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05/27/22 - 04:19 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is a company that mines boron, which is used for making solar cells. The company's products are used in the manufacture of solar cells, and the company has developed a process for making solar cells that is less likely to produce defects. The process involves using a metal belt to coat the solar cell wafers with boron. The metal belt prevents the diffusion of metals into the solar cell wafers and also into the APCVD-layers. The NASDAQ: FEAM process is able to minimize the contamination of the APCVD-layers, and the company is working to further improve the process. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3LWvamO
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  • andrewjackson6626 - This can be achieved by dipping the Si surface in hydrofluoric acid directly before deposition, as well as by RCA cleaning.
  • martinezcharles660 - In order to produce the highest quality solar cells, it is crucial to start with a clean surface.
  • smithjamess221 - The process involves using a metal belt to coat the solar cell wafers with boron.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The company's Boron Ore is used in the production of thin-film solar cells as well as in the production of photovoltaic (PV) cells.
05/26/22 - 03:57 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is a mining company that produces boron, which is used in various industries such as agriculture, automotive, and construction. One of the most common uses for boron is in cleaning products because it helps remove dirt and grime. However, borax can be dangerous if ingested by children or adults. If handled with safety and care, it can be used in a large number of applications including unblocking drains, steam cleaning and garbage disposal. Learn more about the company at https://bit.ly/3t1VS6X
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  • smithjamess221 - NASDAQ: FEAM is the only publicly traded pure-play boron miner and is involved in the production of boric acid, sodium borate decahydrate, and other boron compounds used in various industrial and consumer applications.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Steam washing is an excellent cleaning method, but adding Borax to the solution increases its effectiveness in eliminating dirt and debris.
  • martinezcharles660 - To limit the risk of exposure, keep Borax away from your eyes, nose, and mouth when using it as a cleaning product.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM is committed to producing safe and effective products that can be used in a variety of applications.
05/25/22 - 06:35 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Because of the presence of several local and regional companies, the worldwide high purity boron market is extremely fragmented and competitive. Key players use a variety of marketing techniques, including mergers & acquisitions, expansions, collaborations, and partnerships. NASDAQ: FEAM, a mining firm, has a competitive advantage in delivering boron globally and aspires to become an integrated leader. Know more on https://bit.ly/3sWNsOg
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  • andrewjackson6626 - In addition, leading organisations use new product creation as a strategic way to increase their market presence among consumers.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Key players use a variety of marketing techniques, including mergers & acquisitions, expansions, collaborations, and partnerships. NASDAQ: FEAM is one such boric acid mining company.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The rise of the semiconductor industry, as well as advances in nanomaterial technology, are driving the global high purity boron market.
  • smithjamess221 - Another study on boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) discovered that BNNT microfibrils stay stable at greater temperatures, such as 1000 degrees Celsius.
05/24/22 - 03:53 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The US government continues to tell mining companies that it is committed to securing important minerals such as boron and lithium for EV production and other advanced energy demands, as these industries are expected to grow dramatically over the next decade. The Biden administration is scrutinising domestic supplies of electric battery car metals such as boron and lithium even more closely. NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady asset is a significant and much-needed source of incremental borates supply in the United States, distinguished by its very convenient location for domestic consumption. Read more on https://borates.today/usa-renewable-energies-strategy-boron-lithium/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM's inclusion of lithium carbonate as a key co-product and incremental work stream, as well as severe inflationary pressures on materials, labour, and so on.
  • smithjamess221 - Power is converted to mechanical energy by the electric motor and sent to the wheels. Tesla employs Neodymium magnets to generate power in engines by combining neodymium, iron, and boron to form the Nd2Fe14B tetragonal crystalline structure.
  • martinezcharles660 - NASDAQ: FEAM is now completing the eventual scope of its large-scale boric acid operation under its present management team, as well as the corresponding work stream for lithium carbonate (a significant co-product of its borates activities) and other, less significant co-products.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Any discussion of minerals needed to support electric vehicle manufacture would unavoidably focus on lithium because it is a vital constituent in batteries, but there are other similarly expensive metals used across E.V powertrain production.
05/23/22 - 04:12 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The market for high purity boron is predicted to grow rapidly in the future years, owing to its increasing use as a raw element for atomic reactor control rods and as a catalyst in organic synthesis processes. The major demand driving determinant is the insolubility of high quality boron in water, alcohol, hydrochloric acid, and ether. To meet the growing market demand NASDAQ: FEAM is ready to extract boric acid and supply boron+ advanced materials to numerous sectors with its Fort Cady mine.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - High purity boron is more expensive than conventional boron and is typically sold in powdered form.
  • smithjamess221 - NASDAQ: FEAM's solution mine, which contrasts sharply with Rio Tinto's present open-pit operations at U.S. Borax, located in Southern California.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM is ideally positioned inside the global decarbonization value chain, with a very appealing U.S.-based asset portfolio of essential borates.
  • martinezcharles660 - Emerging trends in the incorporation of nano-materials across numerous sectors are projected to expand the application of high pure boron, which will benefit market growth.
05/22/22 - 01:14 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Hydrogen-boron fusion energy is an interesting potential energy source for transportation and vehicles. There has been much concern in recent years about getting adequate supply of lithium and cobalt for electric vehicles and replacing many of the two billion diesel/petrol vehicles on the road today. As demand for BORON+ in the United States and the rest of the world increases, NASDAQ: FEAM is perfectly positioned to meet this demand.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady site provides access to a nearby, unburdened aquifer with no competing uses, ensuring that the company does not encroach on agricultural water needs.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM's deliberate and staged approach to growing production over time is a prudent and acceptable way of establishing the commercial viability of this procedure at Fort Cady.
  • smithjamess221 - NASDAQ: FEAM will have strategic options with the boric acid acid produced by its ISL mining method at Fort Cady, including the selling of boric acid which is when infused with hydrogen is a source of energy to generate green fuels.
05/21/22 - 03:56 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The United States is increasing its stockpile of rare earth materials including cobalt and lithium. Partly to lessen reliance on China, and partly to develop a rare earth sourcing and distribution strategy. Rare earths are important components of E.V. batteries and decarbonization. NASDAQ: FEAM is ideally positioned within the global decarbonization value chain, with a highly appealing U.S.-based asset portfolio of essential borates and lithium minerals for end use in a variety of legacy and rapidly-growing decarbonization-driven applications.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - In the United States, there is a real and growing sense of urgency to become more informed and, ultimately, more self-reliant.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM will have strategic options with the boric acid produced at Fort Cady via its ISL mining method, including the sale of boric acid to downstream refiners that make boron carbide, which is needed by PMSM manufacturers to make EV motors.
  • martinezcharles660 - According to NASDAQ: FEAM's capacity to become a domestically sourced supplier of vital borates materials is thus a key competitive advantage underlying its position in the North American borates market.
05/20/22 - 05:39 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Our immune system recognises and destroys dangerous things such as viruses and bacteria. Boron is a mineral that our immune system requires to function correctly; without it, the body will be unable to respond to intruders as rapidly. NASDAQ: FEAM intends to become the leading boron provider, with boron being used in a variety of immunity-boosting supplements as well as fruits and vegetables.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - NASDAQ: FEAM is pursuing boron uses in the sectors of renewable energy transition, electric transportation, and food security.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron+ advanced material, which will be supplied by NASDAQ: FEAM, will be used in a variety of health supplements for immunity, arthritis, and osteoporosis.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron shortage causes irregularities in sugar transport, respiration, free radical production, and detoxification, in addition to harming the immunological system.
05/19/22 - 04:25 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron is essential for the survival of plants and animals. This versatile pesticide component is effective against ants, spiders, beetles, moths, cockroaches, and other pests. Because they do not impact the nervous system or irritate the skin, most boron-based insecticides are less hazardous than traditional pesticides. NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady asset is a significant and required source of incremental borates supply in the United States (and perhaps internationally), distinguished by its highly convenient location for domestic application in insecticides. Read more on https://borates.today/boron-based-insecticides/
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  • martinezcharles660 - As the world's largest new conventional boron deposit of NASDAQ: FEAM is  resource grade, boron local supply source
  • smithjamess221 - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady asset is a critical source of additional borates supply in the United States. Most boron-based insecticides do not hurt the skin or affect the nervous system, and they are also more environmentally friendly.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is also colourless and has no odour. As a result, when fruits and vegetables are sprayed with them, they do not affect the environment.
05/13/22 - 06:56 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is currently aiming to complete an updated economic review in 2QCY22, after which it plans to begin construction activities. The company is also building an integrated boron production unit to produce a variety of specialist borates in order to identify the types of products that can be produced, build customer relationships, determine customer requirements, and identify supply chains and potential applications. Production of boron specialty advanced materials will begin in 2HCY22 from its small-scale boron facility.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The primary focus remains on the boron specialty business, as well as current engineering and test work related to improving the solution mine and process, which has the potential to be some of the lowest cost in the market.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM is investigating options for extracting lithium from the Fort Cady integrated boron facility wastewater stream. There are 214k tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent in the Fort Cady Mineral Resource Estimate.
05/08/22 - 02:59 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boric acid has an all-in operating cost of $501.93 per tonne, excluding the sale of SOP as a by-product. SOP manufacture has total operational expenses of $564.67 per tonne, excluding the sale of boric acid as a by-product. Once fully operational, FEAM expects to produce 450,000 tonnes of boric acid and 400,000 tonnes of SOP per year. NASDAQ: FEAM is the owner of Fort Cady, a highly strategic essential mineral asset located in Southern California, which we think is well-positioned to create significant value through monetizing boric acid. Know more about the company at https://bit.ly/3vRNetv
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  • smithjamess221 - Food demand will rise as the population grows wealthier, especially for high-value foods that are particularly vulnerable to boron deficit. In 2021, global agricultural production was estimated to be around 3.42 billion metric tons, up marginally from the previous year.
  • martinezcharles660 - As per MST Access latest report- NASDAQ: FEAM is part of a strategy to diversify supply in a market that requires more boron to meet the long-term demand themes of electrification, decarbonization, and food security.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron demand is increasing in household products and construction materials.
05/06/22 - 01:11 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Rice is a staple food crop that provides more than 20% of the world's daily energy needs to half of the people. It provides 21% of the energy and 15% of the protein needed for humans globally. Rice is farmed predominantly in lowland (puddled-transplanted) and highland environments (rain-fed cultivation without standing water). https://borates.today/boron-rice/

    Rice is grown in many wealthy countries, although it is more common in low and low-middle-income countries, where it accounts for 19% of all cropland. To save water, it is increasingly grown without standing water. Micronutrient deficiencies (particularly Boron) are becoming a more serious concern due to rising wages, labour scarcity, water shortages, and nutrient mining.

    Boron is extremely important for plant health. Its soil deficiency diminishes crop productivity, lowers grain quality, and makes crops more difficult to grow.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron availability to plants is influenced by factors such as pH, alkalinity, organic matter, soil adsorptive capacity, amounts and types of minerals in the soil, soil water content, and etc.
  • martinezcharles660 - Varied plant species have different requirements and reactions to Boron. Monocots, such as rice, have a relatively high requirement for reproductive and vegetative growth for normal pollen and grain development.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is an essential nutrient that is involved in numerous physiological processes in plants. Its major job is to maintain plasma membrane activities and to play a structural role in cell walls.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - In rice-growing areas, boron deficiency has been discovered. Rice that lacks boron is yellowish or white. Pollen germination and changes in cell wall pectin in pollen tubes produce panicle sterility in rice.
05/05/22 - 01:27 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron's important role in the chemical transformation of CO2 into value-added chemicals and fuels has recently gotten a lot of attention, and it's been hailed as a feasible solution to global warming, energy, and environmental issues. https://borates.today/boron-reduces-carbon-dioxide/
    Solar-driven photocatalysis has shown dramatically enhanced activity and selectivities, which are appealing to the scientific and industrial sectors and are comparable to classical thermocatalysis.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - A boron catalyst that self-heats serves as a light harvester, photothermal converter, hydrogen producer, and catalyst all in one.
  • smithjamess221 - When boron particles are irradiated, they heat up to around 378 °C. At this temperature, it reacts with water, forming hydrogen and boron oxides in situ. The boron oxides act as "traps" for CO2 molecules.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The researcher believes that using this widespread photothermic event will improve the performance of catalytic devices. Powdered elemental boron is their favourite material because it absorbs light well and converts it photothermically, allowing it to heat up quickly.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is one of these incredible catalysts that can decrease CO2 in the presence of merely water and light.
05/04/22 - 12:51 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • According to researchers, boron arsenide has the highest theoretical thermal conduction of any chemical, at 2200 W/m/K. To reach such a high value, however, high-quality materials are essential, as faults and impurities severely decrease thermal characteristics.

    Dr. Lv and colleagues at the University of Houston created boron arsenide crystals in 2015, but the material had a thermal conductivity of only 200W/m/K.

    To boost the thermal conductivity of the crystals, researchers have created a new way of growing them. This entails putting boron and arsenic in a chamber with hot and cold zones and moving them from one to the other using various chemicals. https://borates.today/boron-arsenide-thermal-conductive-material/
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  • smithjamess221 - In addition, BAs devices can withstand significantly greater operation power than other typical thermal-management technologies, allowing us to broaden the performance envelope for high-power and high-frequency devices.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - As demonstrated in our recent studies for cooling wide-bandgap high-power electronics, boron arsenide's semiconducting nature provides suitable features and advantages in device fabrication and integration.
  • martinezcharles660 - Among other semiconductors and metals, Boron Arsenide's have the highest thermal conductivity - more than three times the existing commercial benchmark for high thermal conductivity materials (copper or silicon carbide).
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron Arsenide is thus a fantastic new diamond substitute. It is the first known semiconductor with ultrahigh thermal conductivity and a bandgap equivalent to silicon of roughly 1.5 eV, and it could be an effective thermal management material.
05/03/22 - 01:10 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Borophene has a relatively short history. It is a brand-new compound.
    https://borates.today/borophene-graphene/
    Scientists predicted its existence in the 1990s by running computer simulations to explain how boron atoms could form a monolayer. However, it wasn't until 2015 that this one-of-a-kind compound was created through chemical vapour deposition. A heated gas of boron atoms condenses over a cool surface of pure silver in this process.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Because of its adsorption property and large surface area of atomic layer, borophene can store more than 15% of its weight in hydrogen.
  • smithjamess221 - Borophene is more flexible than graphene and has a higher stiffness-to-weight ratio.
  • martinezcharles660 - Borophene is classified as a "proposed crystalline allotrope for boron" or a "crystalline atomic monolayer of boron."
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borophene is a novel new 2D monoatomic material with the strength and flexibility of graphene. It is also less expensive to produce and a better conductor.
05/02/22 - 01:16 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • "Boron in drinking water is not regulated by the federal government, and public drinking water systems are not required to test for it. Boron laws or recommendations range from 0.6 to 1 mg/L in numerous states (California, Florida, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin).

    To find out if your state requires monitoring, contact your drinking water utility or the state drinking water programme. If your state does not mandate monitoring, you can get your water tested by a recognised laboratory to identify comparable substances. Read more on https://borates.today/boron-drinking-water/ "
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Sodium perborate is used as a bleach in detergents. This eventually leads to the development of borate, which is toxic to aquatic vegetation. Borates are utilised as water softeners.
  • smithjamess221 - Borates and boric acids are used to make glass, soaps, detergents, flame retardants, and neutron absorbers for nuclear reactors.
  • martinezcharles660 - The majority of man-made Boron that enters drinking water sources comes from detergents and fertilisers. Man-made Boron inputs to natural settings, on the other hand, are estimated to be smaller than natural Boron inputs.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is obtained from both natural and man-made sources. Boron-containing rocks and soils, volcanoes, saltwater spray, and geothermal conduits all release it into the environment.
05/01/22 - 01:02 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM isn't exactly inexpensive right now, with a market capitalization of $1.084 billion. However, in comparison to what the company provides, it is like they are. The NPV of the Fort Cady project is $2.02 billion, according to the company's most recent DFS.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The cost of boric acid is growing, and it is now worth $1,250. NASDAQ: FEAM's NPV sensitivity study covers boric acid prices up to $975 per ton, raising the overall project NPV from $2.02 billion to $2.632 billion.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Using a P/E ratio of 20, which is on the high side considering NASDAQ: FEAM's growth, a value of $9.06 billion is calculated.
  • smithjamess221 - According to DFS, it creates an even more compelling picture for NASDAQ: FEAM. The business anticipates an annual EBITDA of $453 million when it reaches full production in roughly 2026.
04/29/22 - 01:11 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM has begun work and started construction of its Small-Scale Boron Facility ("SSBF") with a prominent publicly listed full-service contractor in the United States as per latest press release by FEAM. The SSBF is set to go into operation in Q4 2022, making it the first new boron source in the United States in more than 50 years.
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  • martinezcharles660 - The SSBF will also generate jobs in an economically challenged Opportunity Zone in Southern California, as well as strengthen NASDAQ: FEAM's position as a potential producer of vital materials with the US government.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The SSBF's output will be utilised to advance client contracts for boron advanced materials.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM's SSBF corresponds with a U.S. Presidential Executive Order to onshore essential materials focusing on decarbonization.
04/28/22 - 01:21 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Speaking of lithium, following the publication of NASDAQ: FEAM's DFS in September, the firm issued an announcement about the production of lithium as a by-product at the Fort Cady project. Given its technical leadership and business focus on boron, the firm intends to collaborate with a company that can supply direct lithium extraction ("DLE") technology.
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  • martinezcharles660 - The  NASDAQ: FEAM boron project has a significant quantity of lithium. With 40,232 tons of lithium in the resource and a concentration of 324 ppm, this tiny amount of lithium appears to be sufficient to warrant processing.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - @Anderson_Mark2248---- By partnering, NASDAQ: FEAM can keep its emphasis on boron development while letting a capable team to extract additional value from the initiative.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - How will this partnership help NASDAQ: FEAM reach its goals?
04/27/22 - 01:22 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM issued its most current DFS outlining the mine's expected economics. Examining these production forecasts is not as straightforward as it would be for a lithium plant, where just one product is produced (carbonate, hydroxide, or spodumene concentrate). The company is now considering producing a few products. Boric acid and lithium appear to be the most significant, with SOP and gypsum aiming to just marginally increase project economics.
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  • smithjamess221 - NASDAQ: FEAM aims to manufacture 450,000 tons of boric acid and 400,000 tons of SOP each year.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron has a role in SOP since it does not contain any boron. To be clear, SOP is a byproduct of the production of hydrochloric acid ("HCl"), which is utilised by NASDAQ: FEAM in their boron leaching process.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - SOP, or potassium sulphate, is a specialised fertiliser that is used as an alternative to potassium chloride ("MOP") for crops that are sensitive to chlorine or receive little rainfall on a regular basis.
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  • EVs aren't the only cars that use permanent magnets; all new vehicles do to some extent. ABS, as well as locks and windshield wipers, are controlled by permanent magnets. Furthermore, permanent magnets can improve fuel economy by aiding with crankshaft rotation. NASDAQ: FEAM is on track to become the world's leading supplier of boron, which is primarily used in permanent magnets.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Given the huge political and social upswings favoring more EV adoption, NASDAQ: FEAM has been quite positive. With an increasing number of people shifting away from traditional fossil fuels and toward cleaner options such as electric vehicles, this concept will not only continue but accelerate.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Approximately 95% of the boron used in auto/EV manufacture is in the form of derivatives, many of which are valuable, such as high-strength steel (ferro boron/boron carbide), capacitors (ammonium/sodium borate), and permanent magnets (boron carbide/ferro boron).
  • jenniferramirez3232 - With the development of new technologies, there is a need for high-quality and reliable materials. One company that can meet these demands is NASDAQ: FEAM with its ISL mining method at Fort Cady which will generate boric acid. This process has several potential applications including use in permanent magnets or hydrogen fuel cells.
04/25/22 - 03:48 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The global decarbonization value chain is fueled by boron-based polymers such as BNNTs. With their high surface areas, large aspect ratios, and good thermal conductivity these materials are perfect for improving electric vehicle energy storage given that they provide a plethora of legacy use cases in addition to rapid growing applications like permanent magnets which power EV transportation
    The NASDAQ: FEAM stands uniquely positioned within this market because it possesses an attractive US-based asset portfolio that includes borates needed to produce batteries while also holding significant assets related directly to climate change initiatives.
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  • martinezcharles660 - According to researchers, by introducing such BNNTs into the polymers and appropriately designing them for your specific needs you can effectively suppress electrical conduction while maintaining high dielectric properties.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - NASDAQ: FEAM's vertical integration into a downstream refining plant to domestically generate these higher-priced and more lucrative boric acid derivatives for end-use in other new or already-proven applications.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - For years, electric vehicles have been on the rise, and forecasts indicate that this will continue in the future. The worldwide market for electric cars was valued at USD 246.70 billion in 2020.
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  • Boron appears to be on the verge of its own supercycle, with applications in a variety of sectors, some of which are seeing rapid expansion. While the primary EV battery metals have captured much of the attention focused on key minerals, boron has quietly emerged as a vital commodity for the majority of the Western world. Keeping in mind the global borates supply chain's unique and sensitive nature NASDAQ: FEAM obviously emerges as another significant player in the United States' drive to strengthen our domestic supply chains of vital minerals.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Permanent magnets serve an important function in the medical field. This is most typically owing to their use in MRI machines, but they may also be used in procedures to retrieve foreign things from the body.
  • smithjamess221 - The EV market is expected to grow from roughly 6.3 million units sold in 2021 to between 26.8 million and 34.8 million by 2030.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron's application in EVs isn't restricted to permanent magnets. According to NASDAQ: FEAM estimations, different boron compounds account for between 2.5% and 3% of an EV's weight, or between 46 kg and 50 kg.
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  • Boron nitride is also employed as an electrical insulator because of its low electric conductivity, and as crucibles because of its high oxidation temperature and thermal conductivity. Because of its great heat resistance and hardness, the material is also valuable in aircraft applications. To meet the essential mineral requirements NASDAQ: FEAM obviously emerges as another significant player in the United States' drive to strengthen our domestic supply chains of critical materials.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron nitride is a material with unique thermal, electrical, and mechanical properties that make it ideal for a wide range of applications in the electronics, aerospace, and automotive industries.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Unfortunately, the supply of boron nitride has not been able to keep up with this demand, leading to large shortages in many industries. In order to become the global supply leader of this crucial material, NASDAQ: FEAM has been planning to become global borates leader with its Fort Cady boric acid mining project.
  • martinezcharles660 - Due to its many advantageous properties, boron nitride is used in a variety of industries including semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, and Renewable Energy. NASDAQ: FEAM plans to become the global leader in supplying boron advanced materials.
04/21/22 - 03:17 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Continued investment in new borate refineries and rising demand were predicted to drive global output growth in the coming years. NASDAQ:  FEAM is on track to become a global leader in BORON+ advanced materials. Developing a vertically integrated advanced materials firm based on a low-cost, secure input supply, downstream processing capabilities, and blue-chip client relationships.
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  • smithjamess221 - The market for boric acid, which is used in the manufacture of fertilizers and pesticides among other things, has been dominated by a duopolistic structure led by Eti Maden. This company supplies 60%-65% global output from its Turkish facility while Rio Tinto provides an additional 20%-25%.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - With a focus on borates, NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to develop as North America's leader in extraction and production. This company has the potential for long-term downstream refining flexibility with an initial emphasis on producing global boron markets.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The three major uses of boron in an electric vehicle are to make the steel frames, fiberglass composite materials, and magnets used for PMSM motors. All these components play their part greatly contributing towards improving performance!
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  • Boron Tolerable Upper Intake Limits (ULs) were set by the United States Department of Agriculture. This trace mineral is needed in trace levels by the body. For 97.5 percent of healthy persons, these ULs are considered the maximum allowable Boron level.
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    Boron-rich foods supply critical nutrients to humans. It helps to build bones, controls calcium metabolism, raises serum vitamin D levels, promotes wound healing, decreases inflammation, relieves arthritis, plays an important role in sex hormone production, inhibits some forms of cancer, and lowers the risk of prostate and lung cancer.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron supplements may be beneficial to persons who consume a diet low in fruits and vegetables. In most cases, a daily supplement dosage of 3 mg is sufficient.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron-rich foods are essential for regulating the body's metabolism. Boron, even in trace concentrations, can cause considerable weight reduction. Boron appears to be vital in the energy-burning process of body fat.
  • smithjamess221 - While boron-rich dietary supplements offer numerous potential health advantages, they are not for everyone. A deficiency of vitamin D can lead to bone issues such as osteoporosis and rickets.
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  • Boron is necessary for plant development. However, too much might be harmful to plants. It has an impact on cellular activity and transport across membranes.
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    In reality, the permissible range for boron is relatively small, and some ions are harmful to plants. If this occurs, there are several signs of boron toxicity. If the foliage is exposed to too many boron ions, it might become yellow or brown. The plant may eventually lose its leaves prematurely.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is a mineral that humans require. Boron is a mineral that people require to help them create strong bones. Adults should not exceed 3mg per day.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron poisoning can occur if you consume too much of it. Boron consumption can cause several adverse effects, the most prevalent of which are nausea, vomiting, blue stomatitis, and headaches.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron poisoning has diverse effects on different plants. Symptoms vary widely depending on the plant species. Barley and wheat are two critical crops that feed people all around the world.
04/18/22 - 03:36 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The boron market is expected to expand as the energy industry develops.
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    Boron demand is predicted to climb as demand from new and developing industries such as electric cars, high-efficiency wind turbines, and sophisticated solar panels increases. Boron is not precisely a rare earth mineral, but some researchers believe it should be included in this lucrative group.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - North America will have a larger market share for rare earth metals in the future than it does now. The United States' investment in production and product R&D will minimize its reliance on these resources from other nations over time, allowing it to produce new goods more readily.
  • martinezcharles660 - As new technologies are developed, the demand for rare earths and near rare earths such as Boron will expand rapidly. According to the new analysis, the rising demand for rare earth metals in hybrid and electric cars, as well as the trend toward greener energy, may fuel market development.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron is a viable replacement, offering clean and superconductive, energy-efficient benefits while being less expensive and less harmful to the environment.
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  • Boron is commonly utilized in building materials as a strengthening and anticorrosive agent. Boron has an important function in strengthening and anti-fracturing steel welds in steel structures.
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    The most widely utilized chemicals in this context are boron oxide and boron carbide. Metals are widely utilized in the building sector. In the United States alone, the construction sector uses more than 40 million tonnes of steel every year, largely to build buildings.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron-containing filler metal welds consistently generate stronger welds than boron-free filler welds, regardless of whether the base metal is ordinary carbon or boron steel.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Welding is commonly used to construct structural frameworks out of metal components. Steel I-beams, trusses, columns, and footers are welded together to support a building's walls, roofs, and floors.
  • smithjamess221 - Flexible steels that do not fracture yet give high strength are in high demand. Because many welding specialists feel boron's brittle nature might induce fractures, any welding done with it must be done at lower temperatures.
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  • Boron trichloride has the formula BCl3 and is an inorganic chemical. It is a colourless gas that is extremely reactive to water. Boron trichloride is commonly used in chemical synthesis.
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    Boron trichloride has a number of detrimental health consequences and should be treated with caution.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron trichloride is employed in the $200 million dollar sector of semiconductor fabrication in a technique known as plasma etching.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron trichloride is a key raw ingredient in the production of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals, catalysts, boron nitride (BN), and other materials.
  • smithjamess221 - The worldwide boron trichloride sector is extremely concentrated, with just a few nations participating. This chemical is mostly manufactured in the United States, Europe, Japan, and China.
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  • Boron-based polymers, such as BNNTs, have high surface areas, large aspect ratios, and superior thermal conductivities, making them ideal for enhancing electric vehicle energy storage.
    https://borates.today/boron-polymers-ev-storage/
    Electric vehicles have been on the rise for some years, and forecasts indicate that this trend will continue. The worldwide electric vehicle market was valued at USD 246.70 billion in 2020.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Many desired attributes of BNNTs include a broad bandgap, a strong breakdown field, high dielectric constants, and great mechanical properties.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron nitride (BN) nanoparticles have previously been employed for a variety of applications including as lubrication, friction reduction, wear resistance, and thermal management.
  • smithjamess221 - By incorporating such BNNTs into polymers, electrical conduction in the composite may be efficiently reduced while retaining the BNNTs' high dielectric characteristic. This method might pave the way for the development of improved dielectric materials for energy storage.
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  • The legislative and geopolitical foundation on which 5E Advanced Materials, Inc is built is highly encouraging, given the significant political/social tailwinds toward greater EV adoption and renewable power generation, combined with a strong sense of urgency to reduce overseas dependence on numerous strategic materials, such as rare earth, lithium, and borates.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - 5E Advanced Materials domestic production of critical borates materials will allow the U.S to meet its urgent need for onshore strategic/critical future elements.
  • martinezcharles660 - Given its ability to avoid costly and time-consuming overseas shipping costs for North American customers in a highly complicated and fluid global freight/logistics environment, 5E Advanced Materials' ability to become a domestically sourced producer of critical borates materials is a key competitive advantage underpinning its position in the North American borates market.
  • smithjamess221 - The need for on-shoring critical minerals supply is becoming increasingly urgent due to America's significant energy transition in ground transportation. This accounts for 29% of all U.S greenhouse gas emissions, according to recent EPA research published this year (2019).
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  • Russia is the seventh biggest provider of boron to worldwide markets, marginally ahead of Argentina but well behind first-place producer Turkey, which produces over 52% of the global total.
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    While the present Ukraine war is not having a significant influence on borates supply and output in the medium term, the situation must be monitored.
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  • smithjamess221 - Russia's major producer of boric acid is the Russian Bor CJSC Mining Chemical Company. It is also a world leader in the production of boron-containing goods such as boric acid and datolite concentrate.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borate mining, on the other side, has dropped dramatically since the early 1990s, owing to a mix of reasons such as low pricing, greater competition from China and India, and environmental concerns. As a result, the number of mines producing borate products has decreased from over 100 in 1991 to less than 30 now.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron's relevance is growing as a result of the world's rapid depletion of raw material supplies and its application in a range of industries. Boron is largely supplied by Turkey, followed by Chile, China, Bolivia, Germany, Peru, and Russia.
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  • Ceramic glazes are utilised at a rate of 75 to 80 percent in tile manufacture, as opposed to 10-15% for sanitary ware and 5-10% for tableware.
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    In terms of boron consumption, tiles are the most important glazed product. Some borate is used in the glazes of dinnerware, such as china, porcelain, and stoneware. Boron is not authorised in porcelain sanitary ware and vitreous china glazes.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates aid in the reduction of fire times, glass viscosity, and surface tension. As a result, the glaze/enamel matures fast and forms a smooth, uniform surface. Borates help lower glazes' thermal expansion coefficient.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borates are employed in ceramics not only for the aesthetic and preservation of the end product, but also for efficient manufacture.
  • smithjamess221 - Borates can also be added to frits to make them insoluble. The resulting material is finely powdered and combined with water to make a suspension that can then be applied to the substrate. After drying, the substrate is fired to fuse the enamel or glaze to the surface.
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  • Ceramic glazes and enamels are used to decorate ceramic ware, sanitary ware, dinnerware, and tiles. Borates are often utilized in enamels and ceramic glazes.
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    Borates utilized include colemanite, ulexite, and various speciality borates, which give efficient production as well as element protection to the finished products.
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  • martinezcharles660 - The effects of borates on firing times, surface tension and glass viscosity can be seen in this example. The glaze/enamel is easier to work with as it forms a smooth even coat which has been helped by reducing its expansion coefficient too!
  • smithjamess221 - With their ability to inhibit glass formation, borates are a crucial component of many ceramic products. They also have other uses in enamel and glaze materials that give them an additional benefit for efficient production!
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borate compounds are common additives for ceramic glazes and enamels. They can improve the appearance, reduce firing times of these products as well lower surface tension to make them easier on your fragile glassware!
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  • Boron has many forms, including a superior heat conductor and insulator in its hexagonal boron nitride tubes.
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    The structure of these materials makes them useful for multiple applications such as cutting tools or polishing wheels with grit that can be made from cubic Borax mineral powder mixed together to create the perfect texture needed on your surface finishing equipment.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Nanostructured versions of BN, such as BNNT, may absorb and store hydrogen. Because of this feature, boron is competitive with carbon in hydrogen fuel cells and portable hydrogen postproduction.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron nitrides, or BN, contain around 46 percent boron by weight. Because they are isoelectronic with carbon, they can combine to produce variants of the carbon allotropes graphite and diamond. Despite the fact that they share some physical features with carbon counterparts, boron nitrides serve a distinct and significant role in industrial applications.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron advanced materials are essential in a wide variety of industrial applications. They are the toughest produced materials, withstanding extreme temperatures while being more durable and lighter than steel.
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  • Borate chemicals are widely used in chemical processes and paper mill recovery all over the globe. Sodium borohydride is generally utilised in boron paper manufacture to bleach paper during the preparation step.
    https://borates.today/boron-paper-mills/
    Boron is also employed to assist causticising in the form of borax pentahydrate. Borate autocausticization is a cost-cutting process that can assist paper mills in reducing material, recovery, and energy costs.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates compounds are utilised in the paper manufacturing process. Paper mills are complex, needing several procedures to convert wood into paper. The type of wood utilised and the processing options are determined by the ultimate product.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - High-finished strength paper is produced using a sodium borohydride bleaching chemical. It prints well, absorbs ink well, is bright, and has a high yield.
  • smithjamess221 - Paper pulp can be produced from virgin fibre using chemical or mechanical techniques, or from recycled paper. Wood is the principal raw material. The primary source material for recycling is used paper. In rare circumstances, straw, hemp, and cotton can also be utilised.
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  • Food that is fine to consume must be properly stored and consumed within a certain time frame. Other safety concerns include how the food is safeguarded from illness. https://borates.today/boron-food-security-utilization/
    Plant production can be increased by using boron-rich insecticides and boron in agricultural feed. Boron helps plants use other nutrients more effectively, and it also provides several critical plant hormones that regulate growth and development.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron has a major impact on food consumption, mostly through increasing the nutritional content of fertilisers for plant growth development. It also boosts crop output by increasing nitrogen fixation rates in micronutrient-deficient soils.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron-rich insecticides and boron in agricultural feed can increase plant production. Boron helps plants use other nutrients more effectively, and it also provides several critical plant hormones that govern growth and development.
  • smithjamess221 - Internal parasites can develop as a result of poor sanitation, affecting the patient's health and well-being. A diet high in micronutrients, such as boron, can help keep parasites away. The World Health Organization recommends a boron level in drinking water of 2.4 mg/L for health reasons.
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  • Borates are employed as a flux in the production of steel and other nonferrous metals. Borates are used to dissolve metallic oxide contaminants in this capacity. These are then taken out of the slag. Borates can also be utilised as an anti-oxidation cover flux.
    https://borates.today/borates-metallurgy/
    Borates can form associations with metallic oxide pollutants at low enough temperatures. This reduces the loss of valuable metals as well as the wear and tear on melting equipment.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Borates' fluxing usefulness has long been recognised by the glass, ceramic, and other vitreous industries. The similar fluxing process aids in the purification of precious and non-ferrous metals by reducing the melting point of the batch. Borates are a critical component in the metal recovery process.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Potassium pentaborate can be used in fluxes for stainless and other non-ferrous metals to eliminate the glare created by sodium borate.
  • smithjamess221 - Anhydrous borax is used in flux formulations for gold refining to dissolve metallic oxides. It is also used in the gold assaying process as a flux. Depending on the procedure, anhydrous borax is often added to the smelt at a rate of 10-50 percent.
03/28/22 - 03:32 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron steel is widely utilised in the production of agricultural machinery, chemical equipment, food processing machines, and other forms of industrial equipment.
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    Agricultural machinery manufacturers are always striving to enhance the functioning of their products, consequently boosting the quality of service provided to their clients.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron steel does not corrode when exposed to nitric acid solutions. It should be mentioned that single-phase boride layers are more acid-resistant than two-phase boride layers and can withstand the harsh environment with the same thickness of the metal layer.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Because of its great qualities, boron steel is suited for the agricultural business. The material is extremely corrosion, rust, and abrasion resistant. Steel may be used to make a variety of farm machinery and implements.
  • smithjamess221 - Farmers may boost the strength and wear resistance of their working machinery by 2-3 times by utilising Boron steel, which means less time and money is necessary to maintain the appliances.
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  • Borate compounds are commonly used in ceramic glazes and enamels to improve appearance, shorten fire periods, reduce glass viscosity, and lessen surface tension. Borates also improve the finished product's longevity and resilience to chemical or aqueous assaults, as well as its mechanical strength and scratch resistance.
    https://borates.today/borates-ceramics/
    Ceramic glazes are utilised at a rate of 75 to 80 per cent in tile manufacture, as opposed to 10-15% for sanitary ware and 5-10% for tableware. In terms of boron consumption, tiles are the most important glazed product.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates used in glazes and enamels include Colemanite and ulexite, borax pentahydrate and decahydrate, boric acid, and anhydrous borax.
  • smithjamess221 - Borates aid in the reduction of fire times, glass viscosity, and surface tension. As a result, the glaze/enamel matures fast and forms a smooth, uniform surface. Borates help lower glazes' thermal expansion coefficient.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates are used in ceramics not only for the aesthetic and preservation of the finished product but also for efficient production.
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  • Boron will be used as an energy storage medium, demonstrating its potential benefits. Boron has been discovered to minimise power loss during the transfer from locations with high production levels in the context of solar system development. Producing hydrogen or constructing transmission lines consumes a large amount of energy, which can vary between 50 and 60 percent.
    https://borates.today/boron-us-rare-earths/
    Boron power systems, which use fireproof materials, promise to offer emission-free energy from smaller reservoirs than hydrogen.

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  • martinezcharles660 - A boron-inside permanent magnet is the most common generator used in wind turbines. They are employed in offshore turbines due to their high power density and compact size, as well as their great efficiency at all speeds.
  • smithjamess221 - While working towards climate objectives at the product level, lowering the usage of rare earth elements and substituting more friendly alternatives such as boron, innovation and green technologies are being pursued.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron power systems, which use fireproof materials, promise to offer emission-free energy from smaller reservoirs than hydrogen.
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  • Because of its simplicity of manufacturing, availability, and cheap storage costs, boron is a great choice for rocket fuel. It is also an excellent jet fuel additive.
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    Ammonia borane, NH3BH3, is being tested as an alternative to standard carbon-based chemical rocket fuels by scientists at the University of California, Riverside. This might pave the way for carbon-free space launches.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Borosilicates and solid oxidising agents can be kept for an indefinite period of time without deterioration or risk of premature igniting. As a result, these mixes are so stable that they require an igniter to start the reaction.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron carbide has a high combustion enthalpy as well. Boron carbide may be manufactured fast utilising well-known electric furnace processes. It may also be obtained at a minimal cost.
  • smithjamess221 - The bipropellant generates enormous amounts of hot gases in a short period of time by mixing boron and nitrogen. The gases are employed for a wide range of applications, including rocket propulsion.
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  • The horrific sights of the war in Ukraine serve as a vivid reminder of the necessity for protective equipment to reduce injury and casualties among military troops and civilians.
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    Military hardware requires materials that are strong, light, flexible, resilient, and anti-corrosive. Boron is an important substance in bulletproof vests, bulletproof armour, helicopter skins, and aircraft, as well as an anti-corrosive in ammunition.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron carbide ceramics are an important component of the rotor blade for the armed helicopter because they are resistant to wear at high temperatures.
  • martinezcharles660 - Armour composed of boron carbide ceramics is far more comfortable and effective.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron has been employed by military contractors for decades. In recent years, it has mostly been employed as a strengthening addition to produce steel alloys with higher hardness and toughness than ordinary steel.
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  • The boron fibers in aviation are used extensively to repair cracked aluminum aircraft skins because of their thermal properties and anti-corrosive advantages. https://borates.today/boron-fibers-aviation/
    The application was first developed for military planes, but has since been adopted as a standard practice by industries across the country including construction firms who rely heavily on these materials each year.
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  • smithjamess221 - The use of boron in the production of prepreg tapes has allowed for its application on cracked aluminum aircraft skins. Unlike other materials, there is no possibility that this will cause galvanic corrosion because it shares similar thermal expansion rates.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron fibers are a highly specialized form of boron that have been processed to retain their shape and strength. They can be used in many different industries for manufacturing materials with immense compression or tensile properties, making them an excellent choice when striving towards high performance outcomes.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron fiber is a material found in the manufacturing of many things including textiles, construction materials and more. It has high compressive strength as well as tensile strength which makes it perfect for use with rods or sheets because they can withstand pressure.
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  • Meanwhile, malnutrition is wreaking havoc on both poor and developed countries. While stunting (being short for your age) is gradually reducing, more than two billion adults, adolescents, and children are today fat or overweight. The repercussions are severe for public health, national wealth, and the quality of life of individuals and communities. https://borates.today/global-food-dynamics/

    These concerning trends are accompanied by dwindling land availability, increased soil and biodiversity degradation, and increasingly frequent and severe weather events. The FAO has cautioned that the impact of climate change on agriculture exacerbates the issue.
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  • martinezcharles660 - In 2016, the UN General Assembly also agreed upon 169 global priorities known as “global challenges”, including: Climate Change; Gender Equality; Human Rights; Hunger; Migration; Non-communicable Diseases; Poverty Reduction; Substance Abuse; Water and Sanitation; and Youth Unemployment.
  • jessicaallen33 - The UN General Assembly adopted 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs), which aim to end poverty, fight inequality, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. They include targets such as ending poverty, achieving universal primary education, promoting gender equality, providing clean water and sanitation, improving maternal health, combating HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, ensuring healthy lives and well-being for all ages, protecting ecosystems, and building resilient infrastructure.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The World Health Organization estimates that one in three people worldwide suffer from chronic hunger. This includes over 2.5 billion who live in extreme poverty, with less than $1.25 per day to meet their basic needs. In addition, an estimated 1.4 million die each year as a result of undernourishment.
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  • Nutrients required for plant growth Nitrogen (N), one of the primary components of proteins, is important for plant growth and development. Nitrogen is essential for plant development, vigour, colour, and yield. Phosphorus (P) is a vital nutrient for root development and helps plants endure drought conditions. https://borates.today/nitrogen-boron-fertiliser/

    Phosphorus is also required for plant growth and development in a variety of ways, including seed and fruit maturity. Potassium is responsible for photosynthesis in plants (K). When potassium is present, crops are more resistant to lodging, disease, and drought.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Nitrogen deficiency results from insufficient levels of nitrates in the soil. This occurs when there is too little nitrogen available in the soil solution. Nitrate-deficient soils have lower yields than those with adequate supplies of this mineral.
  • jessicaallen33 - Many different types of deficiency exist in agriculture. Deficiencies may be caused by lack of soil fertility, improper fertilization, poor management practices, or the presence of pests.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The nutrients that are most critical for crop production are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. These three elements work together as an integral part of the food chain. The amount of each element needed by a particular crop depends on its specific needs. For example, legumes such as soybeans need large amounts of nitrogen because they fix atmospheric nitrogen into their own bodies through symbiotic bacteria. Other crops, like corn or wheat, do not require as much nitrogen and can use other sources of nitrogen, such as manure.
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  • Food that is safe to eat must be properly kept and consumed within a particular time frame. Other safety considerations concern how the food is safeguarded from illness. Plant production can be increased by using boron-rich insecticides and boron in agricultural feed. Boron helps plants use other nutrients more effectively, and it also provides several critical plant hormones that govern growth and development. If boron is put over fields before planting, greater quantities can function as both a pesticide and a fertiliser, considerably increasing yields after a couple of seasons. https://borates.today/boron-food-security-utilization/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is an essential nutrient for humans. It is one of the most abundant elements on Earth. The human body contains about 10 milligrams (mg) of boron per kilogram (kg). In comparison, the average adult male needs 50 mg/day, while females need 30 mg/day.
  • jessicaallen33 - The human body needs about 10 milligrams (mg) per day, but only 1 mg comes from food.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an essential nutrient for humans, animals, and crops. It's used in many different ways, including as a fertilizer, feed additive, fungicide, herbicide, and insecticide.
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  • Boron must be acknowledged as an essential mineral. https://borates.today/boron-critical-mineral/

    Boron-based atomic clusters are more prevalent than rare-earth metals in many cases.

    Boron is the third most abundant element in the Earth's crust (after oxygen and silicon), therefore it may be found almost anywhere.

    Boron is difficult to extract and mine for commercial reasons, yet it can be found wherever, even if you can't discover it.

    Boron has been used to manufacture glasses, ceramics, fertilisers, washing powders, detergents, and flame retardants for over a century, but it might now be utilised to make rare-earth metals.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The main difference between a metal and a metalloid is that a metal conducts electricity while a metalloid does not. Most metalloids are nonmetallic solids, although some elements such as sulfur or selenium can exist in either liquid or solid forms. Some metalloids are gases at room temperature.
  • jessicaallen33 - A number of elements are classified as metalloids because they do not conduct electricity. These include arsenic, antimony, bismuth, cadmium, indium, germanium, tin, tellurium, and thallium. All of these elements except antimony and thallium have other uses besides being electrical insulators. For example, arsenic is used in glassmaking, antimony is used in pigments and dyes, and tellurium is used in photovoltaic cells.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In chemistry, a metalloid is any chemical compound that contains at least one metallic bond, but does not contain all of the properties of a true metal. Unlike a metal, which has a specific melting point and boiling point, a metalloid will have both of these points. Metals tend to form hard, shiny substances; metalloids tend to form soft, dull substances.
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  • It's essential to eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables to ensure you receive enough Boron. A guide to eating for your immune system is available on SymptomFind, and it recommends legumes, beans, and lentils as rich sources of immuno-boosting Boron. https://borates.today/boron-immune-system/

    Mineral-rich foods include green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, and broccoli, as well as nuts such as almonds. Boron levels are also greater in dried fruit such as raisins and prunes. Boron concentration in plant food might vary depending on the soil and water in which it is produced, therefore location must also be addressed.
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  • martinezcharles660 - There are several ways to increase boron intake. You can supplement with boric acid or borate supplements. If you have an autoimmune disease, talk to your doctor about whether taking boron will help you feel better.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The best way to get more boron into your body is through whole foods like fresh produce, nuts, seeds, and grains. You can also take supplements that contain boron. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of boron is 4 mg per day for adults.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron deficiency can lead to anemia, muscle weakness, fatigue, and low immunity. Symptoms of boron deficiency include: • Fatigue • Muscle weakness • Anemia • Low energy
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  • Apart from their excellent cleaning properties, borates are used in personal care products for the following reasons:. Emulsification using oils or waxes. Stabilization or inhibition of enzymes. Incorporation of foam stabilization. As an Active oxygen carrier (such as perborates). https://borates.today/boron-personal-care/
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  • martinezcharles660 - They can be found in many household cleaners, laundry detergents, dishwasher detergents, shampoos, toothpastes, mouthwashes,
  • andrewjackson6626 - Borates have been used since ancient times to clean and purify water.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borates are also widely used in water treatment processes and industrial applications such as detergents, metal cleaners, textile treatments, paper production, food processing, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, etc.
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  • Boron green cleaning products are gentle, antibacterial, antiallergenic, and sanitary. They cut water use, leave no residue, and are long-lasting. Borax, boric acid, borax pentahydrate, and sodium metaborates are examples of cleaning agents. https://borates.today/boron-green-cleaning/

    Borates offer a variety of beneficial qualities, including stain removal, bleaching, colour control, alkaline buffering, enzyme stabilisation, dye transfer inhibition, and viscosity management. They also soften water and emulsify waxes and oils. They improve surfactant function, serve as a biostat, and aid in the control of bacteria and fungus.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Chlorine is one of the most widely used chemicals on Earth. It is found in tap water, swimming pools, and industrial waste streams. It is also used to disinfect drinking water and kill germs in food processing facilities. It is also used as a pesticide and herbicide.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Bromine is a halogen that has been used since ancient times. It was first discovered by the Romans who named it "bronze" because they believed it made bronze more durable. Today, bromine is still used to make some types of metal stronger, but it can be toxic if ingested or inhaled. It is also used in fire extinguishers, refrigerants, and flame retardants.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an essential element for plants and animals. It's found in many foods, such as grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, meats, fish, eggs, dairy products, and beverages. The body needs boron to maintain healthy bones and teeth. In addition, it helps regulate blood sugar levels, supports immune system health, and promotes hair growth.
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  • There is a trend to lower usage of boron to reduce the volatile amount of boron during TFT-LCD base plate glass manufacturing.  There is a trend to lower usage of boron during TFT-LCD base plate glass manufacturing. Boron is harmless in small amounts, but at levels that may be hazardous to the environment. Although the levels of uranium are low, this element is a significant pollutant that affects the performance of LCD and plasma panels. https://borates.today/boron-flat-panel-displays/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Another approach is to use reverse osmosis. This process involves forcing water through a membrane under high pressure. Uranium can be removed by passing the solution over an adsorbent such as zeolite.
  • jessicaallen33 - The second type of filter uses activated carbon which has been impregnated with sulfuric acid. This material will remove both uranium and other heavy metals. However, it cannot remove radium or thorium.
  • Campbell_Carol - The most common method for removing uranium from water is by using ion exchange resins. The resin removes all types of ions except uranium.
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  • Calcium fructoborate is a potent antioxidant that can protect cells from inflammation and oxidative stress. The supplement may help improve blood lipid levels, prevent arthritis, and complement-cancer therapies. Acute pain in the joints of patients with arthritis can be reduced by consuming a calcium-fructoborate supplement. Its anti-inflammatory properties may even improve the function of the immune system in the long run. https://borates.today/calcium-fructoborate-supplement/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The compound has been used as an ingredient in many foods for decades. It’s also found naturally in fruits such as apples, pears, plums, peaches, nectarines, apricots, cherries, strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, raspberries, mangos, kiwi fruit, and oranges. Fructose is often added to food products because it adds sweetness without adding calories or other nutrients. In fact, fructose is actually more nutritious than glucose. However, when you eat too much fructose, your body converts it into fat. This can lead to weight gain and obesity.
  • jessicaallen33 - The active ingredient in this product is Calcium Fructoborate, which has been used for decades to treat osteoporosis and other bone disorders. It also helps maintain healthy bones and teeth. In addition to its positive effects on the body, it's a great source of dietary fiber, making it an ideal choice for those who want to lose weight or lower their cholesterol.
  • Campbell_Carol - Arthritic conditions are painful and debilitating. They can cause joint stiffness, swelling, and tenderness. In some cases, they can lead to permanent damage if left untreated. There are several medications available to treat arthritic symptoms. However, these drugs often have side effects or are not effective against all types of arthritis. For this reason, many people turn to natural remedies instead.
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  • The magical combination of bioactive glass and boron provides superior wound biomaterial in treatment for patients. Bioactive glass consists of various surface reactive glass-ceramic materials and the original bioactive, 'Bioglass'. Many of the silica-based glasses used in orthopedic applications were unsuitable for soft tissue healing. Researchers at the University of Science and Technology added unique elements to bioactive glasses to promote angiogenesis. https://borates.today/boron-wound-care/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - In humans, boron deficiency leads to osteoporosis. Osteoporotic fractures occur more frequently among older women than men. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (Vol. 54, No. 3) showed that elderly women who consumed less than 10 mg of dietary boron per day had significantly lower bone mineral density than those with higher intakes.
  • jessicaallen33 - In addition to its role in calcium metabolism, boron also plays a critical role in bone development and maintenance. Bovine milk contains approximately 0.5 mg/kg of boron. This amount of boron is sufficient to support normal skeletal development in young animals. However, when boron levels are reduced below this level, osteoporosis results.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is a trace element that promotes bone growth and has been shown to be beneficial in treating diabetic ulcers.
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  • Boron is a mineral that is found in water and soil. It is also present in some pool chemicals. Some people believe that boron can be beneficial to pools, while others believe that it can be harmful. https://borates.today/boron-pools/

    There has been some research on the effects of boron on swimming pools. One study found that adding boron to a pool improved the water's clarity and reduced the amount of algae growth. However, other studies have shown that high levels of boron can be toxic to aquatic life and may cause health problems for swimmers.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Some people add boron to their pool water because they believe it can improve their health. However, there is no scientific evidence that supports this claim.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a mineral that helps regulate the amount of calcium and magnesium in the body. It is also thought to help prevent arthritis and other joint problems.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a mineral that is found in some pools. It is usually not harmful but can cause skin and eye irritation in some people.
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  • Lithium-sulfur (Li–S) batteries have been the talk of the town due to their high energy density and potential capacity. However, challenges arising from the nature of materials, such as the well-known shuttle effect, considerable volume expansion, and insulating nature of sulphur, as well as its low order reduction products, have delayed the use of this technique. Sulfur nanocomposites derived from heteroatom-doped carbon nanostructures are a low-cost and promising approach. There have been few articles on the use of boron and oxygen dual doping in lithium-sulfur batteries, much alone an explanation of the mechanism. https://borates.today/boron-salts-batteries/
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  • George851 - Lithium is used in some types of glassware, including flint glass, barium glass, and lead glass. It is added to glass to reduce the tendency of the glass to shatter when struck by another object. This property is called "frost resistance".
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The most common application of lithium metal is in the production of primary or secondary battery cells. It is also used in coinage metals, where it is alloyed with other elements to increase hardness and ductility.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The development of Li–O2 batteries has attracted attention because they can potentially provide higher specific energies than conventional Li–air batteries. Theoretical calculations show that the formation of Li2 O2 is thermodynamically favorable at moderate temperatures. In addition, Li2 O2 exhibits a lower discharge voltage than Li2 O, which makes it more suitable for applications in rechargeable Li–O2 batteries.
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  • Renewables such as nuclear, wind, and solar have difficulties when it comes to extremely large-scale and long-term energy storage. Fusion Energy from Hydrogen Boron Fusion is the answer. Boron By fusing Hydrogen and Boron-11 with laser technology, Hydrogen Fusion Energy hopes to deliver a new source of clean, safe, and reliable energy. Although hydrogen is the most prevalent element in the universe, Boron-11 accounts for more than 80% of all Boron found in nature, is easily accessible, and is a stable, non-radioactive isotope. https://borates.today/hydrogen-boron-fusion/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron Hydride (H3BO2) is a fuel that can be used in fusion reactors. It has many advantages over other fuels, including high reactivity, low neutron absorption cross section, and high thermal conductivity. The main disadvantage is its very short half life, but this can be overcome by using a breeder reactor.
  • andrewjackson6626 - During this process electricity splits water into oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2). This discovery led to the development of the first practical method of splitting water into its constituent parts.
  • martinezcharles660 - Hydrogen has been used since ancient times for various purposes, including fuel and rocket propellant. It was also used during World War II as an explosive for demolition work. In the early 20th century, it was discovered that hydrogen could be produced from water through electrolysis.
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  • Boron carbide powder has a density of 2.5 g/cc, 99.4 per cent of its theoretical density. It is highly susceptible to thermal shocks because of its crystalline structure. Its chemical structure does not easily change, it does not break in contact with metal. Boron Carbide has a melting and boiling point of 2763 degrees Celsius. https://borates.today/boron-carbide/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron carbide is also used as a catalyst for the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) by polymerization of ethylene glycol and terephtalic acid. PET is widely used for manufacturing bottles and containers.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The most important use of boron carbides are found in the manufacture of glass fibers. Boron carbide is added to molten glass during fiber formation. This process is called "borrowing" or "borrowed-glazing". In this case, the boron carbide acts as a nucleating agent, which makes it possible to obtain a more homogeneous distribution of the silica particles within the glass matrix.
  • martinezcharles660 - It can be used as an additive for steel in order to increase the strength of the material. It also increases the wear resistance of steel. The addition of boron carbide improves machinability of steels.
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  • When an electrolyte solution flows through narrow channels driven by a pressure gradient, new boron-based nanomembranes are discovered to be capable of producing voltage effectively. Siria et al. found boron nitride nanotube membranes capable of producing electricity at a density of several kilowatts per square metre1, and Feng et al. reported a power density as high as 103 kW m2 when employing MoS2 nanomembranes. https://borates.today/boron-hydropower/

    A boron nitride nanotube-based nanofluidic device was built to breach an ultrathin membrane and link two fluid reservoirs. Researchers used this gadget to measure huge, osmotically induced electric currents created by salinity gradients, which outperformed their pressure-driven equivalent by two orders of magnitude. This was owing to the nanotube's interior surface carrying a large surface charge.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - These boron-based nanomembrane devices has important implications for energy storage. The authors say that they can store up to 10 times more energy than conventional batteries because there is no need to chemically change the electrode material. They also claim that boron-based materials could be used in other applications such as sensors or catalysis.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It is significant because it demonstrates that nanoscale materials can produce energy in a way that is not possible with macroscopic devices. It also provides a path toward developing more efficient electrochemical systems for generating electricity from water.
  • martinezcharles660 - The discovery is significant because it demonstrates that nanoscale materials can produce energy in a way that is not possible with macroscopic devices. It also provides a path toward developing more efficient electrochemical systems for generating electricity from water. The work has been published online in Nature Nanotechnology.
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  • A boron issue may be present in coffee plants with dieback and crinkled leaf towards the end or beginning of the wet season. These symptoms might be caused by a reduction in boron absorption from the dry topsoil layers. Due to the reduced availability of soil-boron, symptoms may be more noticeable during flowering or after liming. Boron is often present in coffee, and it aids in the prevention of branch dieback and other issues.https://borates.today/boron-in-coffee/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Harvesting coffee beans involves picking the fruit from the branches. The fruits are then dried and stored in a warehouse before being processed into green coffee. Green coffee is the raw material used to create instant coffee. Once the beans are harvested, they need to be washed to remove any dirt or debris on the surface.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The cultivation of coffee requires a lot of work. It takes about 6 months until the first harvest. During this time, the farmer must make sure that they do not overwork their crop. This will result in poor quality beans. Farmers should ensure that they fertilize the crop regularly. Fertilization ensures that the plant gets all the necessary vitamins and minerals needed to produce healthy beans.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Coffee trees can grow up to 15 feet tall but most are between 5-10 feet high. The tree has an open canopy that allows for good air circulation. Coffee trees have large leaves which allow them to absorb water efficiently. They also have a very dense root system that helps them hold onto nutrients.
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  • Borax comes in a variety of particle sizes, which can be used in skincare products. The formulator can customise the required formulation to meet market demands using the alternatives. The detergents also provide improved pH control. https://borates.today/boron-personal-care/

    Another advantage is that pigments and greasy dirt are removed more efficiently. As a result, borax decahydrate is an effective hand wash component. By forming soluble compounds with calcium ions, borax decahydrate helps water soften fast. Because it's soluble, it also allows for easy cleaning and washing. Borates and borax are mild on the skin yet quite effective in removing grime. Skin sensitizers, on the other hand. Other advantages include the fact that borax is impervious to insect and microbe assaults. Finally, it won't block up your pipes.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Borax is also beneficial when used in soap making. It acts as a stabiliser for lathers and foams. It also improves the quality of the final product. Therefore, if you want to make your own soaps, you should consider using borax. You may even use it to make homemade laundry detergent.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It also works well in cosmetics and personal care. For example, it can be used as a hair conditioner. This is because it softens hair without weighing down the strands. Moreover, it makes hair feel clean and shiny. Borax is also great at preventing dandruff. It does this by keeping scalp dry. It also prevents itching.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The benefits of borax are many. It has been used as a household cleaner since ancient times. In addition, it's widely known for its ability to remove stains from fabrics. However, borax is not only useful for cleaning purposes.
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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/

    Boron, on the other hand, has the unique capacity to damage biological targets, providing medicinal chemists with a new avenue for medication development. There are a variety of novel boron therapies on the market that inhibit biological targets in diverse ways. There is one boron-containing medicine on the market, and numerous others are in various stages of clinical studies. This sort of chemical is predicted to become more common during the next decade.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron can be toxic at high doses, causing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and weakness. At low doses, however, Boron has been shown to have positive effects on health.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The rest of the Boron is found in other tissues, where it serves a number of functions. For example, Boron may be involved in metabolism, immune response, cell signaling, and gene regulation.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an essential trace element found in all living organisms. It is present in many minerals such as silica, phosphate, calcium fluoride, and fluorite. In humans, it is found primarily in bone tissue, but also in red blood cells, liver, kidney, pancreas, brain, skin, hair, nails, and spleen. The body contains about 10 milligrams of Boron per kilogram of body weight. About 2% of this Boron is stored in bone, where it is used by osteoclasts to build bone.
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  • Solar panels catch light and convert it to energy that may be used. Two types of solar cells are used to create the materials. Solar cells' conversion process is determined by the material they are built of. Boron can be added to the surface of a photovoltaic cell to boost its reflectivity, or it can be blended into the structure of solar cells to minimise losses from incident sunlight that doesn't pass through. https://borates.today/boron-future-solar-energy-efficiency/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is used in industry to make glass, ceramics, and polymers. It is also used to manufacture semiconductors (transistors), superconducting magnets, and fiber optics.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The use of boron as an additive to improve the efficiency of solar power generation has been known since at least the 1960's. In this tutorial video we show how boron affects solar cells and other devices.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an essential element for life on Earth. It is found as boric acid (H3BO3), which is one of the main constituents of clay minerals such as montmorillonite.
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  • Electric vehicles are a great way to reduce your carbon impact. Electric cars are more environmentally friendly than traditional automobiles. They are ideal for an environmentally friendly lifestyle because they produce no emissions. It is not a smart idea to utilise fossil fuels to power an electric vehicle since, it will result in more harm than benefit in terms of carbon emission levels. EVs nonetheless produce much fewer GHGs over time than traditional automobiles owing to their efficient use of resources (i.e., less energy is needed each mile). https://borates.today/boron-carbon-footprint/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - There are many different ways to calculate this figure. One method is to determine how much CO2 you emit into the atmosphere every year. Another is to look at the amount of energy used to create all of the goods and services you consume in a given year. Once you know how much carbon dioxide you are emitting, you can work backwards to see how much of that is due to your daily activities.
  • andrewjackson6626 - When buying new clothes, buy secondhand clothing instead of purchasing new items. This helps keep waste down and reduces the number of trips made to landfills.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The first step is to find out what you can do to lower your carbon footprint. If you live alone, you don’t need to worry about driving or flying. If you travel often, try to take public transportation whenever possible. You could also consider carpooling with friends and family members.
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  • Many people are unaware that it is an important aspect of maintaining the health of a reef tank. It aids in the regulation of pH levels. It can keep your animals safe from toxic algae. The presence or absence of boron can reveal the difference in how rapidly corals develop. They also disclose the health and variety of those corals. The shortage of boron can be remedied by adding a calcium carbonate buffer. https://borates.today/boron-health-coral-reefs/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - However, at high temperatures, the reverse occurs.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The boron concentration in the sea varies greatly depending on the season, location, depth, salinity, temperature, etc.
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  • Swimming pools are a great place to get some exercise while socialising with friends and family. Swimming pools, on the other hand, require routine maintenance. Keeping a swimming pool in good shape might be tough, but boric acid and sodium borates can assist. Boric acid and sodium borates are commonly used as pH buffers in swimming pools and spas because they increase the water's capacity to withstand pH changes while also providing a number of other advantages. https://borates.today/boron-pools/

    These applications, on the other hand, need regular maintenance by a competent swimming pool technician who knows how to maintain proper levels of both chemicals in order for their benefits to last longer.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The boron compound, boric acid, is often used as a fertilizer. It is especially helpful when applied to lawns or gardens where it will help prevent diseases. It is also used as a pesticide, herbicide, and fungicide. Boric acid is also used in the production of glass.
  • jessicaallen33 - Borax is used in the manufacture of soap, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, hair conditioner, laundry detergents, dishwashing liquids, floor polish, wood preservatives, insecticides, fungicides, fertilizers, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals. Borax is also used as a food additive. It is added to foods suchas ice cream, bread, cake mixes, cookies, crackers, meat loaf, salad dressings, soups, vegetables, and yogurt.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Borax is an important ingredient in many cleaning products. It is used as a detergent builder and a bleaching agent. It is also useful in making glass cleaner and fabric softener. Borax has been found to be effective against bacteria, fungi, viruses, molds, mildew, algae, and insects. In addition, it helps remove stains from fabrics and surfaces.
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  • A boron-based covalent framework was employed to create boron-doped porous carbon by direct carbonization (COF-5). Boron oxides generated during the carbonization of COF-5 may be readily removed by water treatment, resulting in boron-doped porous carbon. https://borates.today/boron-supercapacitors/

    After that, boron atoms were successfully integrated into the carbon matrix. At 40 mAg -1, supercapacitor electrodes manufactured from boron-doped carbon exhibited a specific capacitance value of 15.3 mFc -2. This electrode has double the value when the current density is the same as the typical activated carbon electrode (6.9 mFc-2). After 10000 charge/discharge cycles, supercapacitors built of boron-doped boron retained 72 percent of their capacitance. The novel boron-doped COF carbon compounds have multifunctional properties and can be employed as energy storage devices.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The electrochemical performance of BGO-graphene hybrid composite was investigated using cyclic voltammetry, galvanostatic charge/discharge measurements and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron oxide doped graphene nanosheets were synthesized via hydrothermal method. Boron doping improved the electrical conductivity of graphene significantly.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The use of plants for the removal of heavy metals from contaminated soils has been studied extensively. However, little attention has been paid to the potential application of plants for the remediation of arsenic (As) contamination.
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  • Due to their hardness, boron alloys and nitrides have a high wear resistance and wear resistance due to their hardness. However, there are substantial drawbacks to utilising this technique. To begin with, the metal becomes rather brittle when used. https://borates.today/boron-steel-machines/

    By adjusting this element, it is possible to apply a certain approach to some aspects. The goal of many producers to guarantee that their goods have a firm foundation for the heat treatment procedure might result in boride layer cracking. It is feasible to avoid the oxidation of the boride layer by following the temperature regime that has been defined for steels of specified grades during the borating process.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The thickness of the boron coatings depends on the current density and time. The thicker the coating, the stronger the effect. If the current density is too high or if the coating is not thick enough, then the boron will dissolve into the electrolyte solution.
  • jessicaallen33 - The most common method of applying boron to metals is through electroplating. Electroplating is an effective way to apply boron to metals because it allows for a uniform distribution of the material. The boron coating on the surface of the metal acts as a barrier against corrosion.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In order to achieve higher strength properties, boron carbide can be added to steel. This addition will also increase the hardness of the alloy.
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  • In general, an ABR US listing can be a very positive development for a company since it can provide access to a large and sophisticated investor base. Additionally, it can often lead to increased media and analyst coverage, which can help to raise the profile of the company and boost its stock price. An ABR US listing is imminent! This means that the company's shares will be traded on the American stock market. The listing is expected to increase the company's visibility and attract new investors. https://borates.today/abr-sec-resources/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Yes, it's true! ABR Inc. is about to be listed on the US stock exchange. This is a very exciting time for our company and we believe that the future is bright for ABR. ABR Inc. is a leading provider of innovative healthcare solutions, and we are committed to providing our customers with best-in-class products and services. Our team of experts is dedicated to creating new and innovative ways to improve the quality of healthcare worldwide, and we believe that our listing on the US stock exchange will help us reach even more people with our message of quality care.
  • davidgarcia27 - ABR has enjoyed success as a private company, but there are concerns that its growth may be stunted without the backing of a major exchange. That said, the company seems confident in its ability to continue expanding and has already announced several new partnerships in preparation for the listing.
  • martinezcharles660 - The upcoming ABR US listing is poised to create a lot of excitement in the market. It's been a long time coming, and investors are eager to see how the company will fare on a larger stage.
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  • When it comes to radiation, one of the most essential things to remember is to limit your exposure. It achieves this by blocking or absorbing gamma rays and neutrons. Boron has an advantage over lead in terms of weight, cost, and availability. It's a metalloid with characteristics similar to silicon and carbon, which makes it ideal for use as a neutron absorber in nuclear reactors since it captures slow-moving neutrons without releasing them or forming radioactive isotopes. https://borates.today/boron-protects-against-radiation/
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  • George851 - Boron is also used in medicine. It can be found in medicines such as sodium borate (used in antiseptic mouthwashes), potassium bromide (used in some medications to treat seizures) and lithium bromide (used to prevent muscle spasms). In addition, boric acid is often used as a food preservative because it helps inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi.
  • smithjamess221 - Fluoride is not removed by boiling water; however, you can boil some foods such as tea, coffee, and cocoa beans. Boiling does not affect the taste of these beverages. You can also try soaking food items like grains and nuts overnight in a solution of baking soda (one teaspoon per quart of water) or vinegar. This will help neutralize the fluoride present in those foods. However, if you are concerned about the safety of drinking fluoridated water, then you should contact your local health department for further information on how to reverse the effects of fluoride.
  • andrewjackson6626 - How can I remove fluoride?
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  • Boron is also involved in the development of plant cells and the formation of cell walls. These are required for optimum plant growth. It can aid in a plant's capacity to endure drought. It keeps the water pressure in its cells up and preserves the structure of the cells so they don't dry up. https://borates.today/boron-vital-role-agriculture/

    This element also ensures that adequate oxygen is delivered into different areas of the leaf during photosynthesis. Furthermore, it ensures that toxins from other elements, such as nitrogen, do not accumulate or cause shortages in another portion of the plant's system. Boron has been shown to have impacts on crops such as potatoes and rice in several studies. When levels are greater than usual, there is a rise in yields.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The flowers are edible, but not recommended due to their high sugar content.
  • martinezcharles660 - The plant can also be used as a source of food. It has been found that it contains about 6% protein, 4% fat, and 3% carbohydrate (in dry weight). This makes it an excellent source of energy.
  • Campbell_Carol - Phytoremediation has been used successfully on a wide variety of soils contaminated with heavy metals like copper (Cu), lead (Pb), arsenic (As) and mercury (Hg). It can also be applied to remove other pollutants such as oil spills or radioactive material. In addition, it has been shown that plants are capable of removing fluoride from water.
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  • Boron-usefulness Carbon's has been demonstrated in several investigations. E. coli and MRSA are among the subjects of these studies (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). These are studies that look at E. coli and MRSA. https://borates.today/boron-carbon-bacteria/

    They produce a variety of outcomes. In the battle against infections, boron carbon plays a role. Boron-Carbon has been shown to be useful in the treatment of disease-causing microorganisms present on plant surfaces. This denotes a novel approach to pest management.

    Boron-Carbon is used to cure problems caused by bacteria that live on plant surfaces naturally. In these circumstances, boron-carbon is frequently employed as an option to treat illnesses like leaf spots and powdery mildew. Traditional eradication treatments, such as insecticides and synthetic fungicides, are difficult to remove.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The Boron atom is a member of the group 15 of the periodic table. It has five electrons in its outer shell; this makes it highly reactive
  • martinezcharles660 - The way that boron works is through the use of a compound called boric acid. It is a chemical element with symbol B, atomic number 5, and atomic mass 11.83. It is found in nature in minerals such as borate rocks, borax, and boracite. Boric acid is a white crystalline solid. It can also be produced synthetically.
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  • Plant disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment are the emphasis of crop management. Weed management, irrigation, and associated technical expertise, as well as soil chemistry, are all part of it. Crop management refers to the process of growing plants. If we didn't have this, we wouldn't be able to feed the world's population. https://borates.today/boron-crop-management/

    Humanity's survival as a species necessitates it. Boron is a mineral that is essential for plant development and health. It is an essential component of plant life and is considered one of the most significant micronutrients. By functioning as cofactor enzymes, which act as catalysts for biological activities, it aids a variety of processes, including leaf production and root growth.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The use of genetically modified organisms (GMO) has been increasing worldwide over the last few decades. This trend has led to concerns regarding their safety and environmental impact. In particular, there is concern about the potential effects of GMOs on human health.
  • martinezcharles660 - In addition, it helps regulate cell division and differentiation. These functions make it necessary for healthy plant growth. Its importance can be seen in the fact that many crops require large amounts of B to grow. For example, wheat requires about 5 g per kg of soil. This means that if there is no B available, the crop will not grow.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is also required for proper bone formation and maintenance.
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  • According to a parallel investigation into Boron nitride Nanotubes, different Boron compounds can make nanomaterials that can change energy. Boron nitride Nanotubes might be utilised to strengthen polymers and plastics, which are lightweight materials. https://borates.today/boron-monosulfide-nanosheets/

    Among the applications being studied include electronics, aeronautical engineering, and optical fibres. Boron Nitride nanotubes have risen in prominence dramatically in recent years. Boron Nitride nanotubes have the potential to boost the viability and economic worth of renewable energy sources like solar.
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  • Campbell_Carol - They also claim that it would help to improve the durability of concrete structures.
  • George851 - The researchers believe that this is because BN nanotubes act as a filler material that increases the strength of the concrete.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The study also found that the use of BN nanotubes as an additive for concrete could reduce the amount of cement needed by up to 20 percent.
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  • Boron is a rare earth mineral with several health benefits. It can be used in nuclear reactors to generate power or as an addition to steel and aluminium alloys to improve their corrosion resistance when exposed to water. As a result, its numerous applications and ongoing technical development make it a profitable alternative. https://borates.today/boron-future-solar-energy-efficiency/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is used in toothpaste to prevent cavities.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron’s ability to act as a neutron absorber makes it useful in nuclear reactors where it helps control the chain reaction within them. It also reduces radiation exposure in patients undergoing radiotherapy.
  • martinezcharles660 - In the past decade, boron has been widely applied in food processing, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. In particular, it has become popular for its anti-cancer properties.
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  • Organoboron compounds have been investigated extensively in chemistry, and some have been evaluated for pressure and corrosion resistance in lubricants and greases. The general features of the solid lubricants H-BN and H3BO3, as well as the several forms of boron-based nano lubricants, are addressed below. Researchers are interested in the lubricity of boric acid as a micro- and colloidal addition in oils. Boron doping in lubricating oil can also help to minimise NOX emissions. https://borates.today/fuel-lubricants-additives/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Sodium tetraborate decahydrate Na2 ·10H2O is a white crystalline compound with a melting point of about 725° C. It is soluble in water, ethanol, methanol, acetone, ethyl acetate, and dimethyl sulfoxide.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boric acid (H3BO3) is a white crystalline powder which is soluble in water and alcohol. Its solubility increases at higher temperatures, but decreases when heated above 100° C. It is insoluble in ether, chloroform, benzene, petroleum ether, naphtha, turpentine, and glacial acetic acid. It is slightly soluble in carbon disulfide.
  • martinezcharles660 - Borax (Na2 ·10B2O3·7H2O) is an important industrial chemical with many uses including use as a component of drilling muds and other fluids. It has been used since ancient times as a mordant in dyeing textiles. In modern times it is mainly used as a fertilizer and insecticide.
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  • The study report focuses on photocatalysts made on boron-based magnesium Tetraboride (MgB4) MXene nanosheets. Standard MXene preparation procedures were employed in this work. A single Mg layer was produced from magnesium dibromide MgB2 to form the novel material. The etching agent was an aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid. The optical, chemical, and structural properties of the material were investigated. https://borates.today/boron-photocatalysis/
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  • Campbell_Carol - They can be used as building blocks for heterostructures. For example, graphene has been combined with MXenes to create composite structures with enhanced electronic properties.
  • jessicaallen33 - MXenes can also act as highly active photoanodes for solar water splitting.
  • martinezcharles660 - MXenes are layered two-dimensional materials with a honeycomb structure composed of BN/C atoms sandwiched between two sheets of X atoms.
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  • Borates can be used as coatings and additives for a variety of applications. Borates can aid enhance wood coatings by being flame retardant, stain resistant, and biostatic. Borates are also reasonably priced and may be used to create high-performance coatings. If zinc borate is used for tannin stain resistance, for example, a separate dry film fungicide, in-can preservative, or in-can corrosion inhibitor is not required. https://borates.today/borates-paints/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boric acid is also effective at reducing surface tension, which improves wetting and adhesion. A typical formulation contains about 0.05% boric acid.
  • jessicaallen33 - In the 1950s, boric acid was added to paints to increase their water repellency. Boric acid is used today primarily as an additive to improve the performance of paint films and other finishes.
  • martinezcharles660 - The use of boric acid (H3BO3) as a coating additive has been known since the early 1900s. The first commercial application was in the 1930s when it was used to prevent rust on metal surfaces.
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  • Boron has a great deal to offer. Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Mount Whitney, and Death Valley are all only a half-day drive away. The oldest trees on the planet, as well as the Bristlecone pine, may be found there. Tourists may learn about boron and its surrounding region, including Edwards Air Force Base, at the Twenty Mule Team Museum, the Borax Visitors Centre, and the Aerospace Museum in Boron. https://borates.today/town-called-boron/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - It offers visitors many recreational opportunities, such as hiking, fishing, horseback riding, golfing, swimming, and camping. There are also several restaurants, motels, and shops.
  • jessicaallen33 - The town of Borrego Springs is located just off Interstate 10 near the Mexican border.
  • martinezcharles660 - According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of, 99% of its land and 1% water.
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  • Boron qubits provide a lot of benefits over silicon qubits. It does, however, mention scaling concerns with current hardware. According to scientists, boron has a high chance of converting from a cutting-edge technology to a mainstream reality within the next decade. It also has the potential to transform quantum computing from a curiosity or laboratory experiment into a completely new way of conducting business. https://borates.today/boron-quantum-computing/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - They are now working on improving this process so that it can be used commercially.
  • jessicaallen33 - The team says it is capable of solving problems in less than one second. This makes it more efficient than traditional computers which take several minutes to solve similar problems.
  • martinezcharles660 - The researchers at MIT say that they have created a quantum computer using beryllium atoms and laser light.
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  • Boron is a mineral that is required in our everyday diet. https://borates.today/boron-diet/ Boron is a trace mineral that may be found in a variety of foods, including fruits and vegetables, nuts, legumes, and some meats.

    It can also be detected in drinking water at values of 0.1 to 0 mg/L. Boron is also used in plant fertilisers and as a bone-strengthening meal, making it a good source of the mineral in the human diet.

    Boron deficiency symptoms include brittle fingernails, hair loss, muscular weakness, joint discomfort, and reduced immunological function. Supplements may be the answer to help you get back on track.

    Boron is commonly consumed as borax, boric acid, or a boron citrate supplement by people who want to incorporate it into their daily diet.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron is an essential nutrient for humans. It helps with healthy bones and teeth, immune system function, and blood sugar regulation. It’s also beneficial for skin health. In fact, boron has been shown to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • jessicaallen33 - What are the benefits of taking boron?
  • Campbell_Carol - Foods containing Boron Vegetables – Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, lettuce, peas, spinach, turnip greens, tomatoes, radishes, carrots, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, zucchini, eggplant, beans, lentils, soybeans,
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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. https://borates.today/boron-universe/

    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.
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  • smithjamess221 - Boric Acid is also used in toothpaste. Toothpaste containing boric acid can help to prevent cavities.
  • jessicaallen33 - The first known use of boric acid dates back to ancient Egypt, where they used it as an antiseptic for wounds. In fact, boric acid is still used today as a topical treatment for cuts, scrapes, and burns. It also helps to prevent infection when taken internally.
  • Campbell_Carol - The history of boron begins with its discovery. The first recorded reference to boron comes from ancient China. In 1040 AD, Chinese scientist Shen Kuo (1031-1095) discovered boric acid while trying to purify mercury. He noted that the compound had an unpleasant odor. It wasn't until 1803 when English chemist Humphrey Davy isolated boric acid.
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  • Silly Putty is a product that many of us remember playing with as kids, but we had no idea that Boron is the secret element that makes it function. https://borates.today/silly-putty/

    Silly Putty is a molecular engineering project that is extremely intricate and advanced. Boron cross-links provide it with the important feature of being elastic on short time scales but inelastic on long time scales. Here's how Silly Putty came to be discovered, as well as some of its other purposes outside being a toy.
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  • smithjamess221 - In 1938, two chemists named Leo Hendrik Baekeland and Charles Goodyear were working at DuPont when they noticed that certain compounds would solidify into rubber-like materials if heated. They called this new substance "plasti" because it was pliable like plastic.
  • jessicaallen33 - The name silly putty was given to a type of clay by accident. It was first used in 1837 as an adhesive for plaster casts, and was called "plaster of Paris." In 1841 it became known as "putty," which stuck because it could be molded into any shape.
  • Campbell_Carol - How did the name "silly putty" come?
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  • Boron is also involved in the development of plant cells and the formation of cell walls. These are required for optimum plant growth. It can aid in a plant's capacity to endure drought. It keeps the water pressure in its cells up and preserves the structure of the cells so they don't dry up.
    This element also ensures that adequate oxygen is delivered into different areas of the leaf during photosynthesis. Furthermore, it ensures that toxins from other elements, such as nitrogen, do not accumulate or cause shortages in another portion of the plant's system. Boron has been shown to have impacts on crops such as potatoes and rice in several studies. https://borates.today/boron-vital-role-agriculture/
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  • martinezcharles660 - If you want to add this mineral to your garden, use an organic fertilizer. You can buy it at most nurseries.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It is important to know that boron does not need to be added to soil to grow plants. Plants will take it from the air.
  • smithjamess221 - The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that about 1 billion people worldwide suffer from malnutrition. Malnutrition is defined by WHO as "a state of nutrition where an individual does not receive enough food energy or nutrients to maintain normal body functions".
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  • Boric acid is a fire retardant that may be found in a variety of materials, including rubber, textiles, and plastics. When crushed or powdered, it decomposes into boron oxide and metaboric acid. Boric acid is white in powder form because it has a strong attraction for water molecules. This makes it ideal for manufacturing fire-retardant foams, as the foam may be generated simply by dissolving Boric Acid in water and adding no additional chemicals. Changing the pH of solids such as mud glue or spray-on coatings might cause them to solidify again, ensuring that they do not lose their function after coming into contact with air. https://borates.today/boron-zinc-borates-fire-retardants/
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  • smithjamess221 - It is also used in some types of flooring (e.g., vinyl tile) and other building products.
  • Campbell_Carol - The most common use of boric acid is as an additive in polyurethane foams used in mattresses and upholstered furniture.
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  • The globe is in the midst of an environmental disaster, and it is up to us as a collective human species to find answers. Some individuals believe that climate change isn't happening, while others fear that our world is doomed; nonetheless, one thing remains true: the Earth has been warming over time, with severe implications that might become permanent if something serious isn't done soon! https://borates.today/boron-and-climate-risk/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Climate change refers to any long term trend or pattern of weather conditions on earth. The main causes of climate change are greenhouse gases (GHG), which result when fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas are burned. This causes atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations to rise, resulting in increased temperatures and changes in precipitation patterns.
  • smithjamess221 - What is Climate Change?
  • Campbell_Carol - The global population is currently at 7 billion people. By 2050, this number will have increased by another 2.5 billion people. This increase could lead to many problems for humanity, especially when it comes to food production.
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  • Boron-based semiconductors It's critical in semiconductors. It functions as a dopant, assisting in the modulation of electrical properties. It has the capacity to increase the electrical conductivity of an insulator. In some materials, such as gallium arsenide, boron permits electrons to operate as massless particles. Boron acts as an addition to polymers, increasing their dielectric strength. Capacitors, wire insulation layers, and sealing gaskets are just a few examples. Learn about the importance of boron in modern materials. https://borates.today/boron-value-advanced-materials/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a trace element that occurs naturally in many foods. It has been used for thousands of years as an ingredient in food and medicine. Today, boric acid is used to treat fungal infections, such as athlete’
  • smithjamess221 - What are the Benefits of using Boron?
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  • The market for body washes and shower gels has increased significantly, although conventional bar soaps remain the market leaders. https://borates.today/boron-personal-care/ The yearly global sales of bar and liquid soaps are estimated to be over $2 billion. Powdered hand soaps account for a considerable portion of the industrial hand cleaning industry. These soaps assist in the removal of medium to heavy soils that occur in industrial settings. Borax is used as a high-grade soap and a soluble scrubber. Borates can also be found in bath salts.
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  • jessicaallen33 - The main use of borax today is as a laundry additive. Borax is added to washing machines at about 0.5% concentration.
  • Campbell_Carol - Borax is a naturally occurring mineral compound with chemical formula NaBO2·10H2O. Borax occurs naturally in many places around the world including Australia, Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, United States, and Venezuela.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is an essential trace element that is required by plants and animals to support healthy growth and development. It also helps to maintain bone density and promote normal blood clotting.
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  • The Vulcan Resource Operation organisation is dedicated to reducing the carbon footprint of lithium-ion batteries for electric cars by generating 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 usage of lithium compounds in the creation of electric car batteries is a crucial part of the process. To fully electrify our automobiles using lithium-ion batteries, a vast amount of lithium is necessary. To generate the lithium needed to electrify all of the world's passenger vehicles on the present primary pathway, the industry would have to release around 1.05 billion tonnes of CO2.
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  • jessicaallen33 - In order to reduce this figure, the Vulcan Resource Organisation has developed an innovative approach that will use a naturally occurring geothermal brine as a source of lithium.
  • Campbell_Carol - This will enable the production of high quality battery grade chemicals such as Lithium Carbonate, which can then be used to produce high performance rechargeable lithium ion batteries.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - A key component of this project will be the development and commercialisation of an innovative technology that enables the production of high purity LiOH (lithium hydroxide) at low cost and with minimal environmental impact.
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  • Boron's propensity to bond more firmly with CO2 is the most important function it plays in decarbonization. "Decarbonizing" is a term used to describe the process of absorbing CO emissions. The purposeful removal or decrease of a chemical element from an entity, especially when done with intent. Boron isn't just found in nature. Companies like Dow Chemical Company and Hexion Specialty Chemicals Incorporated, however, make it synthetically (commonly known as HSC). These two are focusing on creating novel boronate compound manufacturing technology. Many commercial applications exist for these chemicals, including boron-containing organic compounds. It also helps with decarbonization by attaching to CO more strongly than other elements. Click here to know more https://borates.today/decarbonization-magic-ingredient-boron/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Their goal is to develop a method that will allow them to produce boric acid at up to $0.50 per pound. This would mean they could sell their product for less than half of what it currently sells for. They hope this will help increase demand for their products and reduce the price of boric acid.
  • Campbell_Carol - Hexion has been working on developing new ways to create boronates since 2006. They have developed several innovative methods that allow them to produce boronates at lower costs than traditional methods
  • jenniferramirez3232 - CO2 absorption is one of the main methods of removing carbon dioxide from flue gas. In this method, a solution containing a metal salt reacts with carbon dioxide to form a solid precipitate that can be separated from the gas stream. This reaction is exothermic, so heat must be removed from the system to prevent overheating.
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  • Tincalconite is a secondary mineral that occurs as a dehydration product of borax. It is a hydrous sodium borate mineral that is closely linked to borax. Na2B4O7H2O or Na2[B4O5(OH)4]3H2O is its formula. https://borates.today/boron-minerals/ Tincalconite is a fine-grained white powder that is found in nature. It crystallises as primary euhedral di-rhombohedral, pseudo-octahedral crystals in the hexagonal crystal system. It can also be found as a pseudomorph, where it takes the place of borax crystals. It has a specific gravity of 1.88 and a hardness of 2 on the Mohs scale. While most tincalconite is made by exposing borax to dry air, it can sometimes be found naturally, such as at Searles Lake, California, where it was originally discovered in 1878. It has been recorded in Argentina, Italy, Turkey, and Ukraine, in addition to various California and Nevada sites.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Tincalcite is used in the manufacture of glass and ceramics. It can also be used as an abrasive material.
  • smithjamess221 - The name “tincal” comes from the Spanish word for copper, which refers to the colour of the ore.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The first known occurrence of tincalcinite was at Searles Lake, near San Diego, California. In 1892, a large deposit of tincalcite was discovered in the area around Mount Diablo, California. Tincalcite has been found in many locations throughout North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South America, and Antarctica. It occurs as a result of weathering of volcanic rocks such as basalt or rhyolite.
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  • In the Kramer District of Kern County, California, probertite is one of the boron minerals found in the kernite deposit. Its chemical formula is NaCaB5O9H2O. https://borates.today/boron-minerals/ It's a white mineral made up of hydrous sodium calcium borate that crystallises in a monoclinic system. The mineral was given the name "Probertite" in honour of Frank H. Probert, Dean of the University of California's Mining College, who provided us with specimens, images, and information on its occurrence.
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  • Campbell_Carol - A specimen from the San Bernardino Mountains, California, was examined by E.E. O'Brien in 1945. He noted that it had an orange color and that it contained both fluorine and boric acid.
  • smithjamess221 - The mineral was first described in 1938 by J.A. Cramer and R.M. Pritchard from material obtained from the Kern County, California area. They gave it the specific name "probertite".
  • andrewjackson6626 - The mineral is named after Dr. Frank Probert (1871 – 1944), dean of the mining college at the University of California, Berkeley. He collected samples of the mineral during his travels in Mexico and the southwestern U.S. In 1932 he discovered it in the kernite deposits near Bakersfield, California.
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  • Ulexite (NaCaB5O6(OH)6H2O, hydrated sodium calcium borate hydroxide) is a mineral that occurs in silky white spherical crystalline masses or parallel fibres and is frequently referred to as TV rock. https://borates.today/boron-minerals/ Internal reflection allows ulexite's natural fibres to transmit light along their long axes. Ulexite was called after Georg Ludwig Ulex (1811–1883), a German scientist who discovered it. It's a complicated mineral having a basic structure made up of sodium, water, and hydroxide octahedra chains. Calcium, water, hydroxide, oxygen polyhedra, and large boron units connect the chains. The boron units have a charge of 3 and a formula of [B5O6(OH)6]3–. They're made up of three borate tetrahedra and two borate triangular groupings.
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  • Campbell_Carol - In 1825, Thomas Graham found it in the coal mines at Newburgh, Indiana. He named it after his hometown, where he had worked as a young man.
  • smithjamess221 - The name "urexite" comes from the Latin word for wool, which refers to its appearance. It has been used since ancient times as an ingredient in dyes, cosmetics, and medicines.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The name "urelite" comes from the Latin word for urine, urina.
12/24/21 - 03:22 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The Haber-Bosch process is a method for producing ammonia in a factory setting. It necessitates extreme pressures and temperatures, and it uses up to 2% of all energy generated on the planet. Transition metal elements with comparably hefty and reactive atoms are also required for this process. The team from Braunschweig released a paper in 2018 that demonstrated nitrogen binding and chemical change using a molecule comprised entirely of nonmetal atoms. A year later, they utilised a similar method to demonstrate the first time two nitrogen molecules were combined in a laboratory setting. It was a result that could only be achieved in the Earth's high atmosphere or under plasma conditions before. The bonding of nitrogen to boron enabled both findings. "It was clear after these discoveries that we had a rather unusual system on our hands," Braunschweig adds. https://borates.today/boron-beer/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - In order to prove their theory, the researchers used an electron beam gun to bombard the sample with electrons at energies just above those found in a hydrogen bomb explosion. This created highly energetic particles which collided with the nitrogen-boron complex. As a result, the compound broke apart into its constituent parts: nitrogen and boron.
  • jessicaallen33 - This would mean that the Haber-Bosch process could become more sustainable by replacing transition metals with less expensive elements like carbon, oxygen, silicon or sulfur. In addition, the team wants to investigate how nitrogen binds to other elements, such as hydrogen, fluorine or chlorine. They hope that their research will help them understand how nitrogen bonds to different elements and what kind of compounds form when it does so.
  • Campbell_Carol - The researchers' next step will be to determine whether other elements can bind to nitrogen as well.
12/24/21 - 03:21 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Following the revelation of diazaborine's mode of action, new classes of diazaborines, particularly the isosteric 2,4,1-benzo[e]diazaborines, targeting Mycobacterium TB, sparked renewed interest in the field. When compared to the first-line TB treatment, pyrazinamide. They weren't as effective as isoniazid, but they did work. Two of the diazaborines, on the other hand, showed MIC values ranging from 8 to 16 ug/ml. These results were greater than those obtained with pyrazinamide (200 ug/ml span>). Another potential use for diazaborines is the creation of 'ultra high' fidelity estrogen-structural analogues. https://borates.today/boron-pharmaceutical-applications/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The mechanism of action has not yet been fully elucidated, however it appears to involve inhibition of bacterial cell wall synthesis by interfering with peptidoglycan biosynthesis.
  • jessicaallen33 - Diazaborines are a class of boron containing compounds that have been shown to be active against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
  • Campbell_Carol - The discovery that diazaborines are active against mycobacteria has led to a resurgence of interest in this class of compounds. The original diaza compound was reported by Kornberg and co-workers in 1962.
12/24/21 - 03:21 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron appears to affect how other minerals like calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus are processed in the body. https://borates.today/boron-pharmaceutical-applications/. It has the potential to raise oestrogen levels in both postmenopausal women and healthy males. Estrogen has been demonstrated to help maintain bone and mental health. Boric acid (a kind of Boron) has the ability to eliminate yeasts that cause vaginal issues. Boron may have antioxidant properties. Cramps during menstruation (dysmenorrhea). According to studies, taking 10 mg per day by mouth around menstrual flow can help young women with painful periods. Yeast infections in the vaginal area. Boric acid has been shown to effectively cure yeast infections candidiasis when applied inside the vaginal region. However, it is unclear if the sample was quality checked by the researchers.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - This means that boric acid can be effective in curing pimples on your face, back or chest. The researchers noted that boric acid works well against acne because it reduces inflammation.
  • jessicaallen33 - The most common side effect of borax is a skin rash or irritation. This can be treated with topical steroids such as hydrocortisone cream.
  • Campbell_Carol - The study also found that boric acid could be used as a natural remedy for treating acne. The results were published in the journal Fertility and Sterility. This means that boric acid could potentially be used to treat some skin conditions without causing any side effects.
12/21/21 - 05:21 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron nitride is used in batteries and other important smartphone components like SIM cards and CPUs to give structural support. Borates can be used to replace more hazardous chemicals like lead, in addition to giving these advantages. Electronic semiconductors can now work at full capacity thanks to the presence of borate. Layers of boron Nitride are routinely applied to other materials, such as Silicon Carbide, for high-efficiency power devices like thermoelectric cooler packages (TECs) (SiC). https://borates.today/electronic-devices/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron Nitride has a wide range of uses including high-powered electronics, aerospace applications, chemical processing, and even medicine. It's also found in many everyday products from toothpaste to tires.
  • jessicaallen33 - It's chemically inert and doesn't react with most substances.
  • martinezcharles660 - BN has a high melting point and good thermal conductivity.
12/21/21 - 03:19 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • A boron-based covalent framework was employed to create boron-doped porous carbon by direct carbonization (COF-5). Boron oxides generated during the carbonization of COF-5 may be readily removed by water treatment, resulting in boron-doped porous carbon. After that, boron atoms were successfully integrated into the carbon matrix. At 40 mAg -1, supercapacitor electrodes manufactured from boron-doped carbon exhibited a specific capacitance value of 15.3 mFc -2. This electrode has double the value when the current density is the same as the typical activated carbon electrode (6.9 mFc-2). After 10000 charge/discharge cycles, supercapacitors built of boron-doped boron retained 72 percent of their capacitance. The novel boron-doped COF carbon compounds have multifunctional properties and can be employed as energy storage devices. Go through the link https://borates.today/boron-supercapacitors/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Carbonized COFs with different boron contents were synthesized via a facile hydrothermal method.
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  • jessicaallen33 - A high-performance asymmetric supercapacitor was fabricated based on boron-doping COF-derived carbons.
  • martinezcharles660 - The electrochemical performance of boron-containing materials was evaluated using cyclic voltammetry and galvanostatic charging/discharging tests.
12/21/21 - 03:19 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The high oxygen atmosphere on Earth prevents elemental Boron, a metal found in meteorites and stardust, from forming. It's difficult to break free from its confines. Boric oxide was first reduced with metals like magnesium or aluminium, but the end product is usually invariably contaminated with metal. At high temperatures, hydrogen halides can be used to reduce volatile borons. Hexaborides, such as aluminium boride AlB2, are the most prevalent type of metallic boron. Magnesium diboride MgBO2; calcium pentaborate Ca; sodium tetraborate Na4; potassium octahydrate K8; and lithium heptoxide Li7 are some more instances. White solid; black powder; yellowish-brown glassy material; red crystalline form; green amorphous form; blue transparent liquid; violet colourless solution; gray-colored liquid; pale orange to dark purple viscous fluid; transparent or opaque yellowish amber oil; light pink to deep red semi-solid mass; bright bluish-green vapour; and reddish-brown gas are just a few of the allotropic forms of boron. For more details click here https://borates.today/boron-allotropes-forms/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron has many different allotropes. These include white solid; black powder; and yellowish brown glassy material.
  • jessicaallen33 - The only way to make pure boron is by reducing it from an oxide. This is done using metals like magnesium or aluminium.
  • martinezcharles660 - Metal borides are not stable compounds. They decompose into their constituent elements at elevated temperature.
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