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06/27/22 - 04:04 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Given its low cost of storage, availability, and ease of manufacturing, boron is a great candidate for rocket fuel. It works well as a jet fuel additive as well. Ammonia borane, also known as NH3BH3, is being tested by researchers at the University of California, Riverside as an alternative to conventional carbon-based chemical rocket fuels. Carbon-free space launches might result from this. https://borates.today/ammonia-borane-power/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Solid oxidising agents and borosilicates can be kept in storage for as long as needed without experiencing any deterioration or danger of early igniting.
  • drLisatorres - The bipropellant generates a significant amount of hot gases quickly by mixing boron and nitrogen. A number of uses for the gases exist, including rocket thrust.
  • smithjamess221 - Because of its low molecular mass and high combustion energy, boron is a useful component for rocket fuels.
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  • The most popular type of rare-earth magnet is a neodymium magnet, also known as a NdFeB or Neo magnet. The Nd2Fe14B crystalline structure is created from an alloy of neodymium, iron, and boron. Neodymium magnets' magnetic characteristics rely on the alloy's microstructure, manufacturing process, and composition. NASDAQ: FEAM mines boron that is used to make Neodymium magnets. https://borates.today/boron-magnets-prize/
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  • drLisatorres - Successful product development would be very advantageous for NASDAQ: FEAM given the increased need for permanent magnets, particularly neodymium magnets.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The neodymium magnet alloy microcrystalline grains are aligned in a strong magnetic field at manufacturing.
  • smithjamess221 - A magnetic metal having antiferromagnetic characteristics is neodymium. In its purest state, it exhibits magnetic characteristics at low temperatures below 19 K (425.5 °F).
06/24/22 - 04:17 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • As an antireflection coating, boron is utilised in solar cells. During the production process, incident sunlight that does not pass through or mix is reduced by antireflection coatings. As a result, electrical conductivity is improved, and efficiency is raised.
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    Boron's potential for application in energy storage has also been investigated recently. Electricity can be produced using solar energy, a sustainable resource.
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  • smithjamess221 - By decreasing or eliminating the requirement for power cables and other infrastructure that causes energy losses when used in this fashion, boron can increase the effectiveness of solar energy systems.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - With a strong affinity for electrons, boron is a light element. It is therefore perfect for use in electrical storage units like batteries.
  • drLisatorres - There are huge energy losses caused by the current methods for moving solar energy from high-productivity regions to industrialised areas. Boron might be utilised to cut back on or perhaps stop these losses.
06/23/22 - 03:52 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Unless utilised as a catalyst or non-reactive additive, bores in adhesives serve a primary structural crosslinking role. In crosslinked adhesive materials, the sticky matrix binds the borate ions. By crosslinking the starch molecule, boreates found in adhesives can also make a substance viscous. Additionally, they enhance the bond's capacity to hold water and produce films. https://borates.today/borates-in-adhesives/
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  • smithjamess221 - About 1% to 2% of the weight of the corrugated boards is made up of adhesives. Borates used in corrugated panel adhesives cannot be replaced by any other technique.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borax is used to dilute caustic soda, but it also controls viscosity and gives the adhesive tackiness.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In various kinds of adhesives, diverse uses for boreates are found. Foil rolls, tube winding toilets, and the kitchen all employ borated dextrines.
06/22/22 - 03:57 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Multipurpose additives called boron lubricants are used in the drilling and production of oil and gas. They are also employed to provide lubrication and exert other physical and chemical effects in addition to managing pH, viscosity, and corrosion. To achieve several of these benefits, drilling fluid formulations may contain borate. https://borates.today/boron-lubricants-for-drilling/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borates stick to the cement grains' surfaces, where they combine with calcium ions to generate calcium borate coatings that prevent the grains from hydrating and preventing the cement from setting.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - By preventing rust and decay on steel tubing, casing, and pipework, the substance sodium pentaborate can aid in the inhibition of corrosion.
  • drLisatorres - Sodium pentaborate, when used as a drilling fluid, can enhance the efficacy of various polymer-based fluid-loss additives as well as the lubricating and pH-regulating properties of water-based liquids.
06/21/22 - 03:57 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Boron is present in different forms in soil, the most prevalent of which is Boric Acid (H3BO3). Boron levels in soil should be between 12 mg/kg and 20 mg/kg. Boron deficit occurs when the boron concentration of the soil falls below 0.14 mg/kg. Because boric acid occurs in an undissociated form that the plant cannot absorb, it is seen with high pH in basic soils. https://borates.today/boron-deficiency-symptom-cure/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron deficiency is more prevalent in low humidity environments or when plants are submerged. More than any other function, new growth is harmed, resulting in scorched or burned areas.
  • smithjamess221 - At all phases of development, boron deficiency can cause severe reductions in reproductive and vegetative growth. Both female and male flower growth is severely hampered if not addressed.
  • drLisatorres - Boron deficit occurs when there is a lack of organic matter in the soil (1.5 percent). Because the boron is not retained in the soil, it is also characterised by highly leached sandy soils.
06/20/22 - 04:07 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • When boron carbide combines with bromine at temperatures above 300 °C, boron tribromide is produced. Vacuum distillation is used to further purify it.
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    Boron tribromide is water insoluble but soluble in dichloromethane and carbon tetrachloride. When it comes into contact with water or moist air, it produces caustic hydrobromic acid vapours.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Because boron tribromide is humidity sensitive, reactions should be carried out in an anhydrous state. BBr3 was first used to deprotect acetals that couldn't be deprotected under acidic conditions.
  • drLisatorres - Image processing, semiconductor doping, semiconductor plasma etching, and photovoltaic production are some of the other uses for Boron tribromide.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron tribromide, extensively employed in the pharmaceutical sector, is an effective demethylating or dealkylating chemical for the cleavage of ethers.
06/17/22 - 03:46 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Boriding is a surface hardening technique that provides a consistent hardness layer from the surface to the depth of the dispersed layer. The resulting hardness is significantly higher than that of previous surface hardening methods.

    Increased hardness combined with a lower coefficient of friction enhances wear, abrasion, and surface fatigue properties. Hardness retention at high temperatures, resistance to corrosion in acidic environments, reduced lubrication consumption, and a lower tendency to cold weld are some of the other benefits. https://borates.today/boriding-surface-hardening/
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  • drLisatorres - Boronizing improves the characteristics of cast iron, cast steel, most steel grades, and nickel-based alloys, among other materials.
  • smithjamess221 - Boronizing is a process that infuses boron in the form of powder, paste, or granules into unalloyed and low alloyed steels.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Nickel-based alloys, cobalt-based alloys, and molybdenum are examples of borided materials. Boriding a nickel alloy without sacrificing corrosion resistance results in a surface that is highly hard and resistant to wear.
06/16/22 - 12:44 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Calcium fructoborate has been classified as a new food by the European Union. It appears to have benefits as a food supplement for adults, lowering stress and possibly aiding in the treatment of osteoarthritis and bone loss.
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    Calcium fructoborate is a salt of an organoboron molecule combining boron, fructose, and calcium that is found naturally in some plants as well as synthesised and advertised as a nutritional supplement.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Calcium fructoborate may help cells perform better. The study, for example, was proven to lower the risk of heart disease and cancer. A calcium fructoborate supplement can also help people with arthritis minimise acute pain in their joints.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Their calcium fructoborate supplement has a boron content of 2% to 9% and a fructose content of 84.2 percent.
  • drLisatorres - Calcium fructoborate is a boron source derived from plants. It should not be used in newborn formula. Supplements should only be used with the advice of a doctor and should not be used in place of a plant-based diet.
06/15/22 - 01:03 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has denied claims that the electric carmaker is looking to buy another automobile, but he has hinted that the business would be interested in buying a mining company.

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    Tesla's market value has surged past $500 billion this year, fueling speculation that the corporation may acquire smaller but more experienced automakers. Elon Musk, meanwhile, stated at the FT Future of the Car conference that this is not something Tesla is considering.
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  • drLisatorres - Lithium is an important component of electric vehicle batteries, and as the demand for EVs grows, so does the demand for lithium. Tesla intends to address this demand by entering the lithium mining industry.
  • smithjamess221 - Tesla has set a goal of producing 20 million electric cars per year by 2030, after producing just under 1 million last year.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Elon Musk has suggested that Tesla would be interested in buying a mining company in order to ensure supply of important minerals like lithium and boron, which are used in electric vehicle batteries, in order to speed up the global transition to sustainable energy.
06/01/22 - 02:42 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • In comparison to hydrocarbons, boranes have a very high specific energy of burning. As a result, they are potentially appealing as fuels. There was extensive investigation into their potential as jet fuel additives in the 1950s. Carboranes are structurally similar to boranes but structurally distinct from hydrocarbons. Read more on https://borates.today/boranes-borane-clusters/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - There was a surge of interest in boranes and the possibilities of uranium borohydride during World War II. They generated a stir since this borane has the potential to enrich uranium isotopes.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boranes are formed by the chemical reaction of boron and hydrogen. It is made up of a large number of compounds that use the general formula BxHy.
  • drLisatorres - Boranes undergo a variety of reactions, including electrophilic substitution, nucleophilic substitution with Lewis bases, and solid ground deprotonation.
  • smithjamess221 - Carboranes are similar to boranes in structure, with polyhedral clusters. Furthermore, they are classed similarly to the boranes group, such as closo-, Nido-, arachno-, and hypho-, among others, according on what they represent.
05/31/22 - 12:58 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Boron's borohydride anion and most of its modifications have a tetrahedral structure. The other ligands influence the reactivity of the BH bonds. Ethyl groups that release electrons, such as those present in triethylborohydride, make the B-H centre particularly nucleophilic. Cyanoborohydride, on the other hand, is a weaker reductant due to the electron-withdrawing cyano substituent. The countercation influences the reagent's reducing potency as well. Read more on https://borates.today/borohydrides-organic-synthesis/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Because of their high gravimetric hydrogen storage densities, light-weight hydrides are attractive candidates for hydrogen storage in mobile applications.
  • smithjamess221 - Tetrahydroborates are also important in both academic and industry inorganic chemistry.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Lithium borohydride, also known as LiBH4, is an inorganic substance having the chemical formula LiBH4. It is utilised in organic synthesis as a reducing agent for esters.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron's borohydride anion and most of its modifications have a tetrahedral structure. The other ligands influence the reactivity of the BH bonds.
05/30/22 - 01:22 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Borohydrides are important chemicals in organic and inorganic chemistry because they act as reducing agents in organic synthesis. Lithium borohydride and sodium borohydride are the most important borohydrides. Tetrahydroborates are also important in both academic and industry inorganic chemistry. Read more on https://borates.today/borohydrides-organic-synthesis/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - In the presence of an acid catalyst, sodium borohydride is employed in the reductive amination of ketones and aldehydes to yield secondary amines.
  • andrewjackson6626 - To avoid foxing in antique books and documents, sodium borohydride is utilised.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - By converting aldehydes and ketones, sodium borohydride is used to make medications such as chloramphenicol, thiophenicol, vitamin A, atropine, scopolamine, and various flavourings and smells.
  • drLisatorres - Sodium borohydride is a chemical compound that is widely used in industry, with a yearly manufacturing capacity of 5000 tonnes in 2002.
05/28/22 - 03:31 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Borophene has a rather short history. It is a brand-new compound. Scientists predicted its emergence in the 1990s by doing computer simulations to explain how boron atoms could form a monolayer. However, it wasn't until 2015 that this one-of-a-kind substance was synthesised by chemical vapour deposition. A hot gas of boron atoms condenses on a cool surface of pure silver in this process. Read more on https://borates.today/borophene-graphene/
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  • drLisatorres - Borophene can be utilised to make deformable devices that can be reverted to their original shape. Borophene, because it is conductive, has the potential to be an ideal material for flexible electronic devices.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borophene, like graphene, is difficult to work with and expensive to make due to these two characteristics. Chemists, on the other hand, believe that Borophene has the potential to be the next great wonder material.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Both materials are related because their atomic structures are quite similar. Borophene is categorised as the best option that goes beyond the benefits and quality that Graphene delivers, based on various scientific criteria and the above-mentioned qualities of this material.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The systematic arrangement of silver atoms drives boron atoms into a similar pattern, with each atom linking to as many as six other atoms to form a flat hexagonal shape.
05/27/22 - 02:50 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Many organoboron compounds are known, and many of them are significant in chemical synthesis. Several are made through hydroboration, which uses diborane, B2H6, a simple borane molecule.

    Organoboron compounds, such as tetraphenylborate, [B(C6H5)4], and triphenylborane, B(C6H5)3, are commonly tetrahedral or trigonal planar. When numerous boron atoms react, they generate unique dodecahedral (12-sided) and icosahedral (20-sided) structures that are primarily made of boron atoms or carbon heteroatoms. https://borates.today/boron-chemistry/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron compound synthesis does not need the creation of elemental boron; instead, it makes use of readily accessible borates.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - One of the earliest methods of producing elemental boron was by reducing boric oxide with metals such as magnesium or aluminium. However, the borides of those metals are always present in the product.
  • drLisatorres - At 60 degrees Celsius, sodium perborate, Na2H4B2O8, otherwise [B2O4 (OH)4] 2- releases oxygen. When this salt is hydrolyzed, it yields H2O2. As a result of this feature, it works as a less harsh oxidant and chlorine-free bleach.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron carbide and boron nitride have hardness and melting temperatures comparable to diamond, making them valuable materials in the nuclear (control rods) and defence industries.
05/26/22 - 02:29 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • A lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery is a type of lithium-ion battery that charges and discharges at a faster rate. It is a rechargeable battery having a cathode of LiFePO4 and an anode of graphitic carbon with a metallic backing.

    LiFePO4 batteries have a lower energy density and operate at lower voltages than lithium-ion batteries. They feature a lower discharge rate, flat curves, and are safer than Li-ion batteries. Lithium ferrophosphate batteries are another name for these batteries. Read more on https://borates.today/lifepo-batteries-vehicles/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - LiFePO4 batteries do not include cobalt and are less expensive than other alternatives. It has a longer shelf life and is non-toxic.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - LFP batteries are made up of more than just connected cells; they also contain a system that keeps the battery within safe limits.
  • drLisatorres - LiFePO4 batteries are now ubiquitous and have numerous uses, including use in boats, solar systems, and cars.
  • smithjamess221 - Scientists discovered that cathode materials are superior to lithium-ion battery cathodes. This is most obvious in LiFePO4 battery versions. They improve stability and conductivity, as well as a variety of other features.
05/25/22 - 03:20 AM martinezcharles660 created a new post.
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  • Boron is frequently employed as a shielding, control, and safety material in nuclear reactors. Boron absorbs neutron radiation during fission, delaying or terminating the reaction without itself fissioning. Boron, in addition to providing a clean, stable, and sustainable fuel for modern living, helps to make nuclear power safe. https://borates.today/boron-fukushima/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron has a tendency to absorb neutrons and then split apart. However, uranium, specifically uranium-235, has a tendency to disintegrate quickly after absorbing a neutron.
  • drLisatorres - Boron was thought to be a safer solution for cooling the reactors. Engineers injected Boron-laced seawater into two of the three reactors of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power facility.
  • smithjamess221 - The fuel elements are corroded by seawater, but boron is not corrosive and provides a safe, last-ditch cooling solution. The uranium-210-boron mixture absorbed neutrons, preventing the core of the Fukushima reactor from reaching this critical state.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Plant operators can manage the nuclear reaction rate and energy production by dissolving high-purity boric acid in the primary cooling circuit, which controls the amount of boric acid in the reaction environment.
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  • The need for resources has expanded beyond traditional commodities. Defense, aerospace, automotive, renewable energy, telecommunications, and agritech all rely on technological advancement and demand for minerals such as boron and lithium.

    Australia produces over half of the world's lithium, is the second-largest producer of cobalt, and ranks fourth in rare earth production. Read more on https://borates.today/critical-minerals-australia/
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  • drLisatorres - The strategy did lay out a long-term plan to capitalise on expanding global demand and establish a robust and enduring Australian critical minerals sector – one that contributes to Australia's national security and economic development as well as the Indo-Pacific region's.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - It has already committed $200 million to its Critical Minerals Accelerator Initiative to support strategically significant projects; the investment will help to accelerate the supply of minerals for vital industrial sectors.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The new approach will enable Australia's mining industry to generate more of the raw materials required to manufacture products for the aforementioned sectors, such as steel, glass, ceramics, magnets, batteries, and solar panels.
  • smithjamess221 - In 2021, the Australian government will establish the $2 billion Critical Minerals Facility. Export Finance Australia manages the facility.
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  • When boron particles are irradiated, they heat up to around 378 °C. At this temperature, it reacts with water, producing hydrogen and boron oxides in situ. Boron oxides act as "traps" for CO2 molecules. In the presence of the light-activated boron catalyst, hydrogen is extremely reactive and efficiently reduces CO2 by providing the necessary protons (H+) and electrons. https://borates.today/boron-reduces-carbon-dioxide/
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  • smithjamess221 - This lays the groundwork for a new and more efficient technique of converting CO2 into a viable carbon source for the production of fuels and chemicals.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - A boron catalyst that self-heats serves as a light harvester, photothermal converter, hydrogen producer, and catalyst all in one.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The optimal pathway for converting CO2 into anything useful is regarded to be reduction assisted by a proper catalyst using sunlight as the sole source of energy.
  • drLisatorres - A reactor can be heated using the photothermal effect. Reactor heating is critical for a chilly start of the methanation reaction.
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  • Many organoboron compounds are known, and many of them are significant in chemical synthesis. Several are made through hydroboration, which uses diborane, B2H6, a simple borane molecule.

    Organoboron compounds, such as tetraphenylborate, [B(C6H5)4], and triphenylborane, B(C6H5)3, are commonly tetrahedral or trigonal planar. When numerous boron atoms react, they generate unique dodecahedral (12-sided) and icosahedral (20-sided) structures that are primarily made of boron atoms or carbon heteroatoms. https://borates.today/boron-chemistry/
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron is also utilised in high strength glassware, contributing for 10% of global output. Ceramics, especially exceptionally hard materials, account for more than 15% of global boron use.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Almost all of the world's boron ore is processed into boric acid and sodium tetraborate pentahydrate. Boron is used to make glass and ceramics in the United States, accounting for 70% of total consumption.
  • drLisatorres - Carboranes are important molecular moieties that add considerable amounts of boron to other biochemicals to create boron-containing compounds for cancer treatment using boron neutron capture therapy.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Organoboron chemicals, such as boron carbide (a complex, highly hard ceramic composed of boron-carbon cluster anions and cations), and carboranes, have been employed in a variety of applications (carbon-boron cluster chemistry compounds that are halogenated to form reactive structures like carborane acid).
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  • Boron-based Furan polymers are a novel class of boron-based renewable energy products. These materials have the potential to be employed as electrode materials in lithium-ion batteries, as well as portable energy sources and catalysts in chemical reactions.
    https://borates.today/boron-furan-polymers/
    They're also quite biodegradable. Boron is a mineral that is at the forefront of science due to its advanced and environmentally friendly energy potential. Researchers believe that boron, when combined with furan polymers, can provide a long-term solution for light and energy on the go.
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  • smithjamess221 - Another technique to develop renewable materials is to lower the temperature. Natural fibres are sustainable and require less heat to process than synthetic materials.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron-based fibres are another another fantastic source of renewable and sustainable energy. They have little impact on global warming or pollution.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - These polymers have a variety of possibilities as sustainable energy sources in addition to organic electronics. They can be used for solar cells, light-emitting diodes, displays, and electronic circuits, among other things.
  • drLisatorres - Boron-based Beyond organic electronics, furan polymers have a wide range of applications. They can contribute to a sustainable and clean energy source.
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  • When trees are deprived of Boron, they exhibit a variety of visual symptoms. Due to inadequate cell wall deposition, boron deficiency generally results in diminished elongation of developing sites. In more severe cases, it might result in tissue necrosis owing to cell death.

    This has a significant impact on root growth, particularly lateral root growth. The shortage may also prevent the plant from growing in its aerial portions, such as height and leaf area. https://borates.today/boron-deficiency-woody-plants/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - This is one of the most important elements impacting the Boron requirement of woody plants, aside from growth stage and field management.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron deficiency disrupts cell walls and membranes, causing phenol metabolism-related enzymes to malfunction, resulting in phenol buildup.
  • drLisatorres - Boron deficit causes cell wall reactions to be quicker. Within minutes after Boron shortage, for example, plasma membrane-bound oxidoreductase activity was commonly suppressed.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is required for the development of the cell wall. Because of the altered mechanical properties and aberrant expansion, B-deficient plants frequently have thick and brittle walls.
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  • Boron-based polymers for EV storage: Due to their huge surface areas, large aspect ratios, and superior thermal conductivities, boron-based polymers such as BNNTs are 2D nanomaterials with great qualities for increasing electric vehicle energy storage. Borates Today looks at how BNNTs could be used in electric car transmissions and batteries. Read more on https://borates.today/boron-polymers-ev-storage/
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  • drLisatorres - Boron nitride (BN) nanoparticles have previously been utilised for lubrication, friction reduction, wear resistance, and thermal management, among other things.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Due to the synergistic impact of the nanoparticles and the host matrix, polymer nanocomposites with BNNTs have improved dielectric characteristics.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The electrical conduction of the composite can be successfully inhibited while keeping the BNNTs' high dielectric property by including such BNNTs into the polymers. This approach could pave the way for new ways to create improved dielectric materials for energy storage.
  • smithjamess221 - Electric vehicles have been on the rise for years, and predictions indicate that this trend will continue. The global market for electric vehicles was estimated to be worth USD 246.70 billion in 2020.
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  • Boron is used in ceramics and glass. Because of its ability to lower glass viscosity, boron has been used in the production of ceramics and enamels for millennia. NASDAQ: FEAM is ready to begin the extraction and manufacturing of global borates, with the long-term goal of downstream boron refining into products used in ceramics and other sectors.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - With the evolution of very durable ceramics, new material science has broadened the market for boron goods.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron generally accounts for between 8% and 20% of the finished product's weight. NASDAQ: FEAM intends to be the world's largest supplier of borates.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron also improves the lustre of the items it is used to make, producing a protective coating that promotes durability and chemical resistance.
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  • Borax can alternatively be referred to as sodium borate or sodium tetraborate. It's a vital boron compound and mineral.
    https://borates.today/boron-homeopathy/
    White powdered borax is made up of small crystals with no colour that dissolve fast in water. It boosts the body's natural absorption of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals. Borax is a well-known natural treatment for a variety of health issues.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borax is a naturally occurring element that can be found in many places around the world. Borax may help regulate your hormones, improve digestion and immunity among other things!
  • drLisatorres - Borax is a natural ingredient that can be used to treat specific health issues, such as sores on the mouth or tongue and swelling in throat. When taken orally it will cause toxins within your body's cells to diffuse out into surrounding areas causing inflammation which leads relief from pain.
  • smithjamess221 - Borax can help you with a number of different health problems and it has an amazing list of benefits! For example, boron is great for preventing arthritis. It also heals swollen tongue and throat sores as well relief from painful red eyes; solving menstrual cycles by healing infections in females' reproductive organs.
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  • Boron in eyeglasses has been used as a vital element for optical material producers since 1887 due to its water-soluble presence, with benefits including durability, scratch resistance, and light transmission.
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    Borate minerals like potassium borate, sodium tetraborate, and boric acid are commonly utilized in the production of optical materials.
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  • smithjamess221 - Borate minerals are essential to the production of certain types optical materials. These borons provide strength and durability for these delicate structures, making them perfect candidates in high-quality products like glasses or lenses!
  • drLisatorres - Borate minerals contain optical materials such as glass and polymers for laboratory usage. Boron oxides can also be found in optical components such as lenses, prisms, windows, mirrors, and other devices. Those that can reflect light or other electromagnetic waves, in particular.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borate minerals can be found in water-soluble form. These salts, like potassium tetraborate or sodium borates for example, increase the refractive index of glass by up to 1%.
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  • Boron lubricants are multipurpose additives used in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas.
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    They are used to provide lubrication and perform various physical and chemical effects in addition to managing pH, viscosity, and corrosion. Borates can be employed in the composition of drilling fluids to produce some of these effects.
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  • smithjamess221 - To stabilise drilled wellbore walls, add sodium pentaborate to cement reinforcements. Borates cling to the surface of cement grains, where they react with calcium ions to generate calcium borate coatings that hinder grain hydration and cement setting.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The technique of producing sodium perborate requires crystallising a polymer formed from maleic anhydride, particularly one with a lot of free carboxylic groups, chosen from a copolymer of maleic anhydride and an organic molecule with an ethylene link.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Sodium pentaborate, as a drilling fluid, can assist improve the performance of various polymer-based fluid-loss additives, as well as the lubricating and pH control properties of water-based liquids. It works well in a variety of drilling settings and helps to reduce the risk of formation damage.
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  • Boron carbide has long been regarded as an excellent fuel component for solid rocket propellant formulations.
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    A bipropellant consisting of boron and nitrogen compounds can also be used for rocket propulsion. A nitrogen-containing chemical consisting only of carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen is mixed with a boron-containing compound consisting solely of carbon, hydrogen, and carbon.
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  • smithjamess221 - The bipropellent, which is made of boron and nitrogen, generates a tremendous amount of hot gases in a short period of time. These gases are useful for a variety of reasons, including supplying propulsion for rockets.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The combustion enthalpy of boron carbide is high. Boron carbide may be produced simply utilising well-known electric furnace processes. It is also easily accessible and reasonably priced.
  • drLisatorres - Boron has been extensively studied as a solid rocket fuel and as an addition to jet fuels. However, because to its unpredictable and complicated combustion behaviour, this propellant has proven challenging to control.
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  • Many investigations and research into boron and photocatalysis for applications ranging from solar energy, pollutant removal, artificial photosynthesis, energy storage, and fuel evolution have resulted from the increasing reliance on renewable energy sources. https://borates.today/boron-photocatalysis/
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  • smithjamess221 - The global climate crisis has forced countries to turn to renewable energy sources. These technologies are being developed and deployed at a rapid pace to help countries fulfil their net-zero carbon emission objectives by 2050. Advanced material research benefits a variety of sectors.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - MXene nanosheets based on magnesium tetrabromide, which might be employed in next-generation photocatalysis and energy storage applications.
  • drLisatorres - Boron, when combined with other elements, has the potential to revolutionise solar energy due to its outstanding conductivity and photocatalytic activity.
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  • Flat Panel Display made of Boron Glass is a mineral that is widely used in LCD and plasma television displays. It is widely found in high-tech glass used in LCD and plasma TV panels.
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    Its use in these products skyrocketed around the year 2000, as customer preferences switched away from CRT TVs and toward flat-panel displays. However, boron substitutes are beginning to emerge as a result of its presence in glass, which some regard to be an environmental threat.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron's low refractive index makes it resistant to both high temperatures and thermal stress. Because of its ability to be bonded to metal, it can be a great choice for displays.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron benefits in flat panel displays include better brightness and colour rendering, and boron-infused glass can even improve display contrast.
  • drLisatorres - Boron is still widely used in flat panel display glass. Boron has benefits in Flat Panel Display Glass in terms of heat resistance, processing range, and devitrification stability.
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  • Boron-based Furan polymers are a new category of boron-based renewable energy products.
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    These materials have the potential to be employed as electrode materials in lithium-ion batteries, as well as portable energy sources and catalysts in chemical processes. They're also quite biodegradable.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Furan polymers based on boron are also utilized to manufacture light-emitting diodes and screens. This substance will soon be a green, clean source of energy.
  • drLisatorres - Beyond organic electronics, furan polymers have a wide range of potential applications. They can contribute to the provision of a sustainable and clean source of power.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron-based furan polymers are more luminous and soluble than typical thiophene-based chemicals, making production simpler and reducing solvent usage.
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  • With boron's ability to resist high temperatures and modification by light, it may just be the answer for our search for sustainable energy. https://borates.today/boron-furan-polymers/
    In combination with furan polymers, researchers believe that this mineral can offer us an alternative solution when looking at ways in which we could finally break free from fossil fuels once and finalize their impact on climate change while still having to access portable forms throughout everyday life.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The development of boron-based furan polymers has allowed for the creation of sensors that can detect hazardous amines in the air.
  • drLisatorres - Boron-based furans are already used in organic electronics. They have been reported to be an integral part of the field known as “Organic Electronics” which pertains specifically to materials science concerning design, synthesis and characterization or application involving molecules or polymers with desirable electronic properties such as conductivity.
  • smithjamess221 - The applications of these polymers are extremely diverse, and they can be used in a variety of different fields. For example; some may have found use as solar cells while others provide light emitters for displays and electric circuits.
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  • There have been several research that demonstrate the usefulness of Boron-Carbon. These studies contain E. coli and MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). https://borates.today/boron-carbon-bacteria/

    These are research projects involving E. coli and MRSA. They produce inconclusive outcomes. Boron Carbon contributes to the fight against infections.

    Boron-Carbon is excellent in curing disease-causing microorganisms present on plant surfaces naturally.

    This heralds the arrival of a new method of pest management. Boron-Carbon is used to treat plant-surface illnesses caused by naturally occurring bacteria.

    In these circumstances, boron-carbon is frequently utilised as an option to treat illnesses like as leaf spots and powdery mildew.

    Traditional eradication treatments, such as insecticides or synthetic fungicides, are difficult to eliminate.
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  • davidgarcia27 - It can be extracted from certain plants and minerals. Boric acid is also known as borax. It is commonly used as a household cleaner due to its ability to remove dirt and grime. Boron-Carbons are made up of pure boron with carbon. They are very effective in killing bacteria.
  • jessicaallen33 - This study was conducted at the University of Arizona's School of Medicine. Researchers tested different concentrations of boric acid on both gram positive and negative bacteria. Boric Acid is an organic compound found in nature.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron-Carbon is the most effective way to kill harmful bacteria. It has been proven to be more efficient than other pesticides. The results of this study were published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
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  • Boron is a critical element in industry, particularly in the semiconductor industry. Because of its helpful properties of reducing heat exposure damage, it absorbs infrared radiation and prevents components from overheating. As a result, future technologies such as superconductors and thermoelectric converters will be able to have enormous energy densities while still matching today's efficiency standards! https://borates.today/boron-infrared-energy-efficiency/
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  • Campbell_Carol - The element is found in many minerals, including the mineral boric acid, which is a white crystalline solid. It can also occur as an impurity in some metals such as iron or aluminium. Boric acid occurs naturally in small amounts in sea water, but it is not considered to be biotoxic. In addition, boric acid is widely used in industry as a flux material in metallurgy, glassmaking, ceramics, and chemical synthesis.
  • drLisatorres - The most common boron isotopes are 11B (99%) and 10B (1%). The latter has no stable isotope; all other isotopes decay with half lives of less than one second, so that they cannot be used for any practical purpose.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The boron atoms are bonded with oxygen atoms in the crystal lattice structure. The bonding can be described by the following formula: B(O)x where x 1 or 2. Borate minerals include calcium borate (CaB2O4), magnesium borate (MgB2O4), sodium borate (NaBO2), potassium borate (KBO2), and lithium borate (LiBO2).
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  • Borates are used in the building sector. It strengthens concrete and fireproofs mortars. Borax is used in a variety of products, including chemicals, medicines, paints, and electroplating solutions. Boron-based chemicals may be found on both sides of the structure. It is a necessary aspect of modern life. Borax can also be stored on kitchen shelves. It aids in the removal of hard water. https://borates.today/boron-building-block-urbanization/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Borates that contain only one borate unit in their structure; these include boric acid (H3BO3), sodium tetraborate decahydrate Na2 , and potassium hexaboride K2.
  • drLisatorres - Borates containing more than one borate unit in its structure; these include borax (Na2B4O7·10 H2O), calcium metaborate Ca(BO2)2, magnesium metaborate Mg(BO2)2 and sodium perborate NaBO2.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The borate ion (BO3) is a member of the group 3 of the periodic table. This element has an atomic number of 5 and a mass number of 11. The symbol for this element is B. Borate ions have three valence electrons, which are shared with oxygen atoms to form two BO2 units.
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  • The world's largest automaker, Ford, uses boron and other ultra-high-strength lightweight steels. They may be found in a number of structural parts on modern Ford vehicles such as the Taurus, Transit Connect, Flex, Mustang, F150, and Focus, as well as the Lincoln MKS. https://borates.today/ford-boron-steel/

    Boron steel is also widely employed to protect the occupants in the 2011 Ford Fiesta in the case of an accident. The body structure of the Ford Fiesta is made up of a lot of cold and hot high-strength steel. This steel, which is available in a variety of grades including extremely high-strength, dual-phase steel, and ultra-high-strength aluminized boron steel, accounts for up to 50% of the body structure of some automotive models. Despite its enhanced toughness, the Fiesta frame is nevertheless remarkably light.
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  • Campbell_Carol - The front suspension uses coil springs and shock absorbers (front struts). The rear suspension uses leaf springs and trailing arms.
  • drLisatorres - The aluminum body panels for the Mustang were made from an alloy containing 0.2% magnesium, 1% manganese, 2% silicon, 0.5% copper, 0.1% chromium, 0.05% nickel, 0.03% titanium, 0.01% vanadium, 0.02% zirconium, 0.005% iron, and balance aluminum.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Ford has been using boron steel since the early 1930s. It was first used in aircraft construction. At that time it was called "Boron Steel" because it contained boron. In the late 1950s, Ford began to use a new type of steel which had a higher strength and lower density than boron steel. This new material was named by combining the words "high-strength" with "lightweight".
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  • Boron is a mineral that is found in small amounts in the earth's crust. It is used in homeopathy to treat conditions such as arthritis, water retention, and diabetes. Some people also use it to increase their energy levels and improve their moods. https://borates.today/boron-homeopathy/

    Boron has been shown to be effective in treating arthritis. One study found that boron was more effective than a placebo at reducing the symptoms of arthritis. Another study showed that it was helpful at reducing inflammation and improving function in people with arthritis.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is a mineral found in soil, plants, and water. It is used in homeopathy to treat arthritis, cramps, and joint pain. Some people believe that boron can help relieve symptoms of menopause and improve bone health. However, there is no scientific evidence to support these claims.
  • smithjamess221 - There is limited scientific evidence to support the use of boron for any medical condition.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is a mineral that is found in trace amounts in the environment. It is not typically found in homeopathic remedies, but there are a few exceptions. Boron has been used in homeopathy for a variety of purposes, including reducing inflammation and joint pain, treating arthritis, and easing symptoms of menopause.
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  • Boron's intrinsic resistance to electrical current diminishes when it is chilled to 6 kelvin and compressed to 160 gigapascals, transforming it into a superconductive element. Boron's transition temperature and pressure are the temperatures and pressures at which it changes its properties to become a superconductor. When this happens, boron has the same conductivity as copper or aluminium! https://borates.today/boron-superconductive-element/
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  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is a very common element. It is found in many minerals such as boric acid (H3BO3), borate rock salt (Na2O·B2O3·5H2O) and borax (Na2B4O7·10H2O). In nature, boron occurs primarily as boron carbide (B4C), silicate minerals and some metallic compounds.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is also one of the most abundant elements on Earth, but only traces of it can be found in the atmosphere. The rest comes from rocks. For example, the average amount of boron in granite is 1 part per million.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron could be used as a replacement for silicon in semiconductors because it had similar characteristics. It would not react with oxygen like silicon does, so it would not oxidize. This means that it could be used in electronics without being affected by oxidation.
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  • Consider using a Boron coating to prevent your industrial equipment from oxidation. One of the military uses for these compounds is nuclear bombs. Boron fibres are employed in the construction of the bullet-proof vest because they are difficult to penetrate. It is a major metal in the military since it is lightweight and difficult to break, allowing it to be employed as a bullet source, permitting the bullet to pass directly through its target. https://borates.today/boron-nickel-anti-corrosion/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron nitride is a compound of boron and nitrogen. It is a white solid that is insoluble in water but soluble in many organic solvents such as ether, benzene, alcohol, acetone, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, etc. It is thermally stable up to about 500 degrees Celsius. It is used as a lubricant additive, as a catalyst support, and as a refractory filler.
  • drLisatorres - Boron Nitride (BN) is an allotrope of boron that contains nitrogen atoms. It was first observed by E. F. Knott in 1892. It occurs naturally as two polymorphs: hexagonal wurtzite and cubic zinc blende. Its crystal structure consists of layers of boron atoms bonded together by covalent bonds and separated by layers of nitrogen atoms. This arrangement gives rise to strong interlayer bonding between adjacent layers, resulting in very hard crystals.
  • smithjamess221 - The most common use of boron is in glass manufacturing where it is used to produce high quality glass. The other important application is in the production of ceramics. Ceramic materials can be made with or without boron. In some cases, boron will improve the properties of the ceramic material. For example, boron has been added to aluminum oxide to make stronger glazes. Boric acid is also used to treat wood surfaces to reduce fungal growth. Borax is used in making soap and detergents. Borax is also used in the manufacture of explosives.
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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 WWII, the utility of boric acid as a fire retardant began to dwindle. The US Department of Defense created a new type of fire retardant in the 1960s that was more effective than boric acid at suppressing fires. These fire retardants include ammonium-polyphosphate salts, which are more resistant to water than boric acids. These fire retardants have some drawbacks. They couldn't be applied directly to the insulating material. https://borates.today/boron-zinc-borates-fire-retardants/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In the past, borax was mined from mines located around Borrego Springs, California (the largest deposit), and Murrieta, California. Today, mining no longer takes place due to low demand for the product. Instead, borax is produced synthetically by refining sodium metaborate solution, derived from the Bayer process.
  • drLisatorres - Borax is a naturally occurring mineral compound with the formula Na2O·3B2O3·5H2O. Borax occurs in nature as a white or light yellow crystalline solid. It can be found in several locations on Earth, including Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, Uzbekistan, and the USA. Natural deposits of borax exist in many parts of North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Antarctica.
  • smithjamess221 - The use of boric acid as an additive for polymers and plastics dates back to the 1950s. It was first used by DuPont in their Teflon® line of products. Since then it has become one of the most widely used additives for plastic resins. In addition to its use as a flame retardant, boric acid also acts as a stabiliser, plasticiser, and anti-oxidant.
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  • As research into nanotechnology applications has increased, nanoparticles have become the focus of attention for their potential in medication delivery systems. Nanocarriers guarantee that the proper amount of a medicine reaches the right spot at the right time, bypassing obstacles such as acidic stomach pH, liver processing, and enhanced blood circulation. Researchers discovered how cells respond to boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) holding fluorescent sensors or chemicals by monitoring cellular localisation and analysing the in vitro release and biological activity of a medication (Curcumin) packaged in BNNTs. https://borates.today/boron-nitride-biomedical-nanotechnologies/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The term "bioactive" refers to any material with some sort of effect on living organisms. It's not just about drugs. For example, if you put a piece of metal in your mouth, it will affect your teeth. If you put a piece of plastic in your mouth, it may affect your digestive system.
  • drLisatorres - In addition to being used as drug carriers, BNNTs can also be used as biosensors, which are devices that detect specific molecules in the body. These sensors could help doctors identify diseases earlier than they would otherwise.
  • smithjamess221 - The most common type of sensor is an electrochemical one, where a current is generated when the target molecule binds to it. This current is then measured and translated into a signal that indicates whether there is a disease present.
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  • Boron's intrinsic resistance to electrical current evaporates when it is chilled to 6 kelvin and compressed to 160 gigapascals, making it a superconductive element. The temperatures and pressures at which Boron alters its properties to become a superconductor are known as the transition temperature and transition pressure. When this happens, boron's conductivity matches that of copper or aluminium! https://borates.today/boron-superconductive-element/
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron was in the late 1980s, when researchers discovered that Boron could be used to make an ultrafast laser. This was exciting because lasers were then still very expensive
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron had been used by NASA to make their space suits more comfortable. They were using Boron because it has a very low melting point (which makes it easy to mould into complex shapes) and also because it conducts electricity extremely well. This meant that astronauts could wear clothes made from Boron without suffering any electric shocks.
  • jessicaallen33 - "In December 2013, researchers announced they had created a new type of superconductor using boron atoms instead of nitrogen atoms. This discovery could lead to more energy efficient power generation by replacing the need for liquid helium with a less expensive refrigerant."
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  • In terms of bone health, combining fluoride and boron ingestion is preferable to calcium and vitamin D supplementation. The authors of this publication talked about the results of some of their research. They also discussed the prospective applications of boron and fluoride. However, further research is required before it can be recommended for use in the diet. For the time being, their findings support the usage of boron supplements as safe. https://borates.today/boron-fluoride/
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  • smithjamess221 - The researchers studied two groups of rats: one group received water with boric acid added; the other group did not receive any additional boron. After four months, the rats were sacrificed and their skeletons analyzed.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Rats are often used in scientific studies because they are similar to humans in many ways. They have a similar skeletal structure, and they experience the same diseases that we do. This means that if a treatment works in rats, it will probably work in humans.
  • jessicaallen33 - The research team at the University of Bristol has been studying the effects of boron on bones since 2007. Their goal was to determine whether or not boron could help prevent osteoporosis. In order to do so, they used a rat model.
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  • As a reducer in sodium hydrosulfite (Na2S2O4) bleach, sodium borohydride (NaBH4) is employed in the mechanical pulping process. Wood's lignin is decolored by the chemical hydrosulfite. Chemical pulping, on the other hand, almost removes it. Lignin is responsible for the brownish colour of mechanical pulp that hasn't been bleached. A sodium borohydride bleaching agent is used to make high-finish strength paper. It prints well, absorbs ink well, has a brilliant appearance, and yields well. While hydrogen peroxide bleached paper is 10% brighter than comparable goods, it has higher production costs. https://borates.today/boron-paper-mills/ 
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  • smithjamess221 - Borax is most commonly used to treat wood products such as flooring, furniture, plywood, particleboard, and veneers. In addition to its use in treating wood products, borax is also used as a soil conditioner to improve drainage and prevent salt accumulation. When used as a soil conditioners, borax helps plants grow better and resist disease.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Calcium carbonate can cause sheet cockle and increase the cost of making paper. Boric acid also reduces the tendency of the paper to curl. Boric acid is not considered a bleaching agent because it does not break down cellulose fibers. Borax is a naturally occurring mineral compound found in many places around the world. It is mined in several locations including: Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, United States, and Zimbabwe.
  • jessicaallen33 - The use of boric acid as an additive in papermaking processes was first reported in 1885. Boric acid is added to the white water system to reduce the amount of alum needed to precipitate calcium carbonate from the white water.
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  • "We are thrilled to have the backing of the US government in establishing our Fort Cady Integrated Boron Facility," ABR CEO Henri Tausch stated of ABR's Critical Infrastructure classification. https://borates.today/boron-critical-infrastructure/

    The Critical Infrastructure classification from CISA recognises the paucity of new trustworthy sources of boron, as well as its importance in high-end applications. The world is at a crossroads in terms of securing supply chains for crucial future-facing and decarbonization elements, and we're excited to work toward our goal of being a leader in one of these key materials — boron."
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - ABR also works with companies such as NASA to develop boron compounds for space travel. They are currently testing borates for their potential uses in rocket fuel.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In 2018, ABR was named a Top 100 Global Innovator by Fast Company magazine.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - ABR has been working on developing a process to extract boric acid from the waste streams of nuclear power plants. This would allow them to use the waste stream as a source of boron instead of disposing it into landfills or using it as an ingredient in fertilizer.
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  • Deep subduction occurs when the border of an oceanic tectonic plate (about 100 kilometres thick) collapses and the plate sinks into the Earth's deep mantle. https://borates.today/boron-blue-diamonds/

    Boron and other minerals have therefore been carried from the Earth's superficial layers to depths of almost 700 kilometres. The diamonds were then taken to the surface by kimberlite eruptions. Blue diamonds have yet to become a big part of world culture, save from the mythical curse of the Hope Diamond.

    However, as of 2015, the blue diamond has overtaken the yellow diamond as the most sought-after jewel at auction. Hong Kong businessman Joseph Lau bought a 9.75 carat "Zoe" diamond for his daughter Zoe, whom he named it after, in an unexpected decision.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The first known use of the term "diamonds" was in 1540, in reference to the gemstones found on the island of Madagascar. In 1609, the Dutch East India Company established a trading post on the island and began importing large quantities of diamonds. They called them "diamanten", which means "the gems". From there they spread around the world.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The following are examples of borate compounds with their chemical formula, molecular weight, and crystal structure. Boric acid H3BO3 (MW 126.94 g/mol) Tricalcium borate Ca3(B4O7) (MW 526.23 g/mol) Tetracalcium borate Ca4(B6O11) (MW 632.22 g/mol) Tetra calcium borate Ca4(BO3)2 (MW 476.18 g/mol)
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is also found in some gemstones such as aquamarine, chrysoberyl, emeralds, lepidocrocite, morganite, opal, rhodochrosite, ruby, sapphire, spinel, topaz, tourmaline, zoisite, and zeolites.
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  • Boron nutrition maintains the root membranes and ATPase activity operating properly, boosting phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) absorption in the roots, according to studies. Boron is required for mycorrhizal fungi to colonise roots and aids to root phosphorus absorption. In short-term trials with maize plants, root absorption of P and K under low B supply was restored within one hour after adding boron to the growth medium. Experimental evidence also shows that appropriate boron supply is required to reduce aluminium toxicity in plants cultivated in low pH soils. https://borates.today/nitrogen-boron-fertiliser/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Fluoride is toxic to animals at high doses. However, it is not considered harmful to humans when consumed in small amounts.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Fluoride has been used since ancient times to prevent dental caries. It is also used in medicine to treat arthritis, kidney stones, and other diseases.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Fluoride is a natural component of many minerals such as calcium fluoride, sodium fluorides, magnesium fluoride, strontium fluoride, barium fluoride, etc. It is present in all living organisms, including humans. Fluorine is an essential element for human health.
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  • The orient print press [OPS] technique is used to make a neodymium-iron-boron magnet. A ball mill is used to grind a neodymium, iron, and boron alloy into a submicron powder. In a high magnetic field, neodymium, iron, or boron-iron alloys are aligned and compacted into basic blocks. https://borates.today/boron-magnets-prize/

    As a result, the substance melts and solidifies. Furthermore, boron, along with neodymium and iron, is used in the manufacture of these magnets. These alloys are commonly referred to as NdFeB and are extremely effective. They can lift tens of thousands of times their own weight. The market for Nd-Fe-B magnets is expected to be worth $20 billion by the middle of this decade.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition to being an important element in the human diet, it has been found that boron is also useful in various industrial applications.
  • jessicaallen33 - Other researchers reported that the toxicity of fluoride could be attributed to the presence of other elements such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, nickel, cobalt, cadmium, chromium, lead, arsenic, selenium, and molybdenum. It has also been suggested that fluoride might act like aluminum which causes chlorosis in plants.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Numerous studies have been conducted on the effect of fluoride on plants. However, most of them were done under laboratory conditions and only a few were performed at the field level. Some researchers found that fluoride toxicity was not due to the chemical form of fluoride but rather to the concentration of fluoride ion (F−) present in the solution.
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  • The combined consumption of fluoride and boron is better than calcium and vitamin D supplementation in terms of bone health. The writers of this paper discussed the findings of some of their investigations. They also talked about how boron and fluoride may be used in the future. However, further study is needed before it can be suggested for usage in the diet. For the time being, their findings back up the notion that boron supplements are safe to use. https://borates.today/boron-fluoride/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Children need slightly higher amounts: 10 milligrams per day for ages one through three; 12 milligrams per day between four and eight years old; 15 milligrams per day from nine to 13 years old; and 20 milligrams per day at 14 years old and older.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an essential element for humans. It is required for healthy growth and development. In fact, the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for adults is 7 milligrams per day.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron has been found to help prevent osteoporosis. It helps strengthen bones, which makes them less likely to break. This mineral is especially important during pregnancy because it helps the mother develop strong bones. It is also a good way to protect against osteoporosis after menopause.
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  • Boron, unlike other elements, is not created in the big bang, star fusion, or supernovae, but rather via a variety of events. This is how most other elements are made, and few people are aware of Boron's intriguing history. Boron has a long and illustrious history, beginning with its discovery and continuing to the present day. Despite our ignorance, legends regarding this element continue to captivate us. Boron is a highly sought-after element. Boron isn't something we'd expect to see in nature, yet it does occur. Boron has a long history dating back billions of years, even before the Earth was formed. https://borates.today/boron-universe/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - There are only about 100 tons of boric acid produced annually worldwide.
  • jessicaallen33 - It is one of the oldest known elements, having been discovered in 1803. In fact, Boron was first isolated by Sir Humphry Davy (1778 – 1829) who named it "boric acid" after the Greek word for "bear." Boron is also called "the poor man's gold," because it is so rare.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It is one of the oldest known elements on earth. Boron is an essential component of all living things. It is found in the nucleus of every cell in your body. It is also used as a catalyst in many chemical reactions.
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  • The Rio Tinto mining company has been at the center of a great deal of controversy in recent years, with protests and rallies taking place all over the world in an effort to stop the company from destructive mining practices. https://borates.today/rio-lithium-suspended/

    In particular, Rio Tinto has been heavily criticized for its work in Papua New Guinea, where the company is accused of being responsible for massive deforestation, damage to indigenous cultures, and poisoning of water supplies.

    Rio Tinto has also been involved in controversies relating to its operations in Australia and South Africa.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The Rio Tinto mine in Wadi Abu Rumman, Jordan is the site of a protest by local residents. The residents are protesting the company's plans to build a new mine in the area, which they say will damage the environment and contaminate their water supply. They are also protesting what they say is a lack of consultation by RioTinto on its plans for the new mine. RioTinto has denied that it has not consulted with local residents, saying that it has held several meetings with them to discuss its plans.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The controversy over RioTinto's mine highlights the growing tension between economic development and environmental protection. Many people believe that we need to exploit our natural resources in order to grow our economy, while others believe that we need to protect our environment at all costs. This debate is sure to continue into the future.
  • Campbell_Carol - The RioTinto mining company has been in the headlines lately because of a large protest that shut down its operations. The protesters are concerned about the environmental and social impacts of the mine, and they argue that the company is not doing enough to mitigate these impacts. RioTinto insists that it is complying with all regulations and that it is committed to protecting the environment.
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  • This glass-like material has the strength and endurance of fibreglass, thanks to the addition of boron for flame resistance. Boronated Fiberglass is used to offer insulation against high-temperature activities in industrial environments such as boilers and heat exchangers. It also prevents corrosion caused by acidic vapours and fumes, which are prevalent in these circumstances. Boronated Fiberglass has a low thermal conductivity and is resistant to fire damage, therefore it may be utilised to construct protective barriers around equipment without losing performance. https://borates.today/boronated-fiberglass/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an important nutrient for all living things. It is required in small amounts by animals, but not humans. However, boric acid is commonly added to animal feed because it is inexpensive and easy to use.
  • davidgarcia27 - It is necessary for the proper functioning of enzymes involved in photosynthesis, respiration, and other metabolic processes. Boron aids in the formation of chlorophyll, the pigment responsible for green coloration in plants.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is an essential element for plants. Plants require B for growth, development, and reproduction. In fact, most of the elements needed for plant life can only be found in combination with B. Boron helps regulate water balance within the cell.
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  • For many years, borax and kernite have been mined underground. It was the largest underground operation in California when the open-pit mine first opened in 1958. It had a total length of more than 200 kilometres of tunnels. Compared to the open-pit operation, the subterranean operations generated fewer specimens. https://borates.today/town-called-boron/

    The majority of the samples were colemanite crystals discovered after the overburden of alluvial debris had been removed from the deposit's top. The borate ore body's changed cap was then disclosed. Colemanite and ulexite were the most common minerals in the modified cap, which typically included crystal pockets. Other minerals discovered were kurnakovite and inderite, tunellite, and hydroboracite.
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  • drLisatorres - The mining process involved blasting away the overburden with dynamite charges. This created large voids called "pockets" where the ore could accumulate.
  • jessicaallen33 - The average grade of the ore was about 0.7% B2O3. The ore contained small amounts of fluorides (0.01%) and arsenic (0.02%). The ore also contained significant quantities of calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, lead, nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, vanadium, titanium, tungsten, barium, strontium, antimony, chromium, selenium, tellurium, and silicon.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A number of other minerals were found in the orebody including: alunogen, chalcophyllite, fluorapatite, fluorspar, heulandite, hollandite, illite, lepidocrocite, malachite, monazite, natrolite, nesquehonite, pectolite, pyrochlore, rhodochrosite, sideromyrmecite, stannoporphyry, tennantite, thortveitite, willemite, zircon, and zoisite.
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  • Boron provides a number of health advantages. Boron is good for bone growth, osteoarthritis therapy, and muscle growth. It also helps to maintain oestrogen and testosterone levels, boosts strength, and sharpens cognitive skills. In medicines, boron is most typically found in the form of boric acid. It is used to prevent yeast infections in eye drops and medications. Boron is also useful in the prevention and treatment of cancer. Recent studies have discovered that boron is a good wound healing. https://borates.today/boron-wound-care/
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  • drLisatorres - You should also know if there are any other sources of fluoride in their environment. For example, some schools use fluoride supplements to help prevent cavities.
  • jessicaallen33 - If your child has been diagnosed with fluorosis, it is important to find out how much fluoride is in the water supply near them.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The fluoride concentration in drinking water can vary greatly depending on where you live. Some areas are known to have high levels of fluoride in their tap water. This can cause dental problems such as tooth decay or fluorosis.
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  • Between 5,000 and 2000 B.C., gold refining was practised in Egypt. Other traditions claim that the Babylonian goldsmiths employed borax as a metalworking fluid imported from the East. In their work "De Natura Fossilium," Georgius Agricola (1400-1555) and Vanoccio Buringuccio (1480-1538) are said to have stated that Chrysocolla, commonly known as borax, was the fluxing agent for metal refining at the time. https://borates.today/borates-metallurgy/
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  • drLisatorres - In 1806, Sir Humphry Davy discovered the first use of borax as a chemical reagent.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In the 16th century, alchemists began using Borax as an ingredient in medicine. It was used as a diuretic, laxative, emmenagogue, and antiseptic. During this period, it was also used as a treatment for rheumatism, gout, and arthritis.
  • jessicaallen33 - However, it was not until 1742 that the first systematic study of this mineral was undertaken by the English chemist Henry Cavendish.
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  • Boron is only required in trace levels and may not be required in supplement form at all. Boron can be found in adequate amounts in healthy dietary sources. Boron deficiency is quite rare. https://borates.today/boron-vitamins/

    Of all the trace elements your body need, selenium deficiency is the most frequent. Supplementing with selenium can have a significant impact on your health. Boron supplements should only be taken by those who have renal illness, liver disease, diabetes, hypothyroidism (heart disease), high blood pressure, anaemia, or other health problems. The FDA does not suggest using boron products if you are pregnant. Boron supplements should be avoided during pregnancy, according to the FDA.
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  • drLisatorres - Phytoremediation has been used successfully to clean up polluted sites. Plants can remove pollutants from air, water, soil, and even human bodies. This process works best when plants are exposed to pollutants over long periods of time.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In order to get the maximum benefits from this product, it is recommended that you take 3 capsules per day with meals. Take one capsule before breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Do not exceed 4 capsules daily. If you experience any side effects while taking this product, please stop usage immediately and consult your doctor.
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  • Festivals and festivities, as well as military operations and training, commonly include fireworks and pyrotechnics. Barium is the chemical that causes pyrotechnics to glow green, but it is dangerous. Boron carbide can be substituted for barium nitrate to remedy this problem. With its lengthy burn periods and strong light intensity, boron carbide checks all the boxes in pyrotechnics. Adoption raises little issues in terms of toxicity and environmental data. Boron carbide is also less expensive than barium nitrate and is widely available. https://borates.today/boron-fireworks/
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  • drLisatorres - The use of boric acid or borate compounds has been known since ancient times. Boric acid was used as a disinfectant in the Middle Ages. In the 18th century, boric acid was used extensively in toothpaste. It was also used as an antiseptic before penicillin and other antibiotics were discovered. Today, boric acid is still used in mouthwash and denture cleaners. It is also used in the production of glass, ceramics, and cement. Borate minerals are found naturally in many places around the world. They are often associated with volcanic activity
  • jenniferramirez3232 - It has been used in many countries for over a century. Pyrotechnic manufacturers are now using boron carbide instead of barium nitrate.
  • jessicaallen33 - In the United States, there are no federal laws governing the use of fireworks or pyrotechnic displays. However, most states do regulate their use. In addition, some cities restrict the sale of certain types of fireworks.
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  • The Vulcan Deposit Operation is committed to decreasing the carbon footprint of lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles by producing a carbon-neutral lithium hydroxide monohydrate chemical product from a geothermal lithium brine resource in Germany's Upper Rhine Valley. https://borates.today/vulcan-energy-resources/

    The use of lithium compounds in the manufacture of electric car batteries is a critical step. A large quantity of lithium is required to fully electrify our autos utilising lithium-ion batteries. On the current main pathway, the industry would have to emit roughly 1.05 billion tonnes of CO2 to produce the lithium needed to electrify all of the world's passenger vehicles.
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  • Campbell_Carol - In contrast, the Vulcan project will be able to produce enough lithium hydroxide monohydrate for the production of about 2 million battery cells annually while emitting only 0.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year.
  • George851 - Vulcan Energy Resources Ltd., an Australian company with operations in Australia, Canada, China and Germany, has been granted a license for the production of Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate (LHM) at its plant located near Geiselhöringen, Germany. This facility was constructed specifically to meet the needs of the automotive sector.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - This project will provide a new and sustainable source of energy for the German automotive industry. It will also create jobs and reduce emissions.
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  • Boron is an important nutrient that should be provided to the soil on a regular basis. It helps plants utilise other nutrients more effectively while also delivering a variety of critical plant hormones that control growth and development. The importance of boron in increasing absorption has been proven in several research from across the world - albeit there are certain restrictions to its use due to its extensive distribution in agricultural soil or farm fields. After just two seasons, higher levels can considerably enhance crops! https://borates.today/boron-crop-management/
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  • drLisatorres - Borax is a naturally occurring mineral that is used as a fertilizer, insecticide, and fungicide. When used as a fertilizer, it helps to increase the soil's pH level and improve the availability of nutrients to plants. As an insecticide or fungicide, borax helps to kill unwanted pests or fungus and protect plants from further infestation.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - How much borax do I need in gardening?
  • Campbell_Carol - The most common way to apply boron to your garden is through foliar feeding. This method involves applying boron directly to the leaves of the plants using either a spray solution or by soaking them in water containing boric acid. Foliar feeding provides quick results and allows you to target specific areas of the garden. However, it does not provide any long term benefits to the soil as the boron will wash off with rain.
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  • Malnutrition is a condition in which your body lacks the proper balance of vitamins and minerals. Some folks don't receive enough to eat. Malnutrition can occur if you don't consume enough food or don't have the correct combination of vitamins in your diet. Malnutrition may be controlled by raising awareness and teaching people about the many types of malnutrition. It's about knowing what it causes to your body and mind, how to detect it when it happens, and how to get help if you need it. This involves training individuals on healthy nutrition practises so that malnourished people know what foods to eat. https://borates.today/boron-malnutrition-efforts/
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  • drLisatorres - Fruits and vegetables provide lots of different vitamins and minerals. For example: carrots, tomatoes, spinach, broccoli and peppers all contain vitamin A; while peas, beans, pumpkin seeds and oranges are rich in iron.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Nutrition is an important part of life. In fact, it’s one of the most essential aspects of health and wellbeing. Without sufficient nutrients, our bodies cannot function properly. If we are not getting the right amount of nutrients from our meals, then we will lack energy, feel tired and weak, and even experience poor concentration. We also become prone to illnesses like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and other conditions.
  • Campbell_Carol - The first step in preventing malnutrition is to find out whether someone has an actual problem. If they do not have any symptoms, then there is no reason for them to take nutritional supplements. T
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  • Boron is taken up as boric acid and may easily pass through the cell wall membrane. The concentration of boron in a cell is regulated by processes that either pump it into or out of the membrane. In a high-boron environment, the plant may prevent boron from entering the xylem and even pump it out of the plant cells. https://borates.today/boron-farm/

    This modulation of the various transporter pathways can assist plants in dealing with nutrient availability that is either insufficient or excessive. These transporter pathways are critical for getting enough boron into plant tissue, especially in low-boron environments. It's tough to forecast where an issue needs to be solved because of the intricacies of availability and uptake.
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  • drLisatorres - The best way to ensure that your plants get sufficient boron is to apply fertilizer containing boron. Boron is one of the most important nutrients for healthy growth.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is essential for normal growth of most plants. Plants have evolved complex mechanisms to acquire this micronutrient from soil.
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  • Campbell_Carol - In general, symptoms of deficiency include stunted growth, chlorosis (yellowing), and leaf curling. Plants grown under conditions of excess boron will show no visible symptoms. However, if the boron level in the soil drops below 100 ppm, symptoms become apparent. BORON DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS: Stunting, chlorosis, and leaf curling.
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  • Boron is an essential plant nutrient that is found in all soils but at low levels. It’s not something you’ll commonly find on a list of plant nutrients, but it’s important all the same. Boron is required for plant growth and development, and deficiencies can cause some serious problems. https://borates.today/boron-in-coffee/

    Coffee plants are known to uptake boron from the soil, and research suggests that boron levels in coffee beans may be affected by the amount of boron present in the soil. For this reason, it’s important to make sure your coffee plants have access to adequate levels of boron – especially if you are growing them yourself.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Yes, boron is essential for coffee plants. Boron is important for plant growth and development, and it helps regulate many critical processes including water uptake, energy production, and protein synthesis. A lack of boron can lead to reduced yields and smaller fruits. So it's important to make sure that coffee plants have enough boron to thrive. Adding a boron supplement or fertilizer can help ensure that your coffee plants get the nutrients they need.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Excess boron can be harmful to the plant, so growers typically don't add more than necessary.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an essential nutrient for plants, and it's often added to fertilizer mixes. It helps the plant to form cell walls, and it's also necessary for the plant to convert nitrogen from the air into a form that the plant can use. Coffee plants seem to benefit from boron levels that are just slightly higher than what is found in most soils.
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  • According to the Boston Consulting Group, mining businesses that were early adopters of climate change mitigation had a 20% higher valuation than their peers in the lowest quintile. According to a case study, Rio Tinto's attempts to decarbonize operations, identify assets most sensitive to climate change, and plan for demand shifts may all be financially motivated. https://borates.today/rio-tinto-decarboinzation/
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  • smithjamess221 - The US is not alone in its efforts to reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuel extraction. In fact, many countries are taking similar steps as part of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
  • jessicaallen33 - The report also found that companies with the highest carbon intensity (CO2 per dollar of revenue) are more likely to have lower market capitalization than those with lower carbon intensity.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The Paris Agreement is a global agreement on climate change signed by 195 countries and entered into force on 4 November 2016.
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  • Boron is an important element in industry, especially in the semiconductor sector. It absorbs infrared radiation and protects components from overheating thanks to its useful characteristics of decreasing heat exposure damage. As a result, upcoming technologies like superconductors and thermoelectric converters can have high energy densities while still meeting today's efficiency criteria! https://borates.today/boron-infrared-energy-efficiency/
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  • smithjamess221 - These are called BNAs and have many interesting properties. For example, they exhibit both p-type and n-type conductivity depending on their composition. They also show ferromagnetism when they are made into thin films.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is also used for other applications such as lasers, light emitting diodes, and microwave devices. In recent years, researchers have developed new compounds containing boron and phosphorus or arsenic.
  • martinezcharles660 - The use of boron as a dopant in silicon has been known since at least the 1950s. The first commercial application was in solar cells, where it increased cell efficiency by about 5%.
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  • According to the Boston Consulting Group, mining businesses that were early adopters of climate change mitigation had a 20% higher valuation than their peers in the lowest quintile. According to a case study, Rio Tinto's attempts to decarbonize operations, identify assets most sensitive to climate change, and plan for demand shifts may all be financially motivated. https://borates.today/rio-tinto-decarboinzation/
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  • Boron is a vital mineral that may be found naturally in our food supply, and people can use boron pharmaceuticals for treatment. Boron is also used in eye drops, osteoarthritis treatment, muscular development, testosterone stimulation, cognitive enhancement, and strength enhancement. See https://borates.today/boron-pharmaceutical-applications/ for more information.

    Boron is most often found in the form of boric acid, which is used in eye drops and by women to replenish vaginal yeast and prevent skin yeast infections.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is an essential nutrient, and is required for healthy bone growth, muscle contraction, nerve function, and normal metabolism. It is especially important for pregnant women and children.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an element with symbol B and atomic number 5. It has one valence electron, making it a nonmetallic atom. The name “boric” comes from the Latin word “boricus” meaning bitter or sour. In chemistry, boron is known as a metalloid because it has properties similar to metals but does not share all their chemical characteristics.
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  • After much investigation and testing with other elements, Davy determined that Borax should be called Boron since "it resembled Boracium so closely." In 1884, the International Union of Chemistry approved his proposal to rename Borax to Boron. It's worth mentioning that it took three years for Boron to be recognised as an element following its discovery. When Boron became extensively employed, Berzelius' research and Davy's findings were not integrated until much later. It's presently utilised for a number of things, including glass manufacturing and cleaning. https://borates.today/origins-boron/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Borax is one of the most widely used chemicals on earth.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boric acid has been shown to inhibit the growth of certain types of cancer cells while protecting healthy cells. It does this by blocking DNA synthesis.
  • drLisatorres - Borax is also used in detergents, cosmetics, food processing, pharmaceuticals, and even water treatment. The chemical compound boric acid (H3BO3) is used as a dietary supplement because it can help prevent cancer and heart disease.
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  • Swimming pools are ideal for getting some exercise and socialising with friends and family. Swimming pools, on the other hand, require regular upkeep. Keeping your swimming pool clean may appear to be a difficult undertaking, since pool maintenance is not always simple. https://borates.today/boron-pools/

    The use of boric acid and sodium borates can make swimming pool maintenance more easier than it appears. Boric acid and borates are used in swimming pools and spas as pH buffers to boost the water's ability to resist pH shifts. These applications need regular maintenance by a qualified swimming pool technician who understands how to keep the right amounts of both chemicals in order for the advantages to endure longer.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is also used as a fertilizer. It can be found in many different types of plants, including corn, wheat, rice
  • jessicaallen33 - Borate compounds have been used in swimming pools for decades because they are effective at lowering the pH levels of the water. This makes it possible for the water to stay cleaner for an extended period of time. When added to a pool, the borate ion combines with calcium ions to form calcium borate. Calcium borate is insoluble in water, so it settles out of the water column and forms a layer on top of the water. As this layer builds up, it becomes less acidic and helps keep the pool’s water clean longer.
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  • Boron is used in traction motors. The motto of today's global economy is "smarter, better, cheaper, quicker." Organizations are increasingly relying on logistics trucks and mobile robots to optimise operations and do more with less. Manufacturing robotic cars, smart warehousing, materials handling, and telepresence in healthcare are all fast-growing technological sectors. https://borates.today/boron-traction-motors/ Analysts predict that by the end of the year, the worldwide market for autonomous guided vehicles would have surpassed $2 billion. Electric traction and steering technology will be required by the manufacturer to satisfy demand. Installing, operating, and maintaining the assembly should be simple. Electric traction and steering systems perform admirably on all fronts.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The stator has windings made from copper wire or other conductive material, which pass through slots in teeth formed around an iron core. When current flows through the winding, it generates a magnetic field around the iron core. This causes the rotor, which contains one or more permanent magnets, to rotate relative to the stator.
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  • George851 - The electric motor is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical power. It consists of a stationary part called the stator and a rotating part called the rotor.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The electric motor has been around since 1825. It was invented by Michael Faraday, a British scientist who also discovered electromagnetic induction. He first demonstrated it in an electrical machine he called a dynamo.
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  • Boron is a mineral that is beneficial to human health. Some of the health benefits associated with Boron include increased bone density, improved joint health, reduced inflammation, and better regulation of blood sugar levels. https://borates.today/boron-natural-foods/

    Boron is found in many natural foods, including fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. It can also be purchased as a dietary supplement. Those who wish to increase their intake of Boron through food should focus on consuming a variety of whole foods that are high in fiber and low in processed foods. Supplements may be beneficial for those who do not consume enough boron from food sources.

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  • George851 - In addition to its benefits for bone health, boron has also been shown to support cardiovascular health. One study showed that boron supplementation was able to reduce bad LDL cholesterol and increase good HDL cholesterol levels in participants. Boron may also help to improve cognitive function and memory, and has been shown to be effective at preventing arthritic conditions.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is an essential trace mineral that helps the body maintain calcium levels and build strong bones. It also helps the body to use magnesium, copper, and vitamin D, which are all important for healthy bones.
  • davidgarcia27 - Additionally, boron is necessary for the body to utilize vitamin D, magnesium, and calcium. It can be found in plant foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes.
  • jessicaallen33 - Some research suggests that boron may improve joint health, increase mineral density in bones, and enhance brain function.
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  • Borates are utilised in a range of construction projects. It improves the strength of concrete and the fire resistance of mortars and bricks used in the construction of structural walls. Borax is also found in a variety of other items, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, paints, and electroplating solutions. On both sides of every building in the globe, boron-based materials are used. As a result, it has become an indispensable part of modern life. Borax may also be found on the shelves of most supermarket stores. Because it can help with hard water removal. https://borates.today/boron-building-block-urbanization/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boric acid is a natural element that occurs naturally in soil. It helps plants grow better and resist disease. It is often used as a component of fertilizers.
  • smithjamess221 - The Romans were using boric acid for centuries before they discovered that it was useful as a fertilizer.
  • Campbell_Carol - The use of boric acid as a fertilizer dates back to ancient times.
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  • Boron supply is now insufficient to meet global demand. The gap will undoubtedly rise as other countries expand their nuclear power businesses. Policy may help safeguard raw resources like Boron by encouraging recycling and developing alternative energy sources. Boron is a common element that humans encounter on a daily basis. It's used to make glass, borosilicate glass, and porcelain. It's found in detergents, fertilisers, and a range of other products. However, by 2030, demand for this resource is predicted to rise by more than 60%. It's vital to find strategies to conserve as much as possible now, rather than waiting for the situation to worsen later. https://borates.today/boron-powering-decarbonization/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The future of farming is going towards organic and sustainable agriculture. Farmers have already started adopting new techniques, such as aquaponics, to grow crops without using pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Scientists around the world are also working on creating “smart farms” that can optimize crop yield through automation.
  • smithjamess221 - To prevent environmental damage, we must shift our focus from increasing production to reducing consumption.
  • Campbell_Carol - The world’s population is expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050. This means there will be more mouths to feed, which could lead to an increase in food prices. In addition, fossil fuels are being depleted at an alarming rate.
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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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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Unfortunately, Berzelius didn't realise its significance. By 1860, chemists had isolated boron from borax. They knew it was important because they couldn't synthesise it themselves. But it took another 100 years before scientists realised what it could do.
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  • Campbell_Carol - The history of the discovery of boron was described by Sir Humphry Davy in 1808. He noted that boric acid occurs naturally in certain rocks. However, he did not recognise its importance or its role in nature.
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  • In comparison to oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen, there is less data on Boron's medicinal potential. Furthermore, only a few natural Boron-containing compounds are useful as leads for therapeutic molecules. Because of the hazards and the difficulty in manufacturing boron-containing compounds, the medicinal chemistry community has been hesitant to employ Boron. https://borates.today/boron-pharmaceutical-applications/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an essential element found in all living organisms.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron containing compounds that have been shown to be effective against cancer cells. The invention also provides methods for treating or preventing cancer using these compounds.
  • Campbell_Carol - The present invention relates to novel derivatives of 1,2,3-triazole, which have been found to be effective inhibitors of protein tyrosine kinases (PTKs).
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  • Customers desire transportation fuels and automobiles to be carbon-free. They want the power grid to be decarbonized, starting with coal plants. The first step toward a greener energy future will be to decarbonize the power infrastructure. Computers, cellphones, refrigerators, televisions, and other electrical equipment and gadgets are being decarbonized. These goods' decarbonized power sources might be green electricity or renewable resources such as wind turbines and solar cells. https://borates.today/decarbonization-progress/
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  • jessicaallen33 - One step could be to decarbonate industry and agriculture. Industry currently emits about 25 percent of the world's greenhouse gases.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In the United States, residential air conditioning accounts for 8 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. In Europe, the European Union's Energy Efficiency Directive requires member states to reduce their energy consumption across all sectors by 20 percent by 2020.
  • Campbell_Carol - Decarbonize the transportation sector by replacing fossil fuel-powered vehicles with electric ones. This is already happening in some countries, including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, France, Japan, China, India, Russia, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Australia, and New Zealand. Electric cars can run on batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, natural gas, or even ethanol made from corn. Batteries are the most common technology used today.
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  • There are many factors that affect food utilization, including the type of food. https://borates.today/boron-food-utilization/. Some foods are more easily digested and utilized than others. For example, complex carbohydrates such as whole grains are generally harder to digest than simple carbohydrates such as sugar. Secondly, the amount of food: The more food you eat, the more work your digestive system has to do to break it down and extract the nutrients. Thirdly, the time of day: Your body's ability to digest and absorb food changes throughout the day. Food is best digested and absorbed early in the morning, before physical activity. And, lastly the state of your health: Illness or infection can affect your body's ability to digest and absorb food.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - There are a number of factors that can affect how well your body utilizes the food you eat. Some of the most important factors include: - The type of food you eat. Some foods are more easily digested and absorbed than others. For example, complex carbohydrates like whole grains are generally easier to digest than simple carbohydrates like sugars. - The amount of food you eat. Eating too much or too little can both affect how your body absorbs and uses food. - Your digestive health. Poor digestion can lead to problems absorbing nutrients from food. - The time of day you eat. Your body's ability to absorb and use food changes throughout the day, so it's important to time your meals accordingly.
  • jessicaallen33 - There are many factors that affect how well your body uses the food you eat. The most important of these are the type and quality of the food and your individual metabolism. Foods that are high in fiber, protein, and healthy fats are more nutrient-rich and less likely to be stored as fat than foods that are high in sugar or processed carbohydrates. And everyone's metabolism is unique, so what works for one person might not work for another. The best way to figure out which foods are best for you is to experiment and track your results. Keep a food journal to record what you eat and how you feel after eating it, and see if there are any patterns emerging.
  • George851 - There are a number of factors that can affect how well your body utilizes the food you eat. The most important of these are: - The composition of the food (what nutrients it contains) - How well your digestive system works - Your level of physical activity - The environment in which you live (e.g. pollution, stress levels, etc.)
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  • The octet principle is a basic chemistry rule of thumb that asserts main-group elements link in such a way that each atom has eight electrons in its valence shell. It has the same electrical arrangement as noble gases as a result of this. The octet rule does not apply to many reactive intermediates because they are unstable. Carbenes, borane, and free radicals like the methyl radical (CH3), which has an unpaired electron in a non-bonding orbital on the carbon atom and no electron of opposite spin in the same orbital, fall into this category. Lithium (Li), Beryllium (Be), and Boron (B) are central bonding elements that have less than four valence electrons and hence violate the octet rule. Click here to know more https://borates.today/boron-lewis-dot-structure/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Metallic bonds form when there is more than one pair of electrons shared by two or more atoms.
  • drLisatorres - Ionic bonds occur between ions with different charges.
  • smithjamess221 - Covalent bonds form when two atoms share at least one pair of electrons.
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  • Boron is an important nutrient in crop management and should be applied to the soil on a yearly basis. It benefits plants because it assists in the efficient utilisation of other nutrients and offers a variety of essential plant hormones that regulate growth and development. Several studies have shown the usefulness of boron in improving nutrient absorption all around the world since 1943. Because boron is so abundant in the soil, it's usually just sprinkled on the ground before planting. Higher levels can considerably improve yields after a couple of seasons. https://borates.today/boron-agriculture/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It reduces the incidence of diseases like blackleg, rust and mildew.
  • drLisatorres - It also regulates the production of plant hormones.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron is an element which is used for many purposes in agriculture.
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  • Malnutrition happens when you don't eat enough food or your body doesn't have the right balance of nutrients. Some individuals are underweight. Malnutrition occurs when you don't eat enough food or your body doesn't have the right balance of nutrients. For many years, malnutrition has been a major problem all throughout the world. It's practically everywhere, and it may injure anyone at any time. The most common form of malnutrition is anaemia. It adds to mental health issues such as hopelessness and anxiety. Malnutrition causes physical problems such as stunted growth, which has an impact on cognitive abilities. Finding answers to this problem might help to lessen the situation's long-term consequences. https://borates.today/boron-helps-malnutrition-efforts/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boric acid helps to increase haemoglobin levels.
  • drLisatorres - Iron deficiency can be treated with iron supplements.
  • smithjamess221 - Anaemia is caused by lack of iron in the blood.
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  • Boron has an atomic number of 5 and a Lewis Dot Structure of B. As with all elements, a boron consists of a nucleus of protons and neutrons, surrounded by electrons. The electrons orbit the nucleus in shells. In the Lewis Dot Structure for boron, each dot represents one electron. The dots are arranged around the symbol for boron in a specific way to show how many electrons are in each shell. https://borates.today/boron-lewis-dot-structure/
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  • Campbell_Carol - The Boron Lewis Dot Structure is a way of representing the electronic structure of boron atoms. It uses Lewis Dot Symbols to indicate the number of valence electrons surrounding the atom. In this structure, boron has a single bond to each of the three other atoms and therefore has six valence electrons.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron has a Lewis dot structure of 2 dots representing the two electrons in its valence shell. It is nonmetal and has an electronegativity of 2.0 on the Pauling scale.
  • George851 - Boron is unique in that it can form three covalent bonds. In its Lewis dot structure, it has two single bonds and one double bond. The double bond is located between the boron atom and the carbon atom. This makes the boron atom very stable and resistant to chemical reactions.
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  • Consider where people reside and how they move commodities around their communities to prepare for changing weather patterns. During wetter winters, routes may be disrupted or destroyed when roads flood or become impassable. Because there is more water rushing off the snow into rivers and streams, this is the case. Increase emergency response capacity so that local governments can better prepare for excessive temperatures, storms, drought, and wildfires. Climate change is already taking place. Read this https://borates.today/boron-and-climate-risk/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - A warming planet will cause an increase in extreme events such as heat waves, droughts, floods, and fires.
  • drLisatorres - Planning for adaptation means thinking ahead to avoid problems before they occur.
  • smithjamess221 - Local government should play an important role in adapting to climate change.
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  • Lewis structures, also known as Lewis dot formulas or electron dot shapes (LEDs), are diagrams that depict the bonding between atoms and the lone pairs of electrons that may exist within a molecule. Any covalently bonded molecule or coordination compound can have a Lewis structure drawn for it. Gilbert N. Lewis is honoured by the Lewis structure. A Lewis structure is presented for each atom. The chemical symbol also indicates where the molecule is located inside the structure. Lines are drawn between bound atoms (pairs can be substituted for strings). The dots indicate lone pairs of extra electrons that are positioned next to the atoms. In the second phase and afterwards, main component s frequently gain or lose electrons until they reach a (8) electron valence shell electron configuration. Hydrogen (H) can't form bonds with more than two electrons sharing them. Refer this link for more details https://borates.today/boron-lewis-dot-structure/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - They are useful because they help us understand the structure of molecules.
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  • Borax is a natural mineral that has numerous advantages in the soil, including lowering water hardness and increasing moisture retention for better plant growth. Borate-containing fertilisers are also sometimes used as foliar sprays to supplement nitrogen deficiencies in late fall or early spring when air temperatures are too cold for foliage applications but warm enough on the surface of leaves (i.e., 40 degrees Celsius) – though some research suggests that any benefit from this application method may be limited because ammonium ions from urea found in most commercial blends inhibit uptake by leaf cells'. Copper leaching has been successfully prevented by the addition of borate chemicals to compost piles. https://borates.today/boron-micronutrient-plants/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - If you have an established compost pile, adding boric acid every two years will help maintain its effectiveness.
  • drLisatorres - You should add boric acid to your garden at least once per year.
  • smithjamess221 - Boric acid can be added directly to your compost pile to prevent copper from leaching out of it.
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  • Minerals are inorganic compounds that are present in soil and rocks and are necessary for human health. They play an important role in the formation of bone and teeth. They not only keep the body's chemical responses in check, but they also aid in the development of a strong immune system. To maintain a healthy diet, the body need a balanced amount of key minerals. Minerals are often received from our diet. Some are lost or removed during digestion, while others are unlikely to be supplied in sufficient quantities only through diet. Read this article https://borates.today/boron-diet/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - "A balanced diet is essential for your overall health."
  • drLisatorres - Foods rich in iron, calcium, zinc, copper, iodine, magnesium, selenium, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, and potassium are all vital to maintaining good health.
  • jessicaallen33 - The best sources of minerals include whole foods such as fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans, grains, and dairy products.
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  • Clean fuels are an affordable, practical, and frequently harmful alternative to the fossil fuels we now utilise. They don't release any dangerous chemicals into the air or produce poisonous byproducts in our drinking water. Clean fuel is seen as a long-term solution for energy generation. It's crucial since it conserves natural resources while simultaneously lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Solar power, wind power, hydroelectricity, nuclear fission, and geothermal energy are just a few examples of clean energy sources. https://borates.today/clean-fuels-boron/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Nuclear power plants can be safe if they're properly designed.
  • drLisatorres - We need to find alternatives that do not pollute the environment.
  • jessicaallen33 - Hydroelectricity is one of the most environmentally friendly forms of renewable energy.
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  • The process of regulating the pH, which is referred to as alkaline balance, is a crucial aspect in creating a healthy living environment. Boron, a non-metal that when coupled with oxygen generates harmless borates, contributes in the formation of this equilibrium. Boron is a crucial element to keep in mind if you want to maintain your home's pH balanced. It's also beneficial to your health because it's necessary for a range of biological processes, including bone formation, energy metabolism, and cell signalling. According to research, it possesses a variety of qualities that make it a great component of home cleansers, soaps, detergents, and laundry products. It has different properties that make it an excellent component of household cleaners, soaps, detergents, and laundry products. See https://borates.today/boron-alkaline-balancing-nature/ for more information.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Alkalinity is measured by pH scale, where 7 is neutral and less than 7 is acidic. The lower the number, the higher the acidity or alkalinity.
  • smithjamess221 - A weakly acidic solution will be able to neutralize a strong base; whereas a strongly basic solution will have no effect on a weak acid.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Alkalinity refers to the capacity of a solution to neutralize acids.
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  • The amount of boron contained in plant foods is influenced by the soil content and the water in which they are cultivated. Boron levels are low in Brazil, Japan, and the majority of the United States. This is caused to heavy rainfall, which causes boron to be washed out of the soil. Contrary to popular belief, boron concentrations are greater in arid places such as California, sections of Argentina, Chile, and Russia, China, and Peru. Get to know more https://borates.today/boron-in-food/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The best sources of many nutrients are whole foods rather than supplements.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Plant-based diets contain all essential vitamins and minerals that we need for good health.
  • drLisatorres - Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables will ensure you get enough of most nutrients.
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  • Because of its electronegativity, oxygen forms stable chemical bonds with practically all elements. An oxide is a binary compound of oxygen with any other element or set of components. It is depicted as an anion, an O2 (molecular) ion. The periodic table divides the elements into numerous types of groupings. Metal oxides are oxygen compounds with metals, while non-metal oxides are oxygen compounds with non-metals. The oxidation state of oxygen is commonly -2, as in carbon dioxide (CO2), which we are all familiar with. https://borates.today/boron-oxide/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Oxidation is a chemical reaction in which oxygen breaks down products, producing atoms with unpaired electrons. 
  • andrewjackson6626 - What does it mean to be oxidized?
  • drLisatorres - The most common metal oxides are those containing aluminum, silicon and titanium. These three elements have very similar properties: they are hard, brittle and easily oxidized. In fact, these three elements are so similar that they often appear together on the periodic table. They also share another property: they tend to form solid solutions with each other.
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  • Boron is required for the production of heme. One of the goals in supplementation is to provide high doses without incurring toxicity, which can lead to nausea and vomiting. Long-term clinical trials are difficult due to the increased toxicity tolerances seen with boron supplementation. Borax or boric acid are typically used instead for short-term clinical purposes because they are less toxic than triethanolamine glycerin trisodium salt dihydrate, better tasting, and less expensive. https://borates.today/boron-in-food/
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  • George851 - A number of studies suggest that boron’s may play a role in reducing the risk of osteoporosis. One such study found that elderly women who consumed unusually high amounts (87 mg per day) showed increased bone density when compared to those with lower intakes (7 mg per day).
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is an element in the same group as calcium and magnesium and seems to be involved in healthy bone growth and healthy prostate function. Boron also seems to be important for cardiovascular health, regulation of blood sugar levels, prevention of arthritis, and some cancers.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is a trace mineral that plays a key role in calcium retention. If you have calcium, magnesium, and boron deficiencies, then you're highly susceptible to conditions such as arthritis and osteoporosis.
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  • There are a few benefits to increasing the levels of Boron in your reef tank. First, Borates can improve the hardiness and resistance of corals by retarding diatom growth which may have potentially negative effects on coral tissues. Diatoms produce a kind of waste called siliceous opal which builds up over time and will make a reef tank appear cloudy. It can also be used as a pH adjuster for systems with issues maintaining stable water chemistry. https://borates.today/boron-health-coral-reefs/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a mineral that is an important plant element and it also plays a role in protein synthesis. It's well known for facilitating the movement of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals to keep your fish healthy and your aquarium calcium balanced. It can also help reduce metal toxicity in fish tanks by binding to heavy metals such as copper, lead, and zinc before they get absorbed via the gills(so when you do choose to give your fish medicines like liquids, Borax will uptake any excess). These factors tend to make borax one of the most critical supplements for individuals who like keeping saltwater reef tanks or planted freshwater tanks or even freshwater shrimp setups.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron's main function in the body is basically to act as a regulating agent for other compounds like hormones, proteins; hence it plays important roles in vascularization (the ability for blood vessels to grow), nerve conduction (the transmission of impulses through nerves), cell membrane fluidity (proteins on membranes can change their shapes more quickly.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is mainly created by the decomposition of organic matter in the sea. These include dead animals, leaves, and feces which all contain some boron. For that reason, reef tanks started to notice that water changes were no longer replenishing their boron levels because it had already been drawn out by all of these natural processes happening while turning dirt into the rock for instance.
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  • Corrosion is the wearing away of material due to prolonged exposure to some form of environmental condition such as moisture. The corrosive environment can be anything from acid rain and salt spray on metal to highly aggressive organic chemicals on polymers such as PVC or neoprene.

    Coating metals with boron is a means of counteracting the effects of corrosion by shielding them from an environment that causes it. It was first approved commercially for this purpose in 1967 and is now used routinely on many different types and sizes of steel and concrete structures. https://borates.today/boron-nickel-anti-corrosion/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Many countries advocate for boron-coating due to its environmental friendliness towards people and nature - more than 12% of the world's cars are boron-coated already.
  • George851 - Boron is an element found in some foods and water. The surface of some metals occasionally undergoes corrosion, which forms toxic chemicals harmful to the environment. Historically, lead was used to coat these surfaces, but it's environmentally toxic.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is an element that is mined from the earth and used chemically in many ways, including as a structural steel stabilizer. In its natural form, boron resists corrosion from salty or wet conditions. Chemical engineering has been able to apply this same naturally-resisting property onto another material by polishing tiny patches of it down to about an inch square and applying them to the desired location with adhesive glue. This thin surface layer of boron can then protect surfaces for years without reapplication or maintenance on account of high durability.
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  • Natural resources, whether in the form of flora and fauna or minerals and gas, help the inhabitants of a country. Only those who know how to appropriately and sustainably employ such resources will prosper. Mining is the most important factor in every economy's wealth growth. Turkey, which is located in the Mediterranean, is lucky to have considerable mineral deposits such as boron, marble, trona, chromium, and other industrial raw materials, all of which have enormous mining and commercial potential. https://borates.today/boron-eti-maden/
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  • jessicaallen33 - The primary goal of any business should be profit maximization.
  • drLisatorres - There needs to be an increase in research on renewable energy sources.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The government should not give any concessions for mining without first consulting with local communities.
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  • Mining companies who were early adopters of climate change mitigation had a 20% greater valuation than those in the lowest quintile, according to the Boston Consulting Group. Rio Tinto's efforts to decarbonize operations, identify assets most vulnerable to climate change, and plan for demand shifts, according to a case study, are all commercially motivated. https://borates.today/rio-tinto-decarboinzation/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Mining companies will need to adapt to mitigate risks from climate change.
  • drLisatorres - The financial value of mitigating climate change can be significant.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Companies with strong sustainability strategies have higher valuations.
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  • Boron is a potent natural mineral that may be used to treat skin diseases and vision disorders. Boron, for example, serves as an astringent to prevent or cure a skin infection by reducing redness, inflammation, discomfort, and other signals of irritation in those who are experiencing these symptoms. Similarly, some people use it as a natural eyewash to remove germs that might cause sties or other infections by cleaning out their eyes so that no more bacteria can develop inside them. Read more https://borates.today/boron-supplements/
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  • smithjamess221 - boric acid has been known to irritate the eyes, nose, throat, and mouth when ingested in large quantities.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a powerful antioxidant.
  • drLisatorres - Boric acid is commonly used in an eye wash to relieve irritation caused by exposure to substances such as chlorine, sulfur dioxide, coal dust and borate dusts. It also has been used for treatment of ear infections since the late 19th century because it kills the bacteria that are believed to cause these infections. 
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Is boric acid safe if taken orally?
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  • The DACT index is calculated using publicly accessible data from the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). It is based on the performance of market capitalization-weighted share prices. Dividends and capital returns are not included in the DACT index. The many stages of sustainable business are divided into three categories. Tier one is made up of "Leading Innovators," while tier two is made up of "Major Players." All other listed firms that employ sustainability measures in their operations or products are included in the third tier. https://borates.today/clean-tech-index/
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  • drLisatorres - Companies with a high score tend to be more profitable than those with lower scores.
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  • Boron is widely employed in a variety of industrial applications. In today's world, it's vital to comprehend numerous Boron sampling, breakdown, and determination procedures. Boron is essential for plants, animals, and a wide range of industrial uses. At animal tissues, it is found in lesser amounts, around 1 mg B/L. Humans, on the other hand, require it as a micronutrient. Boron deficiency in plants causes stunted growth, reduced production, and even mortality, depending on the degree of the deficiency. It's important to remember that too much Boron is hazardous to living things. Boron is a vital ingredient in steel, glass, and borosilicate glass films, among other industrial applications. In nuclear reaction materials, it is often used as a thermalizing agent. In the semiconductor production industry, it's also used as a dopant for silicon. https://borates.today/boron-determination/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an element with many different forms, including gas, solid, liquid, and plasma.
  • andrewjackson6626 - When we eat food, our bodies absorb about 10% of the boron present in the food.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron can be found in nature in three distinct chemical states: +6, +4, and 0.
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  • Boron Nitride Nanosheets, like nanotubes, are utilised as a reinforcing ingredient in polymers. These Nanosheets give superior thermal conductivity and chemical stability than Boron Nitride Nanotubes, in addition to mechanical strength. Boron Nitride Nanosheets are good additions for polymers and other composites because of their qualities. Because of their high thermal conductivity, which allows for fast heat escape, boron-based composites have the potential to be utilised in the packaging sector. https://borates.today/exciting-applications-boron-nitride/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron Nitride can improve the thermal performance of polymer-matrix composites.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The properties of Boron Nitride can be tailored by changing the type of Boron Nitride or the method of synthesis.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron Nitride is one of the most thermally conductive materials known. It has been used in space applications due to its low weight and high thermal conductivity.
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  • Stunting, tough leaves, and interveinal chlorosis of the leaf blades, as well as purpling on the margins and petioles, are all symptoms of a deficiency. Boron also helps immature flowers or fruits produce fruit when pollen germination does not result in seed formation. It aids in the strengthening of cell walls, resulting in a reduction in cell size. It also reinforces plant structures, making them less vulnerable to wind damage caused by strong winds or freezing temperatures in the winter. https://borates.today/boron-helps-your-garden/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A deficiency will cause stunted growth, reduced fertility, and delayed maturity.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The amount needed varies depending on the type of plant and its stage of growth.
  • drLisatorres - Boron is an essential micronutrient for plants that cannot be synthesized within their own tissues.
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  • Homeopathy is an alternative medical practise that is based on pseudoscience. Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician, invented it in 1796. Homeopaths, the practitioners, believe that any chemical that creates sickness symptoms in healthy people may also cure them. Simulacrum curentur, or "like cures like," is the doctrine. The word "remedy" comes from the word "homoeopathy." Homeopathic dilution is used to create them. The chosen ingredient is next diluted until it is chemically identical to the diluent. Homeopaths may smack and shake the product to get rid of any traces of the original meaning. According to the practitioner, these products can be utilised to treat or cure ailments. https://borates.today/boron-homeopathy/
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  • drLisatorres - Homeopathic medicines have not been shown to work better than placebo.
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  • The atomic number of boron is 5. This indicates that its nucleus has 5 protons. The total of all protons in an atom's nucleus is its atomic number. The sign Z is also used to refer to it. The total number of neutrons in an atom's nucleus is referred to as the neutron number. It's also known as an atom's neutron number. This is the letter N. The atomic mass number is equal to the neutron number plus the atomic number: N+Z=A. For stable elements, there are frequently several stable isotopes. Isotopes are nuclides with same atomic numbers but different neutron counts. The mass numbers of common boron isotopes are 10 and 11. https://borates.today/boron-electron-valence/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Neutron number refers to how many neutrons there are in the nucleus.
  • drLisatorres - A proton is a subatomic particle that carries electric charge and can be found in an atom's nucleus. The B-10 isotope has 10 protons.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - How many protons does a B-10 atom have?
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