisatorres - Nuclear energy is still facing challenges like public opposition resulting from safety concerns following incidents like Chernobyl and Fukushima; funding difficulties stemming from expensive capital costs; and long project lead times due to regulatory processes and building requirements.
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  • Because of their high force, boron neodymium magnets can also assist hobbyists in crafts or modelling. These magnets may be produced in a variety of shapes and sizes and are resistant to magnetic demagnetization, making them a versatile material that can be utilised for nearly anything. NASDAQ: FEAM's most appealing economic possibility, noting that boron-containing compounds (particularly ferro boron/boron carbide) are used to create permanent magnets for use in electric vehicles, together with iron (Fe), neodymium/praseodymium (NdPr), and other trace elements.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The magnet’s three most important ingredients are Neodymium, Iron and Boron. These make up 29%-32%, 64% to 68%. And lastly there is about 1 percent for all of these which helps strengthen its composition as well!
  • drLisatorres - The NASDAQ: FEAM engage in mining boric acid which is further processed to create rare earth magnetics, including Neodymium permanent magnets
  • martinezcharles660 - Magnetic forces are at the heart of modern technology. From motors to batteries, these tiny magnets help us navigate our world by converting electrical energy into mechanical ones!
05/18/22 - 12:45 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron is one of these incredible catalysts that can decrease CO2 in the presence of merely water and light. This lays the groundwork for a new and more efficient technique of converting CO2 into a viable carbon source for fuel and chemical production. NASDAQ: FEAM is well positioned to become a vertically integrated global leader in BORON+ innovative materials with an emphasis on decarbonization. BORON+ products are designed for critical, high-value applications in renewable energy and electric transportation. Know more on https://bit.ly/3wkFoJg
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  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM is excellently positioned for these main topics, with the US government creating policy to source important minerals from local sources. They've raised its share price to A$4.94 from A$3.40 earlier.
  • martinezcharles660 - The forecast for borates and speciality materials in North America by NASDAQ: FEAM has acquired significant traction, owing to decarbonization applications.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - By developing breakthrough BORON+ applications, NASDAQ: FEAM enables worldwide decarbonization and the fight for net zero.
  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM is the most appealing economic potential, with boron-containing compounds (particularly ferro boron/boron carbide) being used in electric vehicles, permanent magnets, and other end-use applications with a robust, expanding demand backdrop outside of decarbonization-related issues.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - A boron catalyst that self-heats serves as a light harvester, photothermal converter, hydrogen producer, and catalyst all in one.
05/17/22 - 03:12 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron insufficiency is common over the world, and the lack of Boron in soil limits agriculture and forestry growth and development. Woody species are more prone to suffer from long-term or mild Boron insufficiency since they have a larger body size, longer lifespan, and more Boron reserves than herbaceous plants. NASDAQ: FEAM is part of a strategy to diversify supply in a market that requires more boron to meet the long-term demand themes of food security. The company is excellently positioned for this, with the US government creating policy to acquire crucial minerals from local sources.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - In California and Arizona, NASDAQ: FEAM has access to large target audiences (collectively known as the breadbasket of the US)
  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady location, barely 230 kilometres from Los Angeles, is suitable for serving California's boron demands.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - More than two-thirds of the fresh fruit in the United States is grown in California, where NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady is located.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Given the increasing strain on arable land paired with a growing population, the agriculture sector internationally needs to improve the quality of cropland used for growing crops.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is required for increased plant growth and development. It aids in the strengthening of their cell walls as well as the management of porosity.
05/16/22 - 01:42 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Rare Earth elements are significant because they have magnetic and optical properties that are used in audio speakers, hard drives, camera lenses, MRI imaging, and a variety of monitors. However, mining them comes at a price, as post-mining purification processes generate dangerous waste. Boron is a promising replacement since it is clean, superconductive, and energy efficient while also being less expensive and environment friendly. NASDAQ: FEAM plans to extract boric acid from drill-holes using a very unique non-open pit process termed In-Situ Leach (ISL) mining for its Fort Cady mining operations. This mining method has been proved with a variety of materials, including bromine, uranium, and copper, with bromine and uranium mining being the most common. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/39WHAxL
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  • martinezcharles660 -  The mining and processing processes at NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady will produce no waste rock, tailings, or liquid waste, the latter due to the company's use of a zero liquid discharge (ZLD) evaporation process.
  • andrewjackson6626 - ESG benefits of NASDAQ: FEAM ISL mining has several advantages over competing open-pit mining methods, the most noticeable of which is the avoidance of substantial landscape changes that can be extremely disruptive to the local environment, including plants and wildlife.
  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM, given the US government's reliance on at-risk foreign supply and rising geopolitical tensions, securing a dependable and sustainable supply of crucial resources has become a top priority.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM has broken ground and started construction on its Small-Scale Boron Facility ("SSBF") with a leading publicly traded full-service contractor in the United States.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - As new technologies emerge, the rare earth industry, as well as near-rare earths like Boron, will experience tremendous expansion.
05/13/22 - 08:57 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per MST Access report, NASDAQ: FEAM will investigate the extraction of lithium from process water after the extraction of boric acid. The primary focus remains on the boron specialty business, as well as current engineering and test work associated with improving the solution mine and process, which has the potential to be some of the lowest costs in the market, with a potential annual production of 20,000t of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE). Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3yDIKsm
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  • drLisatorres - The market consensus predicts that lithium prices will remain high as western and Chinese battery production capacity expands, fueled by expectations of strong EV sales against a backdrop of increased decarbonization efforts.
  • martinezcharles660 - Prices in the global lithium market have reached new highs, reflecting the current tight supply and strong demand. This strength is expected to continue as supply remains tight and demand for EVs grows.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM will investigate the extraction of lithium from process water after the extraction of boric acid.
05/13/22 - 04:37 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM's  Fort Cady project is only 230 kilometres northeast of Los Angeles and is perfectly positioned to capitalise on: • the US Government's policy of sourcing critical minerals from onshore sources; and • the Californian market's need for high-quality soil, with California producing more than two-thirds of the country's fresh produce. Learn more about the company at https://bit.ly/3l7YXxW
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  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM is aiming for an updated economic review in 2QCY22, after which the company expects to shift into construction-related activities in order to deliver meaningful production in the face of a limited global supply of boron.
  • martinezcharles660 - The SSBF will be used to advance boron advanced materials customer contracts, optimise engineering and construction for NASDAQ: FEAM's large-scale boron and lithium facility, and generate sales.
  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM is looking for boron applications in clean energy transition, electric transportation, and food security, among other high-performance, high-tech, and high-margin applications.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM's designation of Fort Cady as U.S. Critical Infrastructure by CISA represents a significant milestone in that the US government recognises Fort Cady's importance and supports its goal of providing a new, critical, and domestic source of boron in the midst of a challenged global supply chain.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - CISA, a US federal agency and operational component of the Department of Homeland Security, is in charge of understanding, managing, and mitigating risk to the nation's cyber and physical infrastructure.
05/12/22 - 01:04 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per report, Boron has yet to make the US Geological Survey's list of "critical minerals," despite the fact that increasingly volatile geopolitics threaten global supplies of rare earths and minerals. Raising the importance of boron to eventually get on that list is a bet-the-company prospect for the owner of a mining venture NASDAQ: FEAM  in California's Mojave Desert that is thought to have the world's largest known new boron deposit. It requires the spotlight — and, ultimately, the critical mineral designation — to gain support from the Pentagon, Energy Department, and Congress in order to access contracts and billions of dollars in loans and grants for mine development. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/39V9SsB
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM expects to complete an updated economic review for the large-scale Fort Cady boric acid.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The United States accounts for about 20% of boron production, trailing only Turkey, which mines 60% of the mineral.
  • andrewjackson6626 - With the current global reliance on a single borate supplier, Eti Maden to continually meet increasing demand opens significant opportunities for new suppliers such as NASDAQ: FEAM
  • martinezcharles660 - As the United States shifts its focus to domestic production of materials critical to the economy, climate, and national security, funding is becoming competitive due to the government's often limited resources for such projects.
  • drLisatorres - "Boron is probably where lithium was 10 years ago," said Henri Tausch, CEO of NASDAQ: FEAM, which owns the Fort Cady mine.
05/11/22 - 12:45 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to MST Access, aside from Fort Cady, future borate demand growth is expected to be met primarily by Turkey, with the remainder met by other suppliers in the US and other countries. Eti Maden has significant additional capacity to meet increased supply requirements. As a result, the current global reliance on a single borate supplier, Eti Maden, to meet rising global demand creates significant opportunities for new suppliers like NASDAQ: FEAM. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/39aCZb5
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  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM will have strategic options with the boric acid produced by its ISL mining process at Fort Cady, including selling boric acid "as-is" to downstream refiners that make boron carbide, which is used by PMSM manufacturers to make EV motors.
  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM's strategic flexibility in this regard is quite appealing from an investment standpoint, as we believe it would effectively yield a'multiplier effect' on our current revenue and EBITDA streams.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady asset is a significant and much-needed source of incremental borates supply in the United States (and likely globally), distinguished by its highly convenient location for domestic consumption.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM is uniquely positioned within the global decarbonization value chain, with a highly appealing asset portfolio of critical borates and lithium materials based in the United States.
  • martinezcharles660 - According to NASDAQ: FEAM expects to begin production in 2HCY22 . The boric acid head-grade assumption has been increased from 3.7 percent to 5.1 percent in new mine planning, allowing for a new mine plan that assumes the entire ore body will be mined.
05/10/22 - 12:25 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM also has another boron and lithium project in Salt Wells, Nevada, in the United States. The Salt Wells assets, acquired in late May 2018, produced high concentrations of both lithium and boron in surface samples, with concentrations of the former reaching 810 ppm and the latter reaching 5.2% + boric acid equivalent. Read more about this on https://borates.today/feam-technology-boron/
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  • drLisatorres - The quality of its resources, as well as its domestic supply source and downstream processing capabilities, give NASDAQ: FEAM a competitive advantage. This gives them an advantage when it comes to meeting customer product specifications and ensuring a consistent, reliable supply.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM owns Fort Cady and Salt Wells, but the former will be the company's primary focus in the near future.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM had postponed its spending plans on the project until 2022 in order to focus its assets on commercialising and expanding operations at Fort Cady as of July 2020.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The Salt Wells Projects are located in Nevada's Clayton Valley, which is notable for being one of the state's premier lithium-producing regions.
  • martinezcharles660 - The site is also 36 square kilometres in size, making it an appealing prospect for further exploration and development.
05/09/22 - 01:23 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • The MST Access report assessment is based on the data available from the existing eDFS (released February 2021). In May 2021, NASDAQ: FEAM announced that Phase 1A of the project would be postponed in order to focus on a larger borate option and the manufacturing of borate specialty in conjunction with boric acid sales. The company is now aiming to complete an updated economic evaluation in 2QCY22, after which it plans to begin construction work. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3w6uLbG
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  • andrewjackson6626 - On the back of higher expected pricing for both boric acid and SOP, the company has increased our valuation from A$3.40.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM believe that a risky NPV is an acceptable basis for a core valuation for a pre-production asset with many phases. Using risky NPV, our core valuation is A$4.94 per share.
  • drLisatorres - They anticipate starting the new operation in CY2024. Also assumed is that a second stage of production (formerly Phase 3) will be launched in CY2028 and will be financed mostly through cash flows.
  • martinezcharles660 - Their estimate is based on a 270 kstpa (boric acid) and 240 kstpa (boric acid) first level of production (a combination of Phase 1A–1C + Phase 2 per eDFS) (SOP).
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM is also constructing an integrated boron production unit to generate a variety of specialty borates in order to determine the types of goods that can be produced and to establish client partnerships.
05/07/22 - 03:30 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • It's evident that boron supply isn't exactly the most flexible, with production declining slightly in recent years and edging towards a supply crisis. Imagine how 10x growth will affect the market if supply is so tight that it can't keep up with 4.5 percent yearly growth in boron sale Ability to provide is constrained due to limited mining opportunities and minimal investments in the space. NASDAQ: FEAM is well positioned to become a vertically integrated global leader in BORON+ innovative materials with an emphasis on decarbonization.
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  • martinezcharles660 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady facility is a critical and required source of additional borates supply in the United States, distinguished by its very convenient position for domestic consumption.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Eti Maden has a slightly different problem. Inflation has wreaked havoc on the state-owned mining firm, which crossed 20% at the end of last year and reached over 50% just before Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
  • drLisatorres - Rio Tinto's main boron deposit, which they've been mining since 1927, has roughly 20 years left in it, so there's not much opportunity, or desire, to raise output.
05/06/22 - 12:52 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to the MST Access report, re-domiciliation will give NASDAQ: FEAM access to a much larger market and investment base. To meet their international market risk criteria, many US-based institutional investors and funds want a local domicile for their investments and tend to limit the number of foreign issuers in their US equities portfolios. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3kNMoYG
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  • drLisatorres - Because NASDAQ: FEAM will be better positioned to grasp possibilities as a local producer, the re-domiciliation is likely to accelerate product commercialisation.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The most important Fort Cady asset is in California. In addition, for boric acid, borate speciality goods, SOP, and lithium, the company will focus on the United States.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM has dramatically restructured its senior management staff, which is now based entirely in the United States.
  • martinezcharles660 - The NASDAQ: FEAM's listing in the United States also allows it to be compared to other US-listed stocks in similar markets, such as Albemarle, MP Materials, and Livent.
05/05/22 - 12:37 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to the MST Access report, the spot price of boric acid is roughly US$1250/t. The themes of decarbonisation, electrification, and food supply continue to drive demand for boron. Two suppliers dominate supply; the second-biggest, Rio Tinto, is experiencing diminishing production, resulting in an over-reliance on imports from the largest, Eti Maden of Turkey. A supply gap is growing, and new providers are desperately needed. NASDAQ: FEAM has the world's only substantially approved new supply of boron.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Due to our enhanced Boric Acid pricing estimates, NASDAQ: FEAM has increased their valuation to A$4.94/share (from A$3.40 previously).
  • martinezcharles660 - Small Scale Boron Facility (SSBF) will focus on high-margin specialty borate markets for customers with specialized boron requirements, according to NASDAQ: FEAM.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM expects to finish an updated economic analysis for the large-scale Fort Cady boric acid/lithium/sulphate of potash (SOP) project in 2QCY22.
  • drLisatorres - President Biden signed the Defense Production Act into law in March 2022, with the goal of securing American production of vital resources to support a clean energy economy and reducing dependency on China for materials to power America's clean energy future.
05/04/22 - 12:23 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha Report- Boron can also be used as an additive to the panel's glass to reduce reflectivity and thus increase the panel's efficiency. Solar is expected to grow at a rate of more than 20% per year until 2026. Furthermore, by 2050, wind and solar are expected to generate up to 70% of the world's electricity. With electricity generation increasing 2.5x over the same time period, boron's use in both technologies will almost certainly be a huge boon to the industry. NASDAQ: FEAM is on track to become the world's leading supplier of boron+ advanced materials.
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  • drLisatorres - Solar panels account for 52% of global boron consumption. China (37%) and North America (23%) consume roughly 60% of the world's borate production.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - FEAM is currently working to commercialise a boron mine in Southern California, which has the largest known boron deposit that is not owned by Rio Tinto or Eti Maden.
  • martinezcharles660 - While silicon is widely regarded as the most important component of a PV solar panel, boron is possibly the second most important because it is responsible for the generation of an electrical charge.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron's use in glass extends to solar panels, where it plays an important role.
05/03/22 - 12:36 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha- NASDAQ: FEAM's small-scale boric acid plant, which Mr. Tausch claims will produce a few thousand tons of boric acid per year, is larger than a typical pilot facility and is an important component of the company's risk-reduction efforts. It will cost between $40 and $50 million to bring into production, which means it is already fully funded, given the company's $55.84 million in cash at the end of 2021.
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  • martinezcharles660 - One of the current appeals of boron is that it is relatively inexpensive in comparison to most rare earth metals.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - According to Credit Suisse, the use of boron in many decarbonization applications could increase demand by up to tenfold by 2050.
  • drLisatorres - With boric acid prices reaching $1,250 per ton last month, after falling to as low as $569 in 2020 and ending last year at around $900, it's clear that the supply squeeze is already underway.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The company expects to spend $210.9 million to bring Phase 1 into production. With the majority of the $55.84 million allocated to small-scale boric acid production, NASDAQ: FEAM will be starting from scratch for Phase 1 construction.
05/02/22 - 12:56 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is developing a portfolio of products that will serve the rapidly-growing decarbonization economy and growing demand for boron. The company has partnered with universities in order to identify emerging trends, develop innovations like BORON+, take advantage of new market opportunities as they arise, and establish an IP position on these issues through research. Read more on https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Surprisingly, NASDAQ: FEAM is also testing boron-infused SOP ("SOP+B").
  • drLisatorres - The intended effect might be achieved in a variety of methods, including the addition of boron composites to boost strength or even the study of boron-doped lanthanum clusters.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM signed a research partnership agreement with Georgetown University last month to investigate "the progress of boron-based materials research in permanent magnets."
  • martinezcharles660 - NASDAQ: FEAM presently has four products: boric acid, SOP, SOP+B, and gypsum.
05/01/22 - 12:37 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Many boron resources across the world generate the element in tiny amounts and would not be called large boron deposits. This may seem contradictory given that boron is one of the most plentiful substances on the planet. However, the scarcity of boron stems from its rather uniform distribution; however, NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady mining resources are believed to be one of the world's greatest boron deposits. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3y1JxmJ
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady, has a total resource estimated at 327 million short tons with an 8.2% boric acid concentration.
  • martinezcharles660 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady is the world's biggest known conventional boron deposit outside of traditional duopoly producers Rio Tinto and Eti Maden.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - There are extremely few sites with a considerable concentration of the element, and even fewer with a significant concentration on a large scale.
04/29/22 - 01:09 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha NASDAQ: FEAM has already engaged a company to finish Phase 1 of its project, and it is scheduled to commence production with a small-scale boric acid manufacturing unit by the end of the year. The firm has also successfully generated boric acid with a purity of more than 99.9%, reducing the risk of the project's future operations. Read more on https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • martinezcharles660 - FEAM intends to increase output to 500,000 tons per year during the next year and a half.
  • drLisatorres - According to Mr. Pipitone, the production would be 250,000 tons per year, indicating that the corporation appears to have shifted the project to a two-phase development.  After achieving a yearly production of 250,000 tons.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In terms of ramping up to commercial production, NASDAQ: FEAM anticipates reaching its first phase of manufacturing by the end of 2024.
04/28/22 - 01:07 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to Seeking Alpha NASDAQ: FEAM's use of the ISL mining technique eliminates the necessity for a cutoff grade because the solution will not preferentially overlook boron minerals at low concentrations. As a result, the 5% threshold grade is largely meaningless, and the project's real current size is closer to 26.85 Mt. Read more about this on https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • martinezcharles660 - Mining in situ, often known as solution mining. This method involves leaving ores in the ground and dissolving the minerals in a solution.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Seeking Aplha as states that this method not only improves the project's finances, but it also improves the ESG issues by reducing the amount of earth that must be moved.
  • drLisatorres - While this is a relatively new mining approach, it is being employed for the extraction of many other minerals, including copper, uranium, and even lithium, so there isn't much increased risk associated with NASDAQ: FEAM using this strategy.
04/27/22 - 01:03 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha, NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady boron project holds 13.93Mt of boric acid at a 5% cutoff grade, making it the world's biggest known borate deposit not controlled by Eti Maden or Rio Tinto (RIO). Late last year, the business disclosed additional exploratory work that it hopes would result in a resource estimate of 1.95Mt to 10.08Mt bigger than the previous 13.93Mt estimate.
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  • martinezcharles660 - As it stands, the average concentration of the deposit is 6.6% boric oxide, and NASDAQ: FEAM employed a threshold grade of 5% boric oxide in their DFS.
  • drLisatorres - A major portion of the region possesses amounts of boric oxide over the 6% threshold.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM has mostly overlooked the project's southern region. Motivated by the fact that the corporation hasn't done much exploration in that region, previous drilling data from Duval Corp in 1982 for Fort Cady revealed boric oxide quantities of up to 8%.
04/26/22 - 01:14 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to a Seeking Alpha research, boron output is steadily dropping as present sources are exhausted, resulting in a demand imbalance. As a result, prices have soared to as much as $1,250 per ton, well beyond earlier forecasts of $739 per ton. To meet rising boron demand, NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to become an integrated global leader in BORON+ critical materials. The company's highly strategic essential mineral asset- Fort Cady, located in Southern California, is all ready to realize significant value by monetizing boric acid. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3rQD7D2
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  • martinezcharles660 - The fertilizer industry, however, has space for expansion as boron use rises to meet its agricultural optimum threshold.
  • drLisatorres - Boron demand might be tenfold by 2050 in a high-growth scenario. At that moment, decarbonization methods would account for more than 90% of boron consumption. NASDAQ: FEAM comes into play here since they will supply boron+ materials with the goal of decarbonization.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron's relative demand appears to be increasing swiftly, and these high prices are expected to continue.
04/25/22 - 03:23 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • The use of boron carbide in the development of new material science has led to an expansion of its market. This strong and durable ceramic can be found all across our world, from tank armor or bulletproof vests to nuclear control rods which prevent accidents at power plants, even space satellites need some protection against collision damage. NASDAQ: FEAM has the potential to become a North American leader in global borates extraction. This company is well positioned and will likely emerge as one of leaders for many years ahead! https://bit.ly/3rO7hXE
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  • martinezcharles660 - The U.S efforts to bolster its domestic supply chains of critical materials is only going stronger with NASDAQ: FEAM emerging as another key participant in this effort!
  • drLisatorres - Ceramic consumption has been on the rise recently with 12% of annual global consumption going towards ceramic tiles and pots.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - While boron carbide begins to oxidise at temperatures ranging from 400°C to 500°C, boron nitride does not begin to oxidise until temperatures reach 1,900°C. This is far higher than diamond, which begins to deteriorate around 800°C.
04/22/22 - 09:31 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron can also be used as an addition to the panel's glass to minimize reflection and so increase the panel's efficiency. Solar is expected to expand at a rate of more than 20% each year through 2026. Furthermore, by 2050, wind and solar are predicted to produce up to 70% of the world's power. NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to develop as a North American leader in the extraction and production of global borates, with downstream refining capability in the long run.
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  • martinezcharles660 - CISA recently recognised NASDAQ; FEAM's Fort Cady as "Critical Infrastructure," highlighting the importance of a U.S.-based supply of borates and other decarbonization-enabling materials to the United States' energy transition objectives.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - With power generation increasing 2.5x during the same time span, boron's use in both technologies will almost certainly be a huge boost to the sector.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Because of the boron’s excellent resilience and flexibility, it is a strong contender for usage in wind turbine blades as well, since it can bend with the wind while keeping the construction very light.
04/22/22 - 02:59 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • The greatest place to begin with the boron industry is with its most basic application, fertiliser. There are several fertiliser formulae available, some of which are boron-rich and many of which are not. Fertilizers are frequently connected with the "big three" plant elements, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady in Southern California, which we believe is well-positioned to generate significant value by monetizing boric acid, a chemical used in a wide range of historical applications (glasses, fertilizers, ceramics, detergents, etc.)
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  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM clearly appears as a crucial stakeholder in the United States' endeavor to strengthen domestic supply chains of critical commodities.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron shortage is commonly defined as soils with less than 1 ppm of boron, despite the fact that most soils in the Americas have a natural boron content in the range of.5 ppm -.6 ppm, with the exception of alfisols, which often have a natural boron content of between.6 ppm and 1 ppm.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - According to Michigan State University studies, deficits in soil boron levels are rather prevalent if not artificially replaced.
04/21/22 - 02:53 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • In light of new concerns around the globe with respect to supply diversification, many investors are looking into boron as an element that could be critical for future success. The NASDAQ:FEAM seems most pure-play when it comes down to supplying the world’s need from this boron+ advanced materials.
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  • martinezcharles660 - In comparison to competitors, NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady mine is targeting a run rate of more than 400 thousand tonnes by 2024.
  • drLisatorres - The Chinese government has 80% of the downstream processing (i.e., boron carbide) industry under its control which makes it very difficult for other countries to compete with them in terms or quantity produced and quality."
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Turkey and its state-owned assets account for 60% of world supply.
04/20/22 - 12:51 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • With the ever-changing materials science, NASDAQ: FEAM has positioned itself to become a boron+ advanced materials leader. The company's vision is that it will soon offer its customers boron products in various forms and combinations - from high-value oxides all way down through halides or carbide components which experts believe could have a material "multiplier effect."
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  • drLisatorres - NASDAQ: FEAM plans on becoming the global supplier of boron, with boron's traditional and decarbonization-focused applications driving 10x consumption growth by 2050.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron+ advanced material that has been used in the powering industries of the future. With its high-end applications including batteries, EVs, and renewable energy infrastructure it will continue to be an integral part of years ahead!
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron+ critical materials are essential to everyday life. These elements have a wide range of applications and substitutions would not be as effective in their place because they offer unique properties that cannot easily be replaced by other substances or elements.
04/19/22 - 03:07 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM's most attractive economic opportunity is currently boron-containing compounds. These include Ferro Boron/Boron Carbide, which is utilized along with iron (Fe), neodymium/praseodymium (NdPr), and other trace elements in the manufacturing process for permanent magnets used in electric vehicles, wind turbines.
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  • drLisatorres - These magnets are believed to be the strongest permanent magnets and have a Nd2Fe14B chemical structure, with Neodymium making up 29%-32% of its mass.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - These NdFeB magnets are employed in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSMs), which we think are used in about 90% of EVs produced today due to their extremely favourable power density profile vs alternative motor types such as Induction Motors and Electrically-Excited Synchronous Motors.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - In various industry, these magnets are referred to as NdFeB, NIB, NdPr, or Neo magnets, and they are used to transform electrical energy into mechanical energy.
04/18/22 - 03:30 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • As a fully integrated provider of boron advanced materials, 5E Advanced Materials, Inc (NASDAQ: FEAM) has the potential to create new product families with high-value oxides and halides that we believe could have an even greater impact on this initial 500KsTPY project’s revenue and EBITDA.
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  • drLisatorres - In the near term, Davidson anticipates the company to start commercializing its larger-scale facility, with a planned ramp to the run-rate boric acid capacity of 500KsTPY by 2H27.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - 5E Advanced Materials plans to begin full-scale construction of its initial small-scale boric acid plant (SSBF; 2KsTPY) at its Fort Cady location in May 2022, with operations expected to begin by year's end.
  • martinezcharles660 - As per Davidson’s report the estimated revenue for 1H25E and 2H27E at $438M and $875M respectively, with assumptions about the average price set at $1,500/ton (boric acid) and $25,000/ton (lithium carbonate).
04/15/22 - 10:53 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Longer-term, boron-containing compounds (ferro boron/boron carbide particularly) are used, together with iron (Fe), neodymium/praseodymium (NdPr), and other trace elements, to create permanent magnets for use in electric vehicles (EVs), wind turbines, and other end-use applications with desirable scalability. 5E Advanced Materials has a distinct competitive advantage in the global borates market, which includes a very attractive and strategic borates/lithium asset in the United States with strong ESG attributes and vertical integration prospects.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The 5E Advanced Materials market report highlights a large-scale, greenfield boric acid project with a targeted nameplate production capacity of 500KsTPY and the potential for refined lithium carbonate.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - 5E Advanced Materials’ ability to supply key chemicals for domestic applications and strengthen their partnership with government agencies tasked with supporting critical infrastructure projects such as Fort Cady may lead them into becoming a major supplier of subsidies.
  • martinezcharles660 - With a unique position in the global decarbonization value chain, 5E Advanced Materials possesses an attractive US-based asset portfolio of critical borates and lithium materials for end users. The former includes permanent magnets that power EV transportation as well as wind turbines while the latter can be found within vehicles' batteries - making it essential to this industry's progress!
04/15/22 - 01:30 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • In 2021, passenger electric vehicle sales in the United States increased by 89% year over year, despite a 10% increase in total passenger car sales, and EV market share in the United States was only 3.0%-3.5% at the end of the year.
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  • martinezcharles660 - EVs are a critical driver of our potential to cut transportation-related emissions, and as a result, they have garnered substantial investment from automakers and are becoming increasingly popular among U.S. customers.
  • drLisatorres - 5E Advanced Materials certainly emerges as another major participant in the United States' drive to strengthen our domestic supply chains of critical materials - on par with the importance of rare earth elements, lithium, and battery cathode/anode materials, in our perspective.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - 50% U.S. market share in 2021 would have equated to passenger EV sales of approximately 7.5M units, compared to 0.5M EVs actually sold in 2021, implying that U.S. EV sales would need to increase at least 14-to-15-fold in nine years.
04/14/22 - 01:09 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • According to Davidson, 5E Advanced Material's Fort Cady project is valued at EV/EBITDA based on run-rate EBITDA generated by boric acid and lithium carbonate production in 1H25 and 2H27, which the company presently estimates to be $241M and $490M, respectively.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Given the parabolic upward moves witnessed in lithium, rare metals, and other decarbonization-driven specialty materials that appear to be suffering supply squeezes, there might be even more aggressive pricing assumptions.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - With regard to boron, it is believed that supply gaps from typical market supply/demand factors will begin to occur in the global market beginning in 2023, potentially driving pricing considerably higher.
  • martinezcharles660 - According to Davidson's model, a sales price of $1,500/tonne for boric acid and $25,000/tonne for lithium carbonate is contemplated, the latter of which is well below (65 percent) current spot prices and well aligned with the magnitude of discount to spot lithium pricing recently used in a published economic impact study.
04/13/22 - 01:23 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • The recent NASDAQ: FEAM listing of 5E Advanced Materials is highly rational, given that 5E's assets are already based in the United States, and the resulting increase in U.S. institutional access significantly improves the company's ability to connect with investors and potentially source incremental capital required for larger-scale commercialization of its assets.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a major breakthrough for the company as it will increase its ability to connect with investors and potentially source the incremental capital required.
  • drLisatorres - According to D.A. Davidson, 5E Advanced Materials' recent NASDAQ listing is extremely appropriate, considering that 5E's assets are already headquartered in the United States.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - 5E Advanced Materials selection of the NASDAQ as its primary listing/exchange opens the door for the company to pursue capital needs beyond its already-funded SSBF through potential debt/equity capital markets transactions, strategic partnerships, government loans/grants, and other means.
04/12/22 - 01:07 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • The initial output focus of 5E Advanced Materials for Fort Cady, boric acid, is a market currently dominated by a duopolistic structure led by Eti Maden, supplying 60% -65% of the world boric acid from Turkey, and Rio Tinto, supplying an additional 20 % -25 % from an aging open-pit asset in Southern California, which they believe creates an attractive opportunity for 5E to enter a market positioned for significant, decarbonization-fueled demand.
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  • martinezcharles660 - On the demand side, 5E sees the potential for a significant increase in annual boric acid equivalent (BAE) consumption (to a 6%-8% CAGR) over historical baseline levels (4% CAGR) as a result of extra boron demands arising from decarbonization-related applications, notably for downstream products such as oxides, nitrides, and carbides, where consumption growth rates are expected to be in the low double-digit range (CAGR basis) over the next five years.
  • drLisatorres - Rio Tinto's annual output of boric acid is anticipated to decline once its Southern California mine life expires in 2042, for both strategic and geological reasons. Rio Tinto has also undertaken a strategic turn toward refining lithium from its tailings created during decades of boric acid production.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - According to the state data, inflation in Turkey, where Eti Maden works, rose to a new 20-year high of 61 percent in March (measured by consumer prices). This inflation, along with the drop in the value of the Turkish Lira (which lost 44% of its relative value in 2021 and another 9% so far in 2022), has created a highly adverse operating environment for Eti Maden, according to 5E, which may constrain its ability to expand incremental productive capacity and provide more global supply assurance.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - At the present, two powerful factors are operating on the incumbents in the boric acid market, Eti Maden and Rio Tinto, to create a favorable dynamic in which 5E can emerge as an important incremental supplier of boric acid and high-value downstream products.
04/11/22 - 12:37 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron is believed to be synthesised by cosmic ray spallation and supernovae and is a low-abundance element in our Solar System, accounting for 0.001 % of the Earth's crust by mass. Boric Acid, Sodium Borate, and Boron Carbide are examples of common Boron compounds, with the majority of current annual consumption used in glass is 52 %. To meet boron demand, 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. is delivering a safe source of BORON+ advanced materials to worldwide supply chains.
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  • martinezcharles660 - These boron compounds are traded based on their individual boric acid concentration (i.e. purity), which varies depending on the ore source, compound, and the presence/absence of additional elements such as calcium and salt.
  • drLisatorres - Boron's latter applications include automotive, semiconductor, military/defense, space, and many more. Boron does not exist in its elemental form and must be mixed with oxygen and other elements to generate boric acid or borates, both of which are inorganic salts.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The remaining boron yearly consumption is divided as follows: micronutrients/fertilizer additive is 13%, ceramics is 12%, detergents is 3%, and other, more niche-like uses is 20%.
04/08/22 - 03:46 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • 5E Advanced Materials, formerly known as American Pacific Borates, owns Fort Cady, a highly important essential mineral deposit in Southern California. Fort Cady is the world's largest known new conventional boron deposit. The plant is described as having a "light-touch environmental impact with more ESG efforts in the works (solution extraction, geothermal potential)" by 5e. Furthermore, there are co-product advantages with Lithium, SOP Gypsum on-site. 5e is developing a vertically integrated specialty materials firm with its own resource - the world's largest new Boron deposit in 2022. Find more about 5E on https://bit.ly/3rQD7D2
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency recently categorised 5E's Fort Cady Integrated Boron Facility as Critical Infrastructure (February 2022).
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Fort Cady is the world's biggest known conventional boron deposit outside of the traditional duopoly producers Rio Tinto and Eti Maden, with a total resource estimated to be 327 million short tonnes with an 8.2 percent boric acid concentration.
  • martinezcharles660 - The business also owns another possible boron and lithium property at Salt Wells, Nevada, which is thought to be an internally drained, fault-bounded basin where borates were manufactured from surface salts during the 1800s at the Salt Wells North site.
04/07/22 - 01:03 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron is a great candidate for rocket fuel because of its cheap storage costs and simplicity of production. It is also an excellent jet fuel additive. https://borates.today/ammonia-borane-power/
    Ammonia borane, NH3BH3, is being tested as an alternative to standard carbon-based chemical rocket fuels by scientists at the University of California, Riverside. This might pave the way for carbon-free space launches
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borosilicates and solid oxidising agents can be kept indefinitely without degradation or risk of premature ignite.
  • martinezcharles660 - Borane, in the form of ammonia borane, is being employed in electric car fuel cells. Catalysis is used to release hydrogen there.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The bipropellant generates enormous amounts of hot gases in a short period of time by mixing boron and nitrogen. The gases are used for a wide range of applications, including rocket propulsion.
04/06/22 - 03:08 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Sodium batteries paired with boron are undoubtedly a safer and more dependable option to lithium batteries.
    https://borates.today/green-sodium-batteries/
    If inefficiencies can be solved, they may provide a viable alternative to lithium-ion batteries. The use of carbon, boron, and hydrogen – carbo hydridoborate – by researchers in Geneva modifies the crystal structure, improving performance.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Discoveries have made it possible to produce sodium batteries more easily, notably in the automobile sector. These batteries are slightly heavier than typical and have the potential to power automobiles. While the cost-effectiveness of manufacturing them has yet to be assessed, the industry must acknowledge that the material that has been identified is remarkable.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Sodium appears to be the future of battery technology. It is more environmentally friendly than lithium, which is used to power the majority of automobiles and electronics.
  • drLisatorres - A sodium battery might be a superior choice. It is less expensive than lithium and abundant all throughout the world. It is also less difficult to recycle.
04/01/22 - 01:03 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Humans need to consume food that has been stored properly and is protected from disease.
    https://borates.today/food-hunger-and-boron/
    An agricultural feed with boron can increase plant yields in this situation, as well providing many essential hormones which help regulate growth & development for plants; it also aids them when using other nutrients more efficiently by giving off these same resources naturally through its metabolism process.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Countries must attain food security for the simple reason that the right of their population to healthy, balanced, inexpensive, and accessible food is a human right. It is one of the most fundamental human rights.
  • martinezcharles660 - Poor sanitation can have a detrimental effect on the parasite's host's health and fitness. Parasites can be avoided by consuming a diet high in micronutrients such as boron. The World Health Organization recommends a boron level in drinking water of 2.4 mg/L.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The health history of a person's family affects their ability to process food. Individuals who are chronically malnourished may be susceptible to devastating illnesses such as arthritis, diabetes, or even cancer. Boron-rich diets and supplements can help with some of these diseases.
03/31/22 - 12:40 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron may be found in a wide variety of foods, including apples, carrots, broccoli, and oranges.
    https://borates.today/boron-apples/
    Boron consumption is higher in people who consume a lot of fruits and vegetables than in those who do not. Thus, adequate Boron levels in plant development must be managed not just for an optimal supply of healthy products, but also for food safety concerns in the general population.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron deficits are possible in light-textured soils with little organic matter content, soils with a pH greater than 7.0, and newly limed grounds. Soil tests and plant analysis are both useful in determining the soil's prospective boron-supplying capability and the growing plant's existing boron status.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Apples appear to thrive best on sandy soils, however, these soils are also poor in accessible Boron, an important nutrient for tree growth, particularly fruit set and quality. Boron should be administered to apples, particularly on sandy soils in high rainfall areas or with over-irrigation, because soluble Boron is rapidly leached from the root zone.
  • drLisatorres - Apples are cultivated in a number of ways. Pesticides are used by some, although organic techniques are used by the majority. They are grown in greenhouses or in open fields.
03/31/22 - 12:31 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Silly Putty is a substance that illustrates the richness and variety of behavior that basic materials may produce.
    https://borates.today/silly-putty/
    Silly Putty gives the impression of being made of plastic when first handled. Boron's cross-links give it the important trait of being elastic on short time scales and inelastic on long time scales.
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  • martinezcharles660 - It is a crucial element of 'Silly Putty,' an extraordinarily complicated and intricate molecular engineering project with several applications ranging from fastening things in space to mending injuries and extracting fingerprints as evidence for potential suspects.
  • drLisatorres - Silly Putty is one of those goods that many of us used to play with as kids, but we had no idea that Boron is the secret element that makes it function. Silly Putty is a highly intricate and advanced molecular engineering project.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Silly Putty, like dough, may be readily kneaded into any shape desired. On short time scales, these intricate patterns appear to be permanent material defects.
03/28/22 - 11:49 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Sodium appears to be the future of battery technology. It is more environmentally friendly than lithium, which is used to power the majority of automobiles and electronics.
    https://borates.today/green-sodium-batteries/
    Furthermore, sodium is abundant on the Earth's surface. However, its ions cannot travel in the liquid electrolyte of traditional lithium-ion batteries, making it less efficient than lithium.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - A sodium battery might be a superior choice. It is less expensive than lithium and abundant all throughout the world. It is also less difficult to recycle. Its use is still in its early stages.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Nickel-metal hydroxide cells are being phased out in favour of lithium batteries. Large improved lithium batteries are replacing traditional power sources in the transportation and stationary power industries.
  • drLisatorres - Portable gadgets and, more lately, electric cars and hybrid power trains have dominated the lithium battery industry.
03/28/22 - 03:31 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron is widely employed in a variety of sectors and applications, ranging from aerospace to construction, automotive, and healthcare, as a wonder element with extraordinary physical qualities.
    https://borates.today/introduction-boron/
    Its importance in innovative energy solutions, food security, and decarbonization is becoming more widely acknowledged.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron has anti-corrosive qualities as well. When metals oxidise, they corrode. When oxygen combines with metals, this is what happens. Metals corrode when they are exposed to water and oxygen.
  • drLisatorres - Boron's surface is tougher than diamond's. Diamond has a hardness of 10 on the Moh's scale, while boron has a hardness of 9.5. Boron is the world's hardest mineral, second only to diamond.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is found in a variety of allotropic forms. It has a very high melting point due to the crystal lattice. The rest of the group, on the other hand, is soft and has a low melting point. Boron allotropes have a high electrical conductivity.
03/25/22 - 01:19 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron is essential for the survival of plants and animals.
    https://borates.today/boron-based-insecticides/
    This flexible pesticide component may manage pests such as ants, spiders, beetles, moths, cockroaches, and others. Because they do not impact the nervous system or irritate the skin, most boron-based insecticides are less hazardous than conventional pesticides.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron-based products are frequently available in all three forms, therefore it is critical to select one based on your individual requirements.
  • drLisatorres - Borate applications for remediation are mostly used to treat cockroach and flea infestations; nevertheless, they have gained appeal as wood treatments to protect timber from subterranean termite invasions.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron compounds, particularly boric acid, zinc borate, and disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, have been frequently used to protect timber from insect attack and fungus and bacteria-caused degradation.
03/23/22 - 11:54 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron combined with silicon dioxide produces toughened glass that is extraordinarily robust when compared to regular soda-lime glass, which is used in windows and low-cost bottles.
    https://borates.today/apple-and-boron/
    Because of the boron's toughness and low coefficient of thermal expansion, it can endure shocks and fast temperature fluctuations far better than standard soda-lime glass.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron was a critical element in the early Corning Gorilla Glasses. It all happened by chance. The glass would be broken up by the research lab by scoring lines across it and then snapping the fragments together for analysis in the search for new compositions.
  • drLisatorres - Boron is used in toughened glass products because of its outstanding characteristics, malleability in development, and strength as a final product.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Use the properties of glass with Boron to develop a variety of specialised glasses for applications ranging from laboratory glass to glass substrates for high-performance displays and protective glass used in mobile phone devices.
03/22/22 - 12:45 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • Boron nitride is structurally similar to activated carbon. This material can capture large hydrocarbons and other gaseous molecules with a porous structure, like in the case of adsorbing oxygen from air or storing hydrogen gas away for future use as fuel.
    https://borates.today/carbon-capture-boron/

    It also has several applications related to its Adsorp ability (to remove certain substances). Recent proof-of-concept studies show that boron is used successfully at removing organics present within water sources.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Hexagonal Boron Nitride is a very interesting candidate for CO2 adsorption because of its unique properties.
  • martinezcharles660 - When calcium oxide reacts with boron, it can produce hydrogen and water vapor. These are used as fuels or converted into hydrocarbon products depending on the industry that uses them!
  • drLisatorres - The high thermal stability and large surface area of porous boron nitride make it an effective adsorbent material for removing liquids from solids.
03/21/22 - 12:23 AM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • When it comes to military hardware, strong and light are key properties that need consideration in choosing materials. https://bit.ly/3N5JbQY
    Boron has been used for centuries as an ingredient within bulletproof vests or armor because of its durability against corrosion.
    Boron's resistance makes him perfect choice when looking at anti-corrosion protection on weapons such helicopter skins (which act like protectors) with potential exposure targets, normally sensitive areas that could be damaged by environment factors.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The latest rage in the world of materials science is Boron Carbide. Developed only recently, this no-oxide ceramic material has been attracting much attention from researchers for its unique properties and capabilities to be used as anodes or batteries themselves!
  • drLisatorres - Boron is the mineral that makes up steel alloys, giving them increased hardness and toughness. It's mostly used in this form as a strengthening additive to create higher quality products than what would otherwise be possible without its presence
  • martinezcharles660 - Military research is critical to developing innovative and advanced weaponry. Cutting-edge hardware is necessary for any fighting nation. Boron is essential in maintaining a strong military defence system.
02/25/22 - 11:39 PM smithjamess221 created a new post.
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  • There are many ups and downs in the global rare earth metals market. https://borates.today/boron-critical-mineral/

    Everyone is concerned about China's monopoly on rare earth metals.

    The rare earth metals industry has come under increased attention as a result of the global decarbonization goal.

    Decarbonization means reducing the usage of carbon-based energy sources.

    The world sorely needs alternatives to aid in the development of cutting-edge technology, and this research gives much-needed relief.
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  • davidgarcia27 - In addition, there is growing concern regarding the depletion of rare earth elements and their impact on the environment.
  • jessicaallen33 - The global rare earth metals industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% over the next five years. This report provides an overview of the global rare earth metals industry. It also covers the major drivers, restraints, opportunities, and trends that will influence the growth of the global rare earth metal market during the forecast period.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The report provides an overview of the global Rare Earth Metals Market including its definition, classification, applications, production methods, demand and supply analysis etc. It also includes a detailed segmentation by product type, application, end use industry, region and company profile.
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  • Since the 1950s, man-made chemicals known as PFAS have been used in industry and consumer goods worldwide. Products that contain these chemicals include nonstick cookware, stain-resistant fabrics and carpets, some cosmetics, and some firefighting foams. Exposure to some PFAS can build up in humans and animals over time. Researchers are developing new kinds of PFAS. https://borates.today/boron-and-pfas/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - In 2017, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco reported that pregnant women who lived near military bases were more likely to give birth prematurely. They also had babies whose weight was lower by the time they reached age 3.
  • jessicaallen33 - The United States Food and Drug Administration issued an advisory about possible health risks associated with certain types of PFAS compounds found in food packaging and processing equipment. The FDA said that consumers should avoid eating or drinking foods packaged in polyethylene terephthalate (PETE), which contains fluorinated additives called PFOA and PFOS.
  • Campbell_Carol - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is conducting a nationwide study on PFAS chemicals. The agency has identified more than 400 sites where people may be exposed to PFAS from drinking water or food. These sites include military bases, airports, factories, schools, hospitals and other public buildings. EPA says it will take several years to complete its investigation into the health effects of PFAS exposure.
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  • Biocomposite materials are another excellent candidate for transparent ultra-thin memory devices. These biocomposites have excellent flexibility, stability, and eco-friendliness. They are also highly flexible, allowing for a high degree of translucency. Unlike their bulk counterparts, they retain their memory functions even after being bent. The development of high-density nanostructures has been hampered by the lack adequate information storage in such devices. https://borates.today/boron-wearable/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - However, there are many challenges associated with using CNTs in this way. For example, it is difficult to control the alignment of CNTs within the network. Furthermore, CNTs tend to agglomerate when deposited on substrates. This limits the size of the device and makes it impossible to scale up production.
  • jessicaallen33 - CNTs can be combined into networks or mats to create flexible electronics.
  • Campbell_Carol - The use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as building blocks to create functional electronic devices is an emerging field that holds great promise. CNTs can be used to form thin films with electrical properties similar to those of silicon transistors.
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  • Fluorine can reduce the ignition time and increase the rate of combustion of boron particles when ignited at high temperatures and pressures in atmospheres containing argon, oxygen and fluorine. Time-resolved spectra of the burning particles were obtained using a streak camera to record the output of a sensitive spectrometer. Krier: "Now that the chemical models have been verified, we will seek out a safe and efficient way to incorporate fluorine in the solid propellant". https://borates.today/boron-rocket-fuel/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The use of fluorine-containing compounds as additives for rocket fuels has become increasingly important since the discovery of the ability of fluorine to lower the melting point of aluminum alloys. In this paper, we report on our studies of the effect of carbon fluoride (CF) addition on the physical properties of solid propellants based on ammonium perchlorate (AP).
  • jessicaallen33 - The AP-based composites with different weight ratios of AP/polymer (PTFE) were prepared by mixing AP with PTFE powder followed by compounding with various amounts of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
  • Campbell_Carol - The use of fluorine-containing compounds as additives for rocket fuels has become increasingly important since the discovery of the ability of fluorine to lower the melting point of aluminum alloys.
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  • There is some evidence that boron may be effective in treating yeast infections. A small study found that women who took a boron supplement for two weeks had a significant decrease in the number of yeast cells present in their urine. https://borates.today/boron-yeast-infection/

    It's important to keep in mind that more research is needed before we can say for sure whether boron is an effective treatment for yeast infections.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Yes, there is some evidence that boron can be effective in treating yeast infections. Boron is a trace mineral that is important for many functions in the body, including bone health and fertility. Some preliminary research suggests that it may also help to fight yeast infections.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a mineral that is found in small amounts in many different foods, including fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It has been shown to be effective against both candida albicans and trichomonas vaginalis, two of the most common types of yeast infections.
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  • The market is predicted to increase considerably in the forecasted timeframe due to the increasing usage of glass and ceramics in the building sector. Growth in the construction industry will be driven by an increase in construction activities, particularly in China and India, as a result of increased private-public partnerships for infrastructure development and high government construction spending for large-scale projects such as highways and railways, which will fuel demand for its glass-ceramics compounds. Another significant boron-consuming use is the manufacture of flat display panel glass for televisions. Flat-screen televisions have surpassed cathode-ray tube (CRT) televisions in consumer demand. https://borates.today/why-invest-boron/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - They are also added to some toothpaste to help reduce tartar build up on teeth. Borates are used in many industrial processes, such as steel making, where they act as fluxing agents. They are also used in the refining of petroleum. In general, boric acid is not considered toxic; however, it can cause skin irritation if applied directly to the skin. It may also irritate eyes when inhaled.
  • drLisatorres - Borate salts are used in the manufacture of glass fibers for insulation or reinforcement of composite materials. Borates are widely used in the papermaking process to prevent scale buildup on paper machines.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates are used in the production of glass products, including float glass, bottle glass, and fiberglass. Borates are also used in other industries, including cement, detergents, food processing, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and water treatment.
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  • Use Optibor Boric Acid to get a thorough cleaning. When diluted with water and vinegar, this solution may be used to remove rust stains from metal, limescale from teaware, and other hard-surface things such as fountains and sinks. The substance may also disintegrate organic garbage, such as moss on roofs and plants growing in asphalt pavement cracks, which collect oil spray droplets on structures. https://borates.today/boron-cleaning-products/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - You don't want to use harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia since these could damage the material of your pipes. Instead, opt for a mild dishwashing liquid. Just rub the cleaner into the inside of each pipe until it loosens up any debris.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Next, use some warm soapy water to clean off the surface of the gunk. Make sure that you rinse it well once you are done. It’s important to get all of the soap residue out because if not then you could end up having a build up of soap scum on your bathroom walls.
  • martinezcharles660 - The first step is to make sure that you have the right tools for the job. You need an old toothbrush or your finger nail clippers for scraping away at the gunk. This will help loosen up any dirt or grime that has accumulated over time.
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  • Corrosion is an issue in many sectors, and it may be caused by a variety of variables, including air conditions and humidity. One of the best ways to combat corrosion in industrial settings is with boron, which has high melting point properties that make it an excellent choice against corrosion while also being hard enough that it will not chip easily when hit with another object on purpose, making this mineral ideal for protection from outside elements such as water! https://borates.today/boron-nickel-anti-corrosion/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The only negative side effect of using borax is that it can irritate the eyes if you are exposed to it over extended periods of time.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Borax can be purchased at any store that sells household supplies or you can use it in place of other chemicals in your cleaning routine. Borax is safe for both adults and children to use. Borax is known to help cleanse the skin, kill bacteria, and remove stains from fabrics.
  • martinezcharles660 - Borax is one of the most common minerals used in home cleaning products. It is often found naturally occurring around the world, but mostly in places like China and India.
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  • The global energy problem is real, continuing, and becoming worse. Its fundamental cause is our reliance on nonrenewable resources, which results in carbon emissions that contribute to climate change. However, even renewables such as nuclear, wind, and solar have constraints in terms of the extremely large-scale and long-term energy storage required. https://borates.today/hydrogen-boron-fusion/

    Fusion Energy: Hydrogen Boron Fusion is the answer. Boron Hydrogen Fusion Energy seeks to develop a new source of clean, safe, and dependable energy by fusing Hydrogen and Boron-11 using laser technology. Hydrogen is the most prevalent element in the universe, whereas Boron-11 accounts for over 80% of all Boron found in nature, is easily accessible, and is a stable, non-radioactive isotope.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron Hydride (H3BO2) is a fuel that can be used in fusion reactors. It has many advantages over other fuels, including high reactivity, low neutron absorption cross section, and high thermal conductivity. The main disadvantage is its very short half life, but this can be overcome by using a breeder reactor.
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  • electric vehicles are a great way to reduce your carbon impact. Electric cars are more environmentally friendly than traditional automobiles. They are ideal for an environmentally friendly lifestyle because they produce no emissions. It is not a smart idea to utilise fossil fuels to power an electric vehicle since it will result in more harm than benefit in terms of carbon emission levels. EVs nonetheless produce much fewer GHGs over time than traditional automobiles owing to their efficient use of resources (i.e., less energy is needed each mile). https://borates.today/boron-carbon-footprint/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Electric cars are safer. Since electric cars do not contain toxic gases like those found in gasoline powered vehicles, they are much safer to drive.
  • drLisatorres - You can save money on gas. With electric cars, you are saving money on gas because you won’t need to fill up as often. Gas prices tend to fluctuate quite frequently, so you may want to consider buying a hybrid car if you plan on driving long distances or commuting regularly. d. Electric cars are quieter than gasoline powered ones
  • martinezcharles660 - Batteries can be recycled and reused. This means that you don’t have to worry about disposing batteries after use. They can be used again and again without causing any damage to the environment. In fact, recycling batteries helps to preserve our natural resources by reducing the amount of waste going into landfills.
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  • Boric acid is the most frequent form of fire retardant chemical. Boric acid is a popular fire retardant chemical that has been utilised as a component of wire insulation in the United States since the early 1900s. After World War II, boric acid's use as a fire retardant began to decline. The US Department of Defense created a novel fire retardant in the 1960s that was more effective than boric acid in controlling fires. These fire retardants include ammonium-polyphosphate salts, which are more resistant to water than boric acids. There were a number of drawbacks to these fire retardants. They couldn't be attached to the insulating material directly. https://borates.today/boron-zinc-borates-fire-retardants/
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  • jessicaallen33 - It is also a common ingredient in fire retardant chemicals. It is typically added to polyester fiberglass or other synthetic fibers to make them flame resistant.
  • drLisatorres - Borax (Na2O·xH2O) is an alkali metal borate mineral found naturally in many places around the world. Borax is widely used as a food additive, laundry detergent builder, and antiseptic agent.
  • martinezcharles660 - The main drawback is that they have to be applied to the surface of the insulation. This means that it can only be used for certain types of materials and applications. It also requires special equipment to apply them. In addition, they tend to lose their effectiveness over time.
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  • The world's energy problem is genuine, ongoing, and worsening. Our reliance on nonrenewable energy sources is the fundamental culprit, which results in carbon emissions, which contribute to climate change. However, even renewables such as nuclear, wind, and solar have constraints when it comes to the extremely large-scale and long-term energy storage that they demand. Fusion Energy (hydrogen-boron fusion) is the solution. https://borates.today/hydrogen-boron-fusion/

    Boron Hydroxide Using laser technology to fuse Hydrogen and Boron-11, Fusion Energy hopes to provide a new source of clean, safe, and reliable energy. Boron-11 makes up about 80% of all Boron found in nature, is freely accessible, and is a stable, non-radioactive isotope. Hydrogen is the most prevalent element in the universe, whereas Boron-11 makes up about 80% of all Boron found in nature.
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a naturally occurring element that is essential for life. It is present in many foods, including wheat, rice, oats, potatoes, spinach, lettuce, beans, peas, nuts, milk, eggs, meat, fish, poultry, soybeans, lentils, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussel sprouts, carrots, tomatoes, peppers,
  • drLisatorres - A study published by the Journal of Nuclear Medicine in January 2013 showed that boron can be safely used as a contrast agent during MRI scans. This means that patients will not experience any side effects from the use of this chemical compound.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron-11 is an inert gas with no known biological effects. It has been used for medical purposes since the 1950s. In fact, boron was used in the first successful heart surgery to treat a patient suffering from coronary artery disease.
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  • Boron-usefulness Carbon's has been demonstrated in several investigations. E. coli and MRSA are among the subjects of these studies (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). These are studies that look at E. coli and MRSA. They produce a variety of outcomes. In the battle against infections, boron carbon plays a role. Boron-Carbon has been shown to be useful in the treatment of disease-causing microorganisms present on plant surfaces. This denotes a novel approach to pest management. Boron-Carbon is used to cure problems caused by bacteria that live on plant surfaces naturally. In these circumstances, boron-carbon is frequently employed as an option to treat illnesses like leaf spots and powdery mildew. Traditional eradication treatments, such as insecticides and synthetic fungicides, are difficult to remove. https://borates.today/boron-carbon-bacteria/

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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron-Carbon is a popular product that is used in many ways. It is commonly used in the cleaning industry, but it can also be used in the food industry. There are many uses for this product. If you want to learn more about how Boron-Carbon works, then continue reading our article below!
  • drLisatorres - Boron-Carbon can be found in many different forms. One of them is Borax. Borax is a chemical compound that contains boric acid. Borax is often used as a cleaner or soap. It is also used as a fertilizer and pesticide. Borax is a natural remedy that can be used to fight infection and other ailments. You can find Borax in any home improvement store.
  • martinezcharles660 - The use of Boron-Carbon can help you get rid of bacteria and fungi from your body. It is also effective for treating diseases like bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis. The use of this compound helps in killing the harmful bacteria which cause various health issues. Boron-Carbons have proven to be very helpful in fighting off infection and curing various diseases.
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  • Boron's application in heat conversion is a recent development. It, on the other hand, has the potential to be tremendously advantageous to several sectors and enterprises. Boron-based alloys are required for high-temperature applications, such as nuclear power reactors. They show that heat transfer rates can be increased by up to 2%. To obtain a better idea of how it affects the sector, we just need to look at the car industry. A pound of steel saved on a car saves around $2-$3 in fuel costs. Many industrial operations will experience considerable cost reductions as a consequence of the cost savings from improved heat transmission. https://borates.today/boron-heat-conversion/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron melts at only 910 degrees Celsius (1700 degrees Fahrenheit). This makes it easier to work with because it doesn't require very high temperatures.
  • drLisatorres - A low density material is lighter than air so it does not have to rise as much when heated. This helps reduce pressure losses.
  • martinezcharles660 - High thermal conductivity means that there is less resistance to heat flow. This leads to higher cooling efficiency. The lower resistance also allows more efficient use of energy.
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  • Boron is crucial to the development of a thriving "Smart" city since it enhances energy efficiency by compressing power use while also lowering the cost of establishing and maintaining costly "smart" networks. Boron has a security edge over other materials because "boron within" sensors can collect more accurate information about what is going on around them than typical cameras or motion detectors. https://borates.today/decarbonization-and-boron/
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  • Campbell_Carol - The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends an intake level of 10 mg per day for adults, but this can vary depending on age, sex, and health status. In general, most people require between 5 and 20 mg daily.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The benefits of using boric acid as fertilizer include: It helps plants grow faster by increasing their ability to take up water. It increases the absorption of nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, molybdenum, chlorine, and bromine. It promotes root growth. It improves plant resistance against diseases. It reduces the need for pesticides
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In addition, boron is an important element for the production of semiconductors, solar cells, and advanced batteries. As such, boron is essential to modern life.
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  • Changyong Cao, an MIT professor and a research assistant at Michigan State University's Mechanical and Electrical Engineering department, is currently attempting to commercialise the material. The National Science Foundation and the Army's Office of Research and Engineering are two of his funding sources. It's also possible that the technique may lead to smaller, more cheap electrical components. The new supercapacitor, unlike earlier ones, is devoid of conductive carbon. https://borates.today/boron-improvesquantum-computing/

    Graphene, which has a significantly bigger surface area than carbon, can be used as an alternate electrode. In the future, a new material might contribute trillions of dollars to the value of production.
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  • Campbell_Carol - The plant is placed into a solution containing hydrofluoric acid, which dissolves away the calcium fluoride crystals, leaving behind pure graphene. The resulting product is then washed several times with deionized water until all traces of the chemicals have been removed.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The process involves taking a sample of the plant and soaking it in water with a mixture of sodium nitrate and potassium chloride. This causes the plant cells to swell up, making them easier to separate from the rest of the tissue.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The company claims that it will be able to produce graphene electrodes with a thickness of just one atom. This would make them up to 100 times thinner than current graphite-based capacitors. As such, they could be incorporated into flexible electronic devices like smartphones or wearable electronics.
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  • The Curiosity team has discovered Boron on Mars, much to Benner's and many other scientists' pleasure. As Curiosity climbs the mountain in the heart of Gale Crater, the presence of Boron becomes more obvious. Boron is also found in rock veins, which adds to the significance of Benner's finding. https://borates.today/boron-universe/

    It was deposited around 3.5 billion years ago after being carried through the fissures by water. "We have discovered an environment that is completely consistent with what we think to be favourable to the formation of life on Mars," Benner said. This comes on top of previous discoveries in Gale Crater of phosphates, magnesium, peridot, carbon, and other critical components.
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  • Campbell_Carol - "It's a very exciting time for astrobiology," added John Grotzinger, project scientist for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission. "This is one of the most important places on Earth where you can look at the evolution of life."
  • andrewjackson6626 - The discovery of Boron is significant because it shows that there could have been conditions favorable for life on ancient Mars. These conditions include liquid water, organic compounds, and energy sources such as sunlight.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - "This is a great day for science," says John Grotzinger, principal investigator for the rover mission at Caltech. "It's been a long journey from the first time I saw this data back in 2007
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  • The value of diamonds in the market can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size, color, and clarity of the diamond. Generally, diamonds that are larger in size or have better clarity ratings will be worth more than smaller or less clear diamonds.
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    Color is also a factor that can affect diamond value. Diamonds that are classified as "D" (the rarest and valuable) through "Z" (the least rare and valuable) on the scale from D-Z are considered colorless. Diamonds with a yellow or brown tinge are typically less valuable than colorless diamonds.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Diamonds are also evaluated for their "inherent" value. This is the value of the diamond based on its physical properties, such as its hardness and the rarity of its color. For example, a pink diamond may be worth more than a white diamond even if both diamonds have the same weight and clarity because pink diamonds are rarer.
  • Campbell_Carol - In general, diamonds are valued according to the four Cs: Carat weight, Cut, Clarity, and Color. These factors affect a diamond's rarity and therefore its price.
  • martinezcharles660 - The market value of diamonds can also depend on what type of metal the diamond is set in.
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  • The main process of hydrogen-boron fusion produces little radioactivity. Unlike coal, gas, and nuclear power, which rely on heating liquids like water to power machinery, hydrogen-boron fusion produces electricity directly. The Sun's core is 200 times hotter, which necessitates far greater temperatures and densities. Recent investigations suggest that a petawatt-scale laser may produce an atomic fusion reaction in a trillionth-of-a-second burst. If scientists are able to capitalise on this, Hora believes a breakthrough in fusion would be soon. https://borates.today/hydrogen-boron-fusion-energy/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A further step towards practical application will require a reduction in the size of the lasers and targets. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching, Germany, believe they could reduce the scale of their experiments by a factor of ten within five years.
  • martinezcharles660 - It produced a pulse of energy equivalent to about 100 million tonnes of TNT. This was achieved with a target containing only 0.05% boron. In 2009, researchers at the University of Rochester in New York state used a similar technique to create a plasma of deuterium and lithium atoms. They were able to achieve a peak temperature of 50 million degrees Celsius and a density of 1019 protons per cubic centimeter.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Hydrogen-boron fusion has been studied since the 1950s but was abandoned as impractical until recently because of the high temperature required (10 million degrees Celsius). The first successful test occurred in December 2006 at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, US, using a 192-beam laser.
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  • Ion implantation is the process of implanting ions into a solid substrate. The ions are usually implanted at a high energy level, which increases the power density and allows smaller circuits to be created. Ion implantation is the act of delivering an electric charge to specific atoms in order to make them more responsive, allowing them to create stronger connections than they would have been able to form without the presence of that ion. https://borates.today/boron-solutions-electronics/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The most common method of creating ions is through bombardment. This is done using a beam of energetic particles such as protons or heavy ions. These beams are often produced by accelerating a source material up to extremely high speeds. As the source material travels down the accelerator, it is accelerated until it reaches the desired speed. At this point, the source material enters a vacuum chamber where it is bombarded by other particles. These particles collide with the source material and cause the source material to lose mass.
  • andrewjackson6626 - They are electrically charged because of their atomic structure and due to the fact that electrons are not equally distributed among all the constituent atoms. For example, sodium has 11 electrons while chlorine has 17 electrons. When two elements share similar numbers of valence electrons, the two elements tend to become chemically reactive when brought together.
  • drLisatorres - The term "ion" refers to any charged particle or group of particles with a positive or negative electrical charge. Ions can be positively charged (cations) or negatively charged (anions). In chemistry, ions are electrically neutral molecules composed of one or more covalently bonded atoms of the same element.
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  • The power and utility industry has struggled to reduce carbon emissions. It is a substantial contributor to global CO2 emissions. Renewable energy is gaining popularity across the world as a result of its high economic return on investment (ROI). They don't pollute the air or emit greenhouse gases, and they provide us with environmentally friendly energy. https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It is widely used as a laundry additive and dishwashing agent. Boron can be used to make glass, ceramics, and other products. It is widely used in the production of polyesters, resins, plastics, fertilizers, pesticides, drugs, dyes, explosives, and lubricants.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Borax - Sodium tetraborate decahydrate - is a white crystalline solid usually prepared commercially by passing hydrogen bromide through a solution of sodium hydroxide and water boron-for-hair-growth. In addition to being used as a chemical intermediate, it finds many applications as a cleaner and degreaser.
  • drLisatorres - Boron is an essential element for human life. It helps in the formation of bones, teeth, blood, skin, hair, and nails. Boron also plays an important role in maintaining healthy metabolism. The body needs boron for proper functioning of the nervous system. Boron is found in nature in two forms, which are boric acid and borate. Boric acid is used as a food preservative around the globe.
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  • Because of its neutron-absorbing characteristics, boron is utilised as a neutron toxin. Absorbing neutrons is vital for controlling excess reactivity in a reactor core that results from having greater mass than is required for criticality at the start of its life. https://borates.today/boron-and-chernobyl/

    Boron may be present in nuclear reactor cores in a number of forms. In the form of boric acid, it may be introduced to the reactor's coolant. It can also be put into the core of boron carbide assemblies to regulate neutron flux in specific sections of a reactor core, attempting to balance flux distorted by control rods. It's the same as modifying control rod height when it comes to boron concentration. Each of these has an impact on the body's core temperature.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This mixture is heated until all the components fuse together. When cooled, the resulting glass contains about 3% boron. Glass containing up to 10% boron is called "boric" glass.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is used in the production of certain types of glass and ceramics. The most common use of boron is in glassmaking where it helps to improve the quality and durability of the resulting glass products. Boric acid (H3BO3) is added to molten silica sand or soda ash (Na2CO3), which are then mixed together with other ingredients such as lime, alumina, sodium carbonate, and sometimes lead oxide.
  • drLisatorres - The first thing you need to know about boron is that it is not radioactive. The second thing is that it is very toxic and should never be ingested or inhaled. If you are going to use boron in your home, make sure you wear protective clothing and gloves while working with it. When handling boron, always wear rubber gloves and goggles.
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  • With a potassium-nitrate oxidizer or an epoxy binder, boron carbide is utilised as a fuel and colourant. This environmentally friendly composition offers great thermal stability and is extremely resistant to friction, impact, and electrostatic discharge. Green-light emission capabilities of amorphous boron (and related derivatives) are well-known. This is because metastable BO2 is formed. The difficulty is that these mixes burn far too rapidly for use in long-burning pyrotechnics. A variety of formulations have been devised that employ crystalline boron as an addition to extend the burn period of amorphous boron-based green light-emitting pyrotechnics. Boron is a metal that can be utilised for military lighting. It may also be used to replace barium in commercial green light-emitting pyrotechnics when paired with an oxidizer. https://borates.today/boron-fireworks/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - By heating boric oxide in air at 800° C. to 1000° C. to form B2O3 and CO. The resultant gas stream is passed through a bed of alumina powder, which absorbs CO, thus forming Al2O3 and leaving B2O3 behind. The resulting solid is heated to 1200° C. to 1400° C. to remove any remaining oxygen and reduce it to B2O3.
  • martinezcharles660 - Using a molten salt bath where boric acid reacts with sodium nitrite to form NaBO2 and HNO2. The resulting solution is reacted with carbon to form B4C and Na2CO3. The reaction product is filtered, washed with water, dried, and calcined at 900° C. to yield boron carbide.
  • Campbell_Carol - The most common way to produce boron carbide involves reacting boric acid with carbon at high temperatures. However, this process produces a mixture of boron carbides which must then be separated into pure forms.
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  • Eti Maden, the world's leading provider of boron products, is seeing record revenues, accounting for almost 62 percent of total sales. The corporation sold 2.6 million tonnes of boron products for over one billion dollars in 2021 alone. Boron demand and, by extension, prices will rise sooner or later in the worldwide supply. Boron is used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and military. Boron is also rapidly being employed in powertrain magnets and batteries to boost decarbonization efforts and deliver sophisticated energy solutions. https://borates.today/billion-dollar-boron/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a metalloid belonging to group 14 of the periodic table. Its atomic number is 5; its symbol is B. It is a silvery white solid at room temperature. Boron is not toxic, but it is poisonous if ingested. The toxicity level depends on how much boron is present.
  • martinezcharles660 - How does boron work?
  • Campbell_Carol - The company has been growing steadily since its founding in 1998, with annual revenue increasing from $20 million in 2000 to more than $1 billion in 2019.
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  • Lynas Rare Earths, based in Malaysia and Australia, is a significant global supplier of rare earths, which are essential for numerous high-tech and renewable energy applications. It bills itself as "the world's only large producer of separated rare earth minerals outside of China," as well as "an ethical and ecologically responsible producer of rare earth materials." Lynas Rare Earths Ltd is a public business in Western Australia that is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). https://borates.today/lynas-rare-earths/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The plant will produce up to 2,000 tonnes per year of neodymium ore concentrate, with the first phase expected to start production in 2016. This project has been controversial because of environmental concerns regarding radioactive waste disposal.
  • martinezcharles660 - The plant would refine ore mined from the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant in Gebeng, Malaysia. The project was approved by the state government of Western Australia in 2013 but has been delayed due to protests against the facility. A new proposal for an alternative site in the Pilbara region was rejected by the federal government in 2015.
  • Campbell_Carol - Lynas began to process radioactive thorium from its mine at Mount Weld into mixed oxide fuel pellets for use in nuclear reactors. The company claims this technology will allow it to produce high-grade rare earth elements without mining them from the ground. Critics say the technology poses health risks because of the presence of radioactivity in the product.
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  • Boron is used to replacing CCA, industrial diamond, beryllium oxide, and cobalt in the United States. "Continued investment in new borate refineries, as well as increased demand, are expected to drive global output expansion over the next several years." Two Australian mine developers have proven that their California and Nevada operations are capable of producing high-quality boron. These companies have the potential to become major boron producers if they are completely developed. https://borates.today/boron-supply-america/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - This process could provide a cost-effective way to capture CO2 emissions from power plants and other industrial facilities that burn fossil fuels.
  • martinezcharles660 - It involves using an enzyme called carboxyphosphate phosphatase (CPP), which can remove CO2 from wastewater, to treat the waste stream produced during coal gasification.
  • jessicaallen33 - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded a $1 million grant to support research on a novel method for removing carbon dioxide from coal gasification waste streams. The project will be led by researchers at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and Duke University.
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  • Solar panels catch light and convert it to energy that may be used. Two types of solar cells are used to create the materials. Solar cells' conversion process is determined by the material they are built of. Boron can be added to the surface of a photovoltaic cell to boost its reflectivity, or it can be blended into the structure of solar cells to minimise losses from incident sunlight that doesn't pass through. https://borates.today/boron-future-solar-energy-efficiency/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is also used in batteries.
  • martinezcharles660 - CIGS absorbs a greater percentage of visible light than silicon, which means that less of the light is wasted. This type of solar panel has higher efficiency than traditional silicon panels.
  • jessicaallen33 - The most common type of solar panel uses silicon as the main component in the photoelectric effect. The efficiency of this type of solar panel is limited because of the amount of light absorbed by the silicon. The second type of solar panel uses thin films of copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) instead of silicon.
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  • Boron is an essential plant nutrient and is found in most soils. It helps plants to use other nutrients, and is important for the development of fruits and nuts. Boron deficiencies are rare, but can cause problems such as misshapen fruits or nuts, or poor growth. https://borates.today/boron-farm/

    Farmers can add boron to their soil in several ways: by using borax or boric acid as a soil amendment, by spraying a boron solution on the leaves of plants, or by feeding livestock with a boron-containing feed supplement. In general, though, adding too much boron can be harmful to plants and animals.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - In general, it's a good idea for farmers to test their soils for boron levels and take corrective action if necessary.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Farmers can improve the boron status of their soils by using borax or other boron-containing fertilizers. Borax also has the added benefit of acting as a soil conditioner, helping to improve soil structure and water retention.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an important plant nutrient that is often deficient in farm soils. Boron is necessary for the uptake and use of calcium, magnesium, and potassium by plants, and it also helps regulate plant growth. A lack of boron can cause reduced yields and lower fruit quality.
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  • Boron-based semiconductors It's critical in semiconductors. It functions as a dopant, assisting in the modulation of electrical properties. It has the capacity to increase the electrical conductivity of an insulator. https://borates.today/boron-value-advanced-materials/

    In some materials, such as gallium arsenide, boron permits electrons to operate as massless particles. Boron acts as an addition to polymers, increasing their dielectric strength. Capacitors, wire insulation layers, and sealing gaskets are just a few examples. Learn about the importance of boron in modern materials.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The use of boron as a doping agent is widespread. The most common application for boron is in silicon doped with boron. This is used extensively in electronics. Beryllium is added to steel to improve its resistance to corrosion. Boron also improves the mechanical properties, hardness, and ductility of steels.
  • jessicaallen33 - It also prevents corrosion in pipes and tanks. It is added to pesticides to protect crops against insects. It is added to fertilizer to improve plant growth. And it is added to gasoline to prevent rusting of metal parts.
  • martinezcharles660 - The most important thing is that we have to know how much boron there is in the soil. We need to know this because it is used in many applications. For example: Boric acid is used to treat drinking water because it removes chlorine taste and odor
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  • In the Laguna Capina salar deposit, Industrial Tierra mines ulexite. https://borates.today/country-profile-bolivia/

    The ulexite is used to make boric acid, which is produced in-house. The firm can also mine ulexite in the Avaroa Eduardo Nature Reserve's Challviri Deposit. The manufacturing of borax decahydrate is the topic here. The plant generates granular boric acids (56 percent B2O3) and sodium tetraborate decahydrate at a height of 5,020 metres above sea level. The majority of the output is sold to the United States, Italy, and China.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The firm's plant generates granular boric acids (56 percent B2O3 and sodium tetraborate decahydrate) at a height of 5,020 metres above sea level.
  • jessicaallen33 - In the Laguna Capina salar deposit, Industrial Tierra mines ulexite. The majority of the output is sold to the United States, Italy, and China.
  • martinezcharles660 - The company has two subsidiaries: Industria Mineraria de Boro S.A., which owns the Challviri Mine, and Industrias Minerais del Norte S.A., which operates the Avaroa Eduard Nature Reserve.
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  • Sodium borohydride (NaBH4) is used in the mechanical pulping process as a reducer in sodium hydrosulfite (Na2S2O4) bleach. https://borates.today/boron-paper-mills/

    The chemical hydrosulfite decolorizes the lignin in wood. Chemical pulping, on the other hand, eliminates the majority of it. The brownish hue of unbleached mechanical pulp is due to lignin. High-finished strength paper is made with a sodium borohydride bleaching agent. It prints well, absorbs ink well, is bright, and yields well. While paper bleached with hydrogen peroxide bleaching solution is 10% brighter than comparable products, it has greater production costs.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Sodium borohydride is manufactured by reacting sodium metal with either ammonia or an amine. This reaction produces a mixture of sodium borate and water:
  • jessicaallen33 - The use of NaBH4 for pulping was first patented by John H. Stenhouse in 1892. He also invented the first continuous digester for kraft pulping. In 1893 he received U.S. Patent No. 518,935 for his invention.
  • martinezcharles660 - Sodium borohydride is also used in the manufacture of polymers such as phenol-formaldehyde resins and epoxy resins.
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  • Carbon emissions reduction has been a difficulty for the power and utility business. It is one of the most major contributor to global CO2 emissions. Renewable energy is a fast expanding topic of attention throughout the world due to its strong economic return on investment (ROI). They don't contaminate the air or emit greenhouse gases, and they offer us with clean energy. https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is found in many foods but not in large enough amounts to cause health problems.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an essential trace element for humans and animals. It's needed for healthy bones, muscles, skin, hair, nails, teeth, joints, blood, nerves, glands, and other organs. It also helps keep your brain sharp as you age.
  • drLisatorres - The world's largest solar farm in Australia has begun generating electricity after being built by Chinese company Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd. The $1 billion plant near Broken Hill will generate enough electricity for up to 200,000 homes once it reaches full capacity in 2015, according to the country's main grid operator AEMO.
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  • The globe is getting increasingly urbanised. By the end of the century, the number of people living in cities will have increased by 2.5 billion. Large expanses of land are being developed into housing projects and parks. Boron's function in tree population maintenance is more significant now than it has ever been. The majority of the world's population increase occurs in cities. This growth will have an impact on industries that rely on natural resources. It has an impact on air quality, public health, and food security. It aids in agricultural water availability regulation. It is more crucial than ever as the need for more food to feed people in cities rises. https://borates.today/boron-building-block-urbanization/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a chemical element with symbol B and atomic number 5. Its name comes from the Latin word "bronze" meaning "yellowish". In nature, boron is found in granite and other igneous rocks.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a trace element found in many foods such as nuts, fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, dairy products, eggs, and seafood. The most common form of boron is Boric Acid (H3BO3
  • drLisatorres - Boron is a naturally occurring element found in rocks and soil. It is used in many industrial processes including glass production, ceramics, metal processing, fertilizer manufacture, petroleum refining and nuclear power generation.
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  • Because of supply/demand difficulties and geopolitical concerns, the prices of rare earth metals (REMs) change often. Countries appear to be battling over the same issue, yet there isn't anything wrong with it. However, because China has such a significant position. https://borates.today/boron-critical-mineral/

    Furthermore, the rare earth metal business has received increased attention as part of the global carbon reduction agenda. Decarbonisation is an endeavour by certain nations to transition away from utilising fossil fuels as their major source of energy generation and toward cleaner options such as solar power. As a result, this research offers the world some much-needed respite by presenting new technology possibilities that might be leveraged to develop cutting-edge innovations.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - It is not as stable as other minerals when exposed to air or water. This makes it difficult to use in large quantities. In addition, boric acid is soluble in water.
  • jessicaallen33 - There are several types of boron minerals in existence, but only two of them are used for industrial purposes: boric acid and borate. Boric acid is quite inexpensive and can be found in many places around the world. It is also one of the most readily available minerals on Earth.
  • drLisatorres - The first thing you need to know about rare earth elements is they're not actually rare. They're just very expensive.
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  • The first commercial sale took place on April 1st, 1947, when a box of Silly Putty was given away with every new issue of The Saturday Evening Post. In 1948, https://borates.today/silly-putty/ the company hired its first sales manager, Jack Hildreth. By 1950, Silly Putty was being marketed in over 40 countries. It has been estimated that by 1953, Silly Putty sales were $100 million per year.
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  • martinezcharles660 - In the late 1940s, the company began manufacturing toys based upon the putty. These included "Silly Ball", which could be thrown like a Frisbee; "Silly Cone" and "Silly Cup"; "Silly Spinner"; and "Silly Plunger". In 1957, the company introduced "Silly Glue Gun" and "Silly Water Pistol". In 1958, the company released "Silly Bubble Gum" and "S than a year ago, and the first of his new album was released in November.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The Silly Putty Company was founded in 1947 by John H. Hassenplug, Jr. He was joined by his brother Robert A. Hassenplug and their father John H. Hassenplugg Sr. in 1949. They formed the Silly Putty Company in 1952.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The first commercial sale took place on April 1st, 1947, when a box of Silly Putty was given away with every new issue of The Saturday Evening Post. In 1948, the company hired its first sales manager, Jack Hildreth. By 1950, Silly Putty was being marketed in over 40 countries. It has been estimated that by 1953, Silly Putty sales were $100 million per year.
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  • Lynas Rare Earths operates two facilities: a mining and concentration plant in Western Australia and a refining factory in Kuantan, Malaysia. https://borates.today/lynas-rare-earths/

    Mt Weld in Western Australia is home to the world's biggest single Rare Earths processing facility, which is located in Malaysia. Lynas rare Earth oxides were originally processed at the Mt Weld Concentration Plant.

    The firm supports the ASX Corporate Governance Council Principles and is committed to corporate governance best practises. Lynas has a strict anti-corruption and anti-bribery policy. She's also put in place an anti-corruption initiative on the inside.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Lynas was listed as one of the "World’s Most Ethical Companies" by Ethisphere Institute.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In 2000 it changed its name to Lynas Corporation Pte Ltd. In 2003, Lynas acquired 100% ownership of the Mount Weld Mining Project and became a listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The company has been criticised for its environmental record. It has been accused of being one of the worst polluters in the world. In 2013, Greenpeace released a report accusing it of "the most serious case of corporate corruption ever uncovered".
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  • Membrane science has just lately been introduced to Boron Nitride Nanotubes. BNNTs exhibit features that are comparable to CNTs, allowing them to be used in many of the same applications. When used to build composite materials for membranes, BNNTs outperform CNTs in terms of wettability, water penetration, thermal conductivity, resistance and strength, and mechanical strength. https://borates.today/3d-metal-printing/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Their potential application in various fields including electronics, optics, energy storage, biomedicine, catalysis, sensors, and drug delivery has been widely investigated.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In particular, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have attracted much attention because of their extraordinary mechanical, electrical, optical, chemical and biological properties.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The use of nanomaterials is rapidly growing as a result of their unique properties such as high surface area and reactivity.
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  • Boron nitride is a chemical compound with the formula BN, where Nitrogen (N) and oxygen (O) are both nitrogen-containing atoms. https://borates.today/exciting-applications-boron-nitride/ It has the ability to inhibit oxidation reactions in many different ways because it can form molecular bonds with various substances including hydrogen cyanide, acetone, carbon dioxide, water vapor, or other gases. Boron nitride's primary use is as an extremely efficient heat barrier material for high power electronics components such as transistors or diodes that will be operating at high temperatures either during normal operation or when they are subject to radiation damage due to cosmic rays.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron nitride is an allotrope of BN that has been transformed by heating it above 1000 degrees Celsius into a crystalline form with properties very similar to those found in silicon. This makes it ideal for use as both the substrate and material within integrated circuits because its thermal conductivity, elasticity modulus, and surface roughness all compare favorably with those of other materials commonly used today such as silicon wafers or Gallium Arsenide ( GaAs ).
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The boron nitride nanotubes are finding use in a wide range of applications, from high-performance heat-sinks to next-generation photonics.
  • George851 - Boron nitride can be manufactured by combining boric oxide with nitrogen gas at high temperatures without the use of solvents or other chemicals. This process results in the formation of small crystals (typically less than 10 micrometers across) that contain both BN and N2 molecules bound together through chemical bonds known as van der Waals interactions.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron nitride is a nanomaterial that has found widespread use in the semiconductor industry as both a masking material and as an additive to improve the electrical properties of silicon-based materials. It also finds uses in high-performance coatings, thermal management systems, electronic devices such as microelectronics chips, computer hard drives and memory modules.
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  • The use of boron in Volvo automobiles is easy. Boron aids Volvo in delivering the world's safest and most secure automobiles. Carbon steel is used to make boron. According to a recent assessment, boron steel improves the weakest elements of Volvo's vehicle lineup. The Sedan S90 and SUV XC 90 are the best-selling vehicles in India. The Volvo car vehicle is built for safety and has several innovative safety measures. https://borates.today/volvo-cars-boron/
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  • drLisatorres - You can get this mineral from food sources like whole grains, nuts, beans, and vegetables. However, if you don't eat enough of them, you might not get enoughBoron is found in many foods such as potatoes, spinach, broccoli, oats, and wheat bran.
  • Campbell_Carol - Your body needs boron to help maintain healthy skin, hair, nails, and connective tissues.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is an essential element that helps your body build strong bones and teeth. It also helps your body produce energy. In fact, it is one of the few trace minerals that you need every day.
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  • The market for skincare in the United States is presently valued at $3.5 billion and growing. https://borates.today/boron-personal-care/ By the end of the decade, the industry is predicted to have grown by at least 30%, to $4.6 billion. Creams in the skincare market ($1.8 billion) account for the majority of the industry's income. Following closely following are deodorants, lotions, and lip and eye combos. Borates and compounds have recently been patented for usage in a variety of self-care products. They work together to provide improved performance in new era items, such as detergents. Boron, borates, and other derivatives such as sodium perborates are important constituents in skin care, dental care, and hair care products.
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  • drLisatorres - Sodium perborate (NaBO2·H2O2) is used in laundry detergents, dishwashing liquids, and bleaching agents. It is also used as a component in toilet bowl cleaners, floor waxes, and polishes. Perborates are often combined with citric acid to create effective bleach solutions.
  • Campbell_Carol - Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is used as a pH adjuster in cosmetic formulations. It is commonly found in soap bars, shampoo, conditioners, and facial cleansers. It is also added to toothpaste to help prevent tooth decay.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boric acid (H3BO3) has been used since antiquity as an antiseptic agent. It was first discovered in 1803 when it was isolated from the mineral borate. Boric acid is used today in many personal care products including toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoos, soaps, and cosmetics. It is also used in food preservation, water treatment, and air purification. In dentistry, boric acid is used as a desensitizing agent in toothpastes and gels. Boric acid can be used alone or with fluoride to treat cavities.
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  • Electroless nickel-boron plating is mostly used on surfaces and components that require durability, anti-corrosion, and self-lubrication, as one might expect. Saw blades, ship propellers, downhole crude oil pumping equipment, guns, and even semiconductors are among the potential and real uses of electroless nickel boron coating. https://borates.today/nickel-boron/
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  • drLisatorres - This method has been used successfully on ships' hulls, pipelines, and other metal surfaces. It can also be used as a coating for pipes or tanks containing corrosive liquids such as hydrochloric acid or sulfuric acid.
  • Campbell_Carol - The process involves a chemical reaction between an acid solution and a metal surface to form a thin layer of nickel boride (NiB). The NiB layer acts like a protective film, preventing corrosion from occurring in areas where it is applied.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The first step in any electroless process is to create a catalytic surface for the chemical reaction. The most common method is to use a thin layer of palladium or platinum deposited by anodization (anodic oxidation)
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  • Neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine require micronutrients to be produced. These can aid in the improvement of mood, conduct, and cognitive abilities (e.g., attention span). Folic acid is necessary for a healthy neurological development during pregnancy. Around 400 million individuals worldwide have low amounts of this vitamin, placing them at risk for depression. A lack of vitamin B12 might make you feel melancholy or indifferent. It's caused, among other things, by a shortage of energy as a result of decreased nerve cell proliferation. https://borates.today/boron-supply-developing/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The first step in treating a patient with nutritional deficiencies is to determine whether they have any underlying medical conditions that would prevent them from absorbing nutrients properly.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The most common side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, insomnia, dry mouth, increased appetite, weight gain, blurred vision, flushing, rash, itching, anxiety, nervousness, confusion, impotence, swelling, and pain in joints. Other less common side effects include: irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, chest pain, shortness of breath, fainting, seizures, hallucinations, and changes in behavior. Severe allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis occur rarely.
  • martinezcharles660 - The most common symptoms are fatigue, loss of appetite, weight gain, insomnia, irritability, and depression. The condition has been linked with an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and dementia.
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  • The five difficulties to sustaining food security, according to a Cornell University analysis by Pingali, are: Providing appropriate food and nourishment to the urban people, particularly the urban poor  tackling the problem of chronic food insecurity and eradicating rural poverty .  https://borates.today/boron-developing-nations/ Developing nation repositioning In the context of globalisation, agriculture .  Dealing with the growing transaction costs of access to and usage of technology . Managing the natural resource base in a sustainable manner.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - In addition, there is also the issue of managing the risks associated with climate change.
  • drLisatorres - Food security can be achieved through several means, including ensuring adequate supplies of water and clean air, preventing hunger and malnutrition, providing education about nutrition, and promoting economic development.
  • Campbell_Carol - Food security has been defined as "the availability at all times of sufficient quantities of safe and nutritious food that meets peoples' dietary needs for an active and healthy life".
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  • Boron-containing mineral supplements are a solid alternative. Before any indications or symptoms appear, it's critical to make sure you're getting enough boron. Mineral supplements for Boron are recommended since mineral deficiency can cause a variety of health issues. The immune system is aided by boron mineral, which stimulates lymphocytes while boosting white blood cells (WBCs). https://borates.today/boron-diet/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The body needs boron minerals in order to function properly. It's found in the bones and teeth as well as in the skin, hair, nails, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Boron helps with the absorption of calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, phosphorus, and vitamin D. It's an essential nutrient for healthy bone development and maintenance, and it supports the nervous system.
  • drLisatorres - There are no side effects associated with taking borax. In fact, borax is often prescribed as a treatment for diarrhea because it works so quickly.
  • Campbell_Carol - Is there anything else I should know about borax?
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  • Boron plays a dual function in food security. It is primarily used to improve the efficiency of fertilisers for plant growth and development, as well as to increase crop production and nitrogen fixation rates in boron-deficient soils. It is also a micronutrient that promotes human health. It is a dynamic micronutrient present in trace concentrations in human and animal physiology. https://borates.today/boron-research-areas/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Bone comprises 70% of the dry weight of the skeleton and is composed mainly of hydroxyapatite
  • drLisatorres - The skeletal system contains approximately 1% of the body\'s total calcium content; hence, it accounts for 25% of the total mineral content of the body.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron deficiency can cause skeletal abnormalities, skin lesions, impaired immune system, neurological problems and depression
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  • Boron must be recognised as a necessary mineral. In many circumstances, boron-based atomic clusters are more common than rare-earth metals. Because boron is the third most prevalent element in the Earth's crust (after oxygen and silicon), it may be found practically anywhere. For business reasons, boron is difficult to extract and mine, but it can be found practically anyplace if you know where to look. Boron has long been used to generate glasses, ceramics, fertilisers, washing powders, detergents, and flame retardants, but it may soon be utilised to create rare-earth metals. https://borates.today/boron-critical-mineral/
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  • jessicaallen33 - There is still a shortage of some rare earths, including dysprosium, terbium and praseodymium. These shortages are expected to continue into 2019, so prices will remain volatile.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This has led to an increase in supply of these minerals, which have become relatively cheap.
  • Campbell_Carol - The main reason for this is that the demand for rare earths has increased over the last few years, due to their use in high tech products such as smartphones, computers and other electronic devices.
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  • To assist the roots get rid of some of the muck on their roots, substrate-dependent controlled nutrient transporters can be utilised. A regulatory circuit inside cells is required, as well as coordinated activity across the tissue. Boron is necessary for plant development but harmful in excessive amounts, which is why it serves as a model for these systems. NIPs and BORs have different polarities and are important in boron uptake in plants. https://borates.today/boron-plants/ Although boron concentrations in the soil are steady, it's noteworthy to note that both transporters and their regulation are quite fast. Through mathematical modelling, slower control of these transporters results in a reduction in oscillatory behaviour. When cells are exposed to potentially cytotoxic boron levels on a regular basis, their ability to process nutrients to the xylem is impaired. We conclude that rapid transporter modulation within a polarised tissue environment is necessary for preserving homeostasis while maintaining homeostasis.
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  • jessicaallen33 - There was no difference in the activities of glutathione reductase, catalase and superoxide dismutase among groups. Serum urea nitrogen and creatinine concentrations were lower in the group supplemented with 50 mg/kg niaicinamid
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Supplementation of niacinamide at 50 mg/kg diet had no significant influence on body weight gain, feed intake, feed conversion ratio, relative weights of liver, heart, gizzard, spleen, pancreas, small intestine, caecal tonsils and abdominal fat pad. However, the birds supplemented with niacinSerum glucose concentration was higher (Supplementation of niacine to the diet did not affect serum triglyceride concentration and total cholesterol level.
  • Campbell_Carol - Investigate the effect of dietary supplementation of niacinamide (NAM) on growth performance, carcass traits, meat quality, serum biochemical parameters and antioxidant status in broiler chickens fed diets containing either 0 or 50 mg/kg niacinamide (as free acid form)
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  • Food safety is a deciding factor in how much food is consumed. https://borates.today/boron-food-utilization/ The capacity of a household to obtain'safe' food has a direct influence on food intake. Food security can only be attained if the food ingested is safe to eat and fits the physiological demands of the individual. Food safety is determined by a number of factors. Preparation, processing, and cooking in community and domestic contexts are examples. What sort of meals you eat depends on the nutritional values you establish for your household. The sorts of food considered suitable for ingestion can also be influenced by cultural preferences in particular groups.
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  • jessicaallen33 - The adverse health effects of consuming foods containing high levels of pesticides have been documented since the 1960s. Pesticides are used widely in agriculture to protect crops against pests.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The definition emphasizes the importance of ensuring that the food we consume meets our needs, which includes meeting our health requirements. In addition to being fit for human consumption, food must meet basic standards of hygiene and sanitation.
  • Campbell_Carol - The World Health Organization (WHO) defines food safety as "the quality of the food supply that ensures its suitability for consumption".
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  • Boron is a mineral that is found in nature. It has a lot of different uses, one of which is in batteries. Boron helps to improve the battery's performance and lifespan. https://borates.today/electronic-devices/. Batteries are made up of different materials, including metals and alloys. When these materials come into contact with each other, they can create what is called an "electrode." The electrode is essential for the conduction of electricity within the battery. Boron helps to improve the electrical conductivity of these materials, which can lead to a better performing battery.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is a chemical element with symbol B and atomic number 5. Produced entirely by cosmic ray spallation and supernovae, it is a very rare element on Earth. Boron is concentrated on Earth by the water cycle, with most of it in the oceans. It has been estimated that there are about 1100 molecules of boron per cubic meter of seawater.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a promising material for energy storage because it can form stable compounds with both lithium and magnesium. These compounds could be used to create all-boron batteries that would have a higher capacity than traditional lithium-ion batteries. Boron also has a lower melting point than lithium, which could make manufacturing all-boron batteries easier and less expensive.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - While boron has a variety of potential applications in energy storage, it is still unclear if it could be used in batteries. Some experts say that boron may help to improve battery performance, while others believe that its benefits are overstated.
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  • Due to its high energy density and possible capacity, lithium-sulfur (Li–S) batteries have been the talk of the town. The adoption of this approach has been delayed due to obstacles originating from the nature of materials, such as the well-known shuttle effect, significant volume expansion, and insulating property of sulphur, as well as its low order reduction products. Sulphur nanocomposites made from heteroatom-doped carbon nanostructures are a cost-effective and promising technology. However, there are few studies on the use of boron and oxygen dual doping in lithium-sulfur batteries, much alone a description of the technique. https://borates.today/boron-salts-batteries/
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  • drLisatorres - Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have created a new type of cathode material that may enable next-generation rechargeable lithium-ion batteries to store more than twice as much energy per unit mass as today’s best commercial cells.
  • jessicaallen33 - The PEM consists of poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) chains grafted onto a crosslinked polystyrene backbone. It exhibits excellent ion conductivity and mechanical strength, while being chemically stable under both acidic and alkaline conditions.
  • martinezcharles660 - A new study published in ACS Energy Letters reveals that the performance of Li–S batteries can be improved by using an electrolyte containing a small amount of sulfuric acid. This finding is based on the results obtained with a novel polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM), which was developed at the University of California, Berkeley.
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  • Boron may be used to lower carbon density, and it offers a number of advantages. To begin with, the element minimises greenhouse gas emissions by absorbing them from other materials used in the manufacturing process, such as lithium bromides and nickel oxide. Second, because Borax can be recycled endlessly without causing harm to human health or the environment, it should come as no surprise that it is being used as one of several solutions to combat climate change. https://borates.today/decarbonization-magic-ingredient-boron/
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  • drLisatorres - WHO estimates that about 7 million people die prematurely every year due to exposure to air pollutants
  • jessicaallen33 - Air quality is a major concern for many countries around the globe. In China, where more than 1 billion people breathe polluted air, the government has launched an ambitious plan to improve air quality across the country.
  • martinezcharles660 - The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that air pollution is now the world’s biggest environmental risk to public health.
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  • Boron is mostly used in the manufacturing of oil. More information on Boron oil extraction is available at https://borates.today/boron-oil-extraction/. It aids in the extraction process by breaking down hydrocarbons into smaller, more readily recoverable molecules, and has been employed to create inkblots since antiquity, when humans wrote with quill pens rather than pencils or paints! After primary recovery operations, oil companies also inject brines containing this mineral additive, which stimulates new flow; however, its applications aren't limited to this; some exploratory projects even mix it within aquifers where pressure gradients need to be changed because they're too high.
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  • drLisatorres - There are a variety of boron compounds that can be applied as additives for various purposes:
  • jessicaallen33 - Borax is widely used to soften water due to its ability to absorb calcium carbonate from hard water. This property makes it useful in laundry detergent products. It is also used in making glassware, ceramics, enameled cast iron cookware, soap, cosmetics, and toothpaste.
  • martinezcharles660 - Borate salts (e.g., sodium tetraborate) are often added to water treatment systems to reduce scaling and corrosion. They may also be used to treat drinking water to remove heavy metals such as lead and mercury.
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  • Homeopathy is a pseudoscientific alternative to conventional medicine. In 1796, a German physician named Samuel Hahnemann devised it. The practitioners, known as homoeopaths, believe that any chemical that causes illness symptoms in healthy individuals may also be used to treat them. To make them, homoeopathic dilution is utilised. The chosen substance is next diluted until it resembles the diluent chemically. To remove any vestiges of the original meaning, homoeopaths may smack and shake the substance. These items, according to the practitioner, can be used to treat or cure illnesses. https://borates.today/boron-homeopathy/
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  • drLisatorres - Its effectiveness has not been scientifically proven.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It is an alternative to conventional medicines.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - There is no evidence that homeopathy works for most conditions.
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