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01/27/22 - 02:24 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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.
01/20/22 - 02:52 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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.
01/10/22 - 01:11 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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,
01/10/22 - 01:10 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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?
01/08/22 - 12:58 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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".
01/06/22 - 02:31 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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.
01/06/22 - 02:31 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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.
01/06/22 - 02:31 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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?
01/05/22 - 03:10 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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  • Boron is a vital component of industry, particularly in the semiconductor industry. With its helpful capabilities of reducing damage due to heat exposure, it absorbs infrared radiation and protects components from being overheated. As a result, emerging technologies such as superconductors and thermoelectric converters can have large energy densities while yet keeping the efficiency standards required by today's customers! https://borates.today/boron-infrared-energy-efficiency/
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  • Campbell_Carol - There are several different ways that boron atoms can be incorporated into silicon.
  • martinezcharles660 - The most common form of boron is B10H14 , which is very stable and easily incorporated into silicon or other materials.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron has been used for many years in the semiconductor industry, but there are still many questions about how much boron is needed for optimal performance.
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  • It's past time for Boron to be recognised as a vital mineral. In many situations, atomic clusters of this element resemble rare earth metals, and it can be found nearly everywhere, even if economic extraction and mining are challenging due to its abundance on Earth's crust (third most common after oxygen & silicon). Since 1914, borons have been used to manufacture glassware, ceramics, fertilisers, and detergents - now there may finally be an alternative when we need one: The rising need has prompted experts all around the world to look for unconventional alternatives, such as geranium, which contains more iron than any other metal save steel! https://borates.today/boron-critical-mineral/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron deficiency leads to brittle nails, poor vision, fatigue, depression, memory loss, and impotence.
  • martinezcharles660 - It is also essential for healthy growth and development.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron is critical in our bodies, especially in bones, teeth, hair, skin, blood, liver, kidneys, muscles, nerves, eyes, lungs, heart, and brain.
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  • Boric acid is a fire retardant found in rubber, textiles, and plastics, among other places. It decomposes into boron oxide and metaboric acid when crushed or powdered. Boric acid has a strong affinity for water molecules, allowing it to remain white in powder form. This makes it suitable for making fire-retardant foams since the foam may be made simply by dissolving Boric Acid in water without the addition of any other chemicals. Changing pH levels can allow solids like mud glue or spray-on coatings to solidify again, ensuring that they do not lose their function after contact with air. https://borates.today/boron-zinc-borates-fire-retardants/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - They are used as flame retardants because they melt at low temperatures, preventing combustion from occurring.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - They are soluble in water and alcohols, but insoluble in fats and oils.
  • smithjamess221 - Borate salts have a high melting point, which allows them to withstand heat better than most other salts.
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  • The world is experiencing an environmental catastrophe, and it is up to us, as a collective human species, to develop solutions. Some people believe that climate change isn't happening, while others believe that our planet's current state is doomed; however, one thing remains true: the Earth has been warming over time, with devastating consequences that could soon become irreversible if something drastic isn't done soon at all! https://borates.today/boron-and-climate-risk/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The main reason for the increase in CO2 emissions in recent years has been a rise in diesel car sales. The number of cars sold in Germany increased by more than 20% between 2010 and 2015, while the share of electric vehicles remained stable at around 1%. In addition to that, there was also an increase in the number of trucks and buses on German roads. A large proportion of these new vehicles are old models which have not yet been retrofitted with modern emission standards.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - What is causing this increase in CO2 emissions?
  • smithjamess221 - The global average temperature has risen by 1°C since 1880, which means that we have already experienced a 0.7°C increase in just 100 years. A rise of 3°C will cause catastrophic changes.
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  • Future Electric automobiles will play a part in advanced energy because improved material combinations, such as carbon and boron, will make them more efficient. At the same time, Nissan and Tokyo's Waseda University have created a revolutionary recycling method that will reduce waste. Nissan has indicated that it would continue to assess various options until it is able to develop a strategy for expanded deployment at its worldwide production locations. All autos will be electric by 2030. Nissan wants to bring electric vehicles down in price while simultaneously improving their environmental effect. As a result of this innovative discovery, we may expect better air and less toxic waste from vehicle manufacturing activities all around the world. https://borates.today/nissan-ev-battery/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - There are two types of lithium ion batteries: rechargeable and nonrechargeable.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The battery market is expected to grow from $10 billion in 2016 to $30 billion by 2020.
  • smithjamess221 - Lithium ion batteries are used in consumer electronics, cell phones, laptops, and other portable devices.
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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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  • smithjamess221 - Boron can be found in nature in both organic and inorganic forms.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The atomic number is the most important factor when determining how much energy it takes to remove an electron from an atom or ion.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is one of the most abundant elements on Earth
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  • The power and utility industry has struggled to reduce carbon emissions. It is a substantial contributor to global CO2 emissions. Renewable energy is gaining popularity across the world as a result of its high economic return on investment (ROI). They don't pollute the air or emit greenhouse gases, and they provide us with environmentally friendly energy. https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • smithjamess221 - One of these challenges is the lack of storage capacity that can be used to store electricity generated from renewable sources such as solar and wind.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Solar energy is a renewable source of energy that can be used to produce electricity. It’s the most abundant form of energy on Earth, and it doesn’t emit any greenhouse gases or other pollutants into the atmosphere. Solar power has been around for over 100 years, but only recently have people started using it in large quantities.
  • martinezcharles660 - Why do we need solar panels?
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  • Carbon emissions reduction has been a difficulty for the power and utility business. It is a major source of CO2 emissions across the world. Renewable energy is a fast expanding topic of attention throughout the world due to its strong economic return on investment (ROI). They don't contaminate the air or emit greenhouse gases, and they offer us with clean energy. https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • gunyalizop - Thanks for great share ! https://techzpod.com/ https://get-mobdrovip.com
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The cost of renewable energy sources have dropped significantly in recent years.
  • martinezcharles660 - A good rule of thumb is to multiply the number of kilowatt hours by $0.06 to determine how much money you'll save over 20 years.
  • jessicaallen33 - The most important thing to consider when choosing solar panels is their efficiency. Efficiency is measured in watts per watt. If you have more than one panel, it's better to get them all at once so that you can compare them side-by-side. You want your system to be as efficient as possible.
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  • Boron is an important component of renewable energy sources. Other materials are used less in the manufacturing process. When borates are used for insulation or as a fire retardant, carbon emissions are reduced. Boron has a number of features that make it an excellent contender for this application. It is crucial as we try to lessen our reliance on old means such as fossil fuels. Read this https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boric acid is more stable than other borates and can be manufactured at lower temperatures. This makes it easier to use in certain applications.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boric Acid is cheap and easy to obtain.
  • smithjamess221 - Borate is very stable at high temperatures.
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  • Today, there is a lot of research being done on superconductive elements. The electrical arrangement of metals produced from light components is expected to be fascinating. Because of their relatively high superconducting temperatures, boron-containing materials are of particular interest right now. Boron, which is ordinarily not highly electrically conductive, transforms into a conductor when subjected to extreme pressures. The pressure of 160 GPa (gigapascals) transforms boron into a "super-metal" with no electrical resistance, according to scientists. They think that the tighter you compress the metal, the greater the temperature at which it transitions. Click this https://borates.today/boron-superconductive-element/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Superconductivity refers to the phenomenon of zero electrical resistance and the expulsion of magnetic fields occurring in certain materials when cooled below a characteristic critical temperature.
  • jessicaallen33 - What is superconductivity?
  • smithjamess221 - Superconductors can carry large amounts of electricity without any loss of energy.
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  • The problems of extracting oil and gas from the Earth's core are as uncommon and valuable as the natural resources themselves. Hundreds of years of oil and gas exploration in harsh settings, far-flung parts of the globe, and at deeper depths have allowed mankind to exploit the resource that has mostly fuelled industrialisation. Drilling isn't the only area where the oil business has innovated. Engineering solutions have become critical in a variety of situations, including drilling deeper wells into the Earth's crust than ever before, time constraints in recovering yields from these wells, and squeezing the last drop available from a well without wasting energy and money on repairs and replacement. Because the oil and gas sector relies on speciality chemicals for efficient extraction and low costs, boron is a powerful ally. https://borates.today/how-boron-help-oil-recovery/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Oil and gas were discovered simultaneously by William Dickson in 1859. He found oil seeping out of ground near Palmyra, Pennsylvania, while searching for coalbed methane.
  • jessicaallen33 - The world’s largest producer of boric acid is China.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron is an essential element in many industries. It is used in glass production, ceramics, fertilisers, pesticides, food additives, pharmaceuticals, and more.
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  • Over the last several years, worldwide demand for magnets has risen quickly, with Asia-Pacific leading the way. The magnet market is experiencing significant growth across various end-use industries such as electrical and electronics (E&E), automotive industry, and others, owing to various factors such as growing product requirements and increasing adoption of cost-effective products in Asian countries such as China and Japan. Due to their efficient production method, which helps lower costs while delivering high-performance outcomes, magnets have grown in popularity internationally as a consequence of rising product demand across Asia-Pacific. Another aspect driving rising consumption levels is the increased focus on renewable energy. Read more about rare earth here https://borates.today/boron-rare-earths/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Magnets are used in many applications including E&E, power generation, transportation, medical devices, etc.
  • smithjamess221 - Demand for permanent magnets is expected to increase at a CAGR of 6% from 2014 to 2020.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The major drivers behind the growth of the global magnet market include increasing focus on clean technology and growing awareness about environmental issues.
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  • Borates and boron compounds are becoming increasingly popular as low-cost, long-lasting, and ecologically friendly preservation treatments for timber buildings. Borates make it difficult for fungus, bacteria, termites, carpenter ants, and wood-boring beetles to survive on wood. Borates have been shown to be effective against these wood-rotting organisms and pests when applied to timber and plywood. Borate penetration (in wood) is determined by the moisture level of the wood. The better the absorption of borate in the wood, the fresher it is. Borates are more effective in softwoods such as spruce and fir than in hardwoods such as oak and hickory. Learn more https://borates.today/boron-wood-products/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Borates penetrate well into wood but do not bind tightly to the surface.
  • smithjamess221 - This treatment is so popular because it's able to remove all of the oils from your furniture without having to use harsh chemicals or solvents. This leaves a clean furniture behind so you can enjoy it without worrying about dealing with nasty traces or pesky stains.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Can borates be used to treat furniture?
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  • Boron can be found in a variety of products, including glass, ceramics, plastics, dyes, lubricants, pesticides, fertilisers, explosives, drugs, insecticides, fungicides, flame retardant materials, food preservatives, cosmetics, toothpaste, detergents, paints, adhesives, rubber products, textiles, paper, fibres, insulation, semiconductors, batteries, catalysts, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductors. The list could go on and on. Boron is available in a variety of crystalline and amorphous forms. There are at least 14 additional allotropes that have been discovered. Still, they are assumed to be mixed allotropes of boron frameworks stabilised by impurities and are based on shaky evidence or have not been empirically proved. Refer this link https://borates.today/boron-allotropes-forms/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - A lot of commercially important compounds contain boron.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron is very reactive. Its chemical properties are similar to those of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and fluorine.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron has the highest melting point among non-metals. It also has the highest melting point among elements with an even number of electrons. This may explain why it is so rare.
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  • Mining companies that were early adopters of climate change mitigation had a 20% greater valuation than their counterparts in the bottom quintile, according to the Boston Consulting Group. Rio Tinto's efforts to decarbonize operations, identify assets most vulnerable to climate change, and plan for demand shifts, according to a case study, may all be financially driven. https://borates.today/rio-tinto-decarboinzation/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Some firms have begun to adopt strategies to prepare for future changes, such as developing new products or services, investing in renewable energy sources, or shifting production locations.
  • martinezcharles660 - Mining companies can mitigate risks from climate change through risk management, asset optimization, and diversification.
  • jessicaallen33 - Climate change is already having an impact on mining companies' business models, with some companies already feeling the effects.
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  • This glass-like material has the strength and endurance of fibreglass, thanks to the addition of boron for flame resistance. Boronated Fiberglass is used to offer insulation against high-temperature activities in industrial environments such as boilers and heat exchangers. It also prevents corrosion caused by acidic vapours and fumes, which are prevalent in these circumstances. Boronated Fiberglass has a low thermal conductivity and is resistant to fire damage, therefore it may be utilised to construct protective barriers around equipment without losing performance. https://borates.today/boronated-fiberglass/
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The main difference between Borated Glass and regular glass is its chemical composition.
  • martinezcharles660 - In order to make Borated Glass, you need to add boric acid into molten glass.
  • jessicaallen33 - Borated Glass is not a new product, but it was only recently that they started being produced commercially.
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  • There are a few benefits to increasing the levels of Boron in your reef tank. First, Borates can improve the hardiness and resistance of corals by retarding diatom growth which may have potentially negative effects on coral tissues. Diatoms produce a kind of waste called siliceous opal which builds up over time and will make a reef tank appear cloudy. It can also be used as a pH adjuster for systems with issues maintaining stable water chemistry. https://borates.today/boron-health-coral-reefs/
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  • jessicaallen33 - Boron is a mineral that is an important plant element and it also plays a role in protein synthesis. It's well known for facilitating the movement of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals to keep your fish healthy and your aquarium calcium balanced. It can also help reduce metal toxicity in fish tanks by binding to heavy metals such as copper, lead, and zinc before they get absorbed via the gills(so when you do choose to give your fish medicines like liquids, Borax will uptake any excess). These factors tend to make borax one of the most critical supplements for individuals who like keeping saltwater reef tanks or planted freshwater tanks or even freshwater shrimp setups.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron's main function in the body is basically to act as a regulating agent for other compounds like hormones, proteins; hence it plays important roles in vascularization (the ability for blood vessels to grow), nerve conduction (the transmission of impulses through nerves), cell membrane fluidity (proteins on membranes can change their shapes more quickly.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is mainly created by the decomposition of organic matter in the sea. These include dead animals, leaves, and feces which all contain some boron. For that reason, reef tanks started to notice that water changes were no longer replenishing their boron levels because it had already been drawn out by all of these natural processes happening while turning dirt into the rock for instance.
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  • The AEGL synthesis produces boron trifluoride-dimethyl ether by breaking down the complex into trifluoride-born components. Boron trifluoride is a colourless, noxious gas with a strong and oppressive odour (Budavari, 1996) and a nice Torkelson odour (et al., 1961 ). On boron trifluoride and boron-trifluoride-dimethyl ether, there exist chemical and physical data (when they are available). When boron trifluoride combines with humidity, it generates a white mist or cloud (NIOSH 1976 Hoffman, 1981), suggesting that it is changed to dihydrate BF3. Read this https://borates.today/boron-trifluoride/

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  • smithjamess221 - Hydrolytic degradations of BDEs occur in soil, water, sediments, and biota.
  • drLisatorres - The degradation of BDEs occurs via hydrolysis reactions.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - BDEs are not stable in the environment, but can be degraded through natural processes.
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  • Kernite is a hydrated sodium borate hydroxide mineral with the formula Na2B407.4H2O, also known as rasorite. It is a colourless or white mineral that crystallises as prismatic to acicular crystals or granular masses in the monoclinic crystal system. It has a Mohs hardness of 2.5 to 3 and a specific gravity of 1.91, making it moderately soft. It has a brittle fracture and excellent cleavage. Kernite is soluble in cold water and dehydrates to become tincalconite. When heated over 100 °C, it transforms into metakernite, which is irreversible. Know more here https://borates.today/boron-minerals/
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  • smithjamess221 - It is a member of the monoclinic group.
  • drLisatorres - Kernite was first discovered in 1845 by William Henry Miller at Stony Hill Mine near New York City. He named it after his friend John Frederick Kern who had been working on the mine's geology.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The name kernite comes from the German word for "horn", because it resembles a horn when viewed under a microscope.
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  • Mining firms have long been chastised for their negative influence on the environment. These large-scale companies, however, are now racing against the clock to reduce greenhouse gas emissions before the world community sets aggressive net zero emissions objectives by 2050. Mining is not merely a source of raw materials; it also has significant and often underestimated environmental consequences that must be addressed if we are to fulfil global climate change targets. https://borates.today/boron-low-carbon-economy/
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  • martinezcharles660 - It is possible to mine responsibly while still meeting the increasing demand for minerals.
  • smithjamess221 - Environmental damage from mining is often irreversible.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - The mining industry can reduce its impact on the environment through better management practices.
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  • The polysulfide-shuttle problem, which is the most serious issue of contemporary Li-S batteries, has been devised and produced using a hybrid structure consisting of boron-doped porous carbon spheres and graphene (BPCS-G). The suggested hybrid structure, which has a large surface area (870 m2g1) and a high B-dopant concentration (6.51 wt%), provides both physical confinement and chemical absorption of polysulfides at the same time. On the one hand, the abundant-pore structure allows for large sulphur loading, quick charge transfer, and polysulfide migration restraint during cycling. Density functional theory simulations, on the other hand, show that the B dopant is capable of chemically-modifying the system. Learn more https://borates.today/boron-salts-batteries/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron doping can be used to improve electrochemical performance by reducing the overpotential of lithium insertion/extraction reactions in the cathode.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - A hybrid electrode design with a large active material content and an optimized pore size distribution can provide a significant improvement in capacity retention.
  • smithjamess221 - This effect can be further optimized to enhance the electrochemical performance of the battery, it will provide an important step forward toward practical applications of Li-S batteries in electric vehicles and stationary energy storage systems.
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  • Various types of fuel sources that generate less pollutants when burned are referred to as "clean fuels." Natural or manufactured clean fuels are available. Coal gasification, biomass conversion, biofuel production, solar thermal energy consumption, hydroelectric power generation, wind power generation, and nuclear power generation are all included in this category. Natural gas turbines and hydrogen fuel cells are also viable options for cleaner fossil fuels. Renewable energy, such as hydropower, is the cleanest fuel source. It might also be used to generate power for buildings on a grid system using solar panels. Read this https://borates.today/clean-fuels-boron/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Nuclear power generates electricity by fissioning uranium into plutonium, but it produces radioactive waste.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Electricity can be generated from renewable resources like solar, wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, tidal, wave, and other forms of renewable energy.
  • smithjamess221 - Cleaner burning coal can be produced by capturing and recycling carbon dioxide from flue gases. This process is called Carbon Capture and Storage. CCS technology has been developed but not widely implemented because it is expensive.
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  • Near Valles Marineris, Mars' Grand Canyon, a team from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) detected traces of borate deposits. And this discovery sparked a variety of emotions. The immediate reaction was astonishment, as this discovery supported the theory that life could exist on Mars. Concerns about any boron acid detected in Martian water — and its implications on humans who may one day visit the planet – are the second type of reaction. Finally, there are questions about how this information may effect future manned or robotic missions to examine the surface of Mars more thoroughly. Find all details in this page https://borates.today/boron-life-on-mars/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - @jenniferramirezRocket fuel is what you want to use when the rate of water loss through your siding goes up. Boron can be used to modify or add resistance to steel and aluminum. You can even borax yourself in the tub for a spa-like experience. As well, boric acid has been found useful in preventing intestinal parasites and bad breath. Safe for humans and animals alike!
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Can we use boron to make rocket fuel?
  • smithjamess221 - Seems like, Future manned or robotic missions will be able to detect boron acids.
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  • Cropping systems may help with nutrient absorption and boron utilisation. Grasses like corn and wheat have shallower fibrous root systems that only penetrate a few inches deep into the earth, whereas alfalfa and sugar beet taproot systems can reach down to two feet below the surface! When you rotate your crops, they won't grow in the same area for more than three years (which is advised); this will help prevent them from sucking up all the nutrients needed by surrounding plants, which could starve them if they were grown too near enough. Plant lovers refer this https://borates.today/boron-plants/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Use legumes as an alternative to nitrogen fertiliser.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Rotating crops prevents plant competition for nutrients, reduces weeds, improves soil structure, and increases biodiversity.
  • smithjamess221 - The soil should be well-drained, but not dry. If it's too wet, then you'll need to add organic matter such as compost or manure to improve its structure. It's also important that there aren't any large rocks or stones present; these can cause problems when growing roots.
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  • Food insecurity is defined by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a lack of continuous access to enough food for an active, healthy life. It's vital to understand that, while hunger and food insecurity are closely related, they're not the same thing. Food insecurity refers to a lack of adequate financial means for food at the household level, whereas hunger refers to a personal, bodily experience of discomfort. Learn more https://borates.today/boron-food-security-force-good/
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  • martinezcharles660 - In order to combat hunger, we must first address its root causes.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Hunger is a subjective feeling, but it can be measured objectively through the USDA's Household Food Security Survey Module .
  • smithjamess221 - A combination of programs and policies will help alleviate hunger.
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  • With it's electronegativity, oxygen forms stable chemical bonds with practically all elements. An oxide is a binary compound of oxygen with any other element or set of components. It is represented as an anion, an O2 (molecular) ion. The periodic table divides the elements into numerous types of categories. Metal oxides are oxygen compounds with metals, while non-metal oxides are oxygen compounds with non-metals. The oxidation state of oxygen is commonly -2, as in carbon dioxide (CO2), which we are all familiar with. https://borates.today/boron-oxide/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Oxidation states for oxygen range from −2 to +6.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Carbonates are not considered oxides because they do not contain oxygen.
  • jessicaallen33 - In the case of metal oxides, the number of electrons lost from the metal is equal to the number gained by the oxygen atom.
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  • China, India, and Brazil are three countries that use Boron for various purposes. By trapping pollutants from coal-fired power facilities in borates, China is able to reduce acid rain. It's also useful in tyres as a chemical stabiliser. Boron is used in India to cleanse water supplies. This helps them with their difficulty of having clean drinking water. Boron is mostly used on cotton crops in Brazil. Because it aids in the control of pests such as worms and insects while causing no harm to the environment. There are numerous advantages to using this technology since the country may create higher crop yields than before. https://borates.today/boron-building-block-urbanization/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The boric acid produced has many uses including being added to food products like breads and cereals. 
  • jessicaallen33 - The resulting solution of boric acid and water is then separated into two parts. One part is kept for further processing and the other part is sent back to the original source.
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  • Reduced consumption of processed food will be key to reducing our risk for developing chronic diseases and other societal burdens such as toxic waste and global warming. And reducing the number of livestock we keep will also help significantly by cutting down on methane generation, particulate air pollution and deforestation while simultaneously lowering cholesterol levels in humans. https://borates.today/boron-carbon-footprint/
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  • Campbell_Carol - Borates are salts or esters of boric acid. They are used in smart technologies and agriculture, with a perk of reducing the electric use domestically because of their insulating properties, keeping the houses warm in winters and cool in summers.
  • davidgarcia27 - They are used in smart technologies and agriculture, with a perk of reducing the electric use domestically because of their insulating properties, keeping the houses warm in winters and cool in summers. Also, borates play a key role in renewable development as they’re the key ingredient in a type of light-emitting diode (LED) that can be powered by solar, wind, or hydro power.
  • George851 - One example of our carbon reduction efforts is through a process called “in situ carbonation”. The CO gas from this process can be captured and converted into usable carbon products or recycled for other purposes.
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  • One of the most important things to remember when it comes to radiation is to reduce your exposure. By blocking or absorbing gamma rays and neutrons, it accomplishes this. In terms of weight, cost, and availability, boron has an edge over the lead. It's a metalloid with properties comparable to silicon and carbon, making it excellent for use as a neutron absorber in nuclear reactors since it catches slow-moving neutrons without releasing them or creating radioactive isotopes. https://borates.today/boron-protects-against-radiation/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boronated Glass Fiber is suitable for use as a Thermal Insulation material.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Ionizing radiation causes damage to cells by damaging DNA and other cellular components.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A chain reaction can be started by any fission reaction, but only if there is enough uranium present to sustain the chain reaction.
  • smithjamess221 - Uranium is used to create fuel rods that contain pellets made from enriched uranium. These pellets are coated with plutonium which creates more neutrons during fission reactions. This is why you need a lot of uranium to start a reactor.
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  • With its quick-acting, biodegradable solution, BORIC OXIDE will clean your oven like you've never seen before. When you use this product, you won't have to worry about dangerous gases or fire hazards. BORIC OXIDE is a crystalline mineral used in cleaning products. It can be used as a main active ingredient or as a pH-adjustment additive in other detergents, dishwashing solutions, or soaps. https://borates.today/boron-cleaning-products/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - You can mix borax with water to make a cleaner that works well on countertops and stovetops.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boric acid is also used in many industrial applications such as glassware washing, paper pulp bleaching, and metal pickling.
  • smithjamess221 - Borates are widely used in household cleaners because they are effective at removing grease and grime from surfaces without leaving any harmful residues behind.
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  • The United States of America is leading the charge to decarbonize by devising a strategy to restrict the emission of co-pollutants into the environment. This approach aims to improve air quality and ensure that individuals in the United States live in a pollutant-free environment. It allows people to take charge of their own health. Canada is another country that is spearheading climate change mitigation initiatives. Significant expenditures in green infrastructure, transportation electrification, and clean technology innovation are included in the plan. Forest management strategies such as tree planting or the use of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage systems (CCS) for oil sands extraction are also included. https://borates.today/reduce-carbon-emission-boron/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Both countries have taken steps towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions through the implementation of policies and programs.
  • jessicaallen33 - Climate change is one of the biggest problems facing humanity, and as such it's important for global leaders to make decisions that will directly affect this issue.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Why did the United States choose to focus on reducing emissions?
11/10/21 - 02:20 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Renewable energy employs more people than any other type of energy. According to the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), wind energy now supports 400,000 employment across Europe. According to the International Energy Agency, doubling renewable investment will result in the creation of 24 million new green employment globally by 2030. It accounts for almost one-third of all jobs created within the same time period. It encompasses manufacturing and installation-related roles both within and outside of traditional industries such as construction and the automotive sector, with the goal of constructing green structures and livable environments. https://borates.today/boron-renewable-energy/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The global economy is currently undergoing a transition from fossil fuels to renewables, which has resulted in an increase in employment opportunities.
  • jessicaallen33 - There are many different types of renewable energy, each having its own set of benefits and drawbacks.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Renewables have a positive impact on climate change mitigation
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  • Wood is good. They add warmth, coziness, and charm to our living spaces and any places where we use them. Nature has been an inspiration for humans throughout history. In addition to rotting furniture, decaying building materials (such as siding), and wooden structures (like decks), wood-decaying organisms such as fungus and bacteria could be found within. Unless, of course, the woods have been boron-treated. https://borates.today/boron-wood-products/
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  • martinezcharles660 - A lot of people don't realize how much wood there is around us. If you look closely at your house or apartment, chances are it was built with wood.
  • jessicaallen33 -  There are two types of decay processes: aerobic and anaerobic.
  • smithjamess221 - What are some examples of fungi that can cause decay?
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  • DATC is an annual report published by Deloitte that ranks clean technology firms across four key sectors - energy storage, fuel cells, electric vehicles, and wind power. They recognize an organization’s innovative and sustainable approach to business. A quarterly assessment of Australian CleanTech companies from January 1st every quarter until December 31st, which began in 2008. Using over 150 data points for every single company, we were able to calculate an overall score out of 100, which determines where each company ranks among its peers. In addition to these two types of metrics, there are various kinds of indicators included in an evaluation system for green business development. It measures stock market performance using factors such as price movements, dividends paid out, earnings statements, etc., which makes it one of the most comprehensive indices used today. Market cap weighting means using the total value of a company’s outstanding shares (market capitalization) instead of its current stock price when calculating returns for each investment period. Dividend discount models exclude the effect of dividend yields and capital gains when calculating expected future cash flows. https://borates.today/american-pacific-borates-producer/
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  • martinezcharles660 - Companies with high sustainability scores tend to be more profitable than their competitors.
  • jessicaallen33 - This index is not only useful for investors but also for entrepreneurs who want to raise funds or find partners.
  • smithjamess221 - You can use the DATC ranking to identify the best opportunities in your industry sector.
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  • Boron fiber is a by-product of B5 and is a primary industrial use of free Boron. Glass fiber was previously used to reinforce amalgamation in days gone by, but Boron fibers are now being produced to improve rigidity in synthesized materials. High-modulus carbon fibers have lower costs than Boron fibers.https://borates.today/boron-fiber/
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It has been found that this mineral can be formed from the reaction between sodium hydroxide and boric acid at high temperatures. This process occurs when there is an excess amount of water present during the formation of the compound.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It's a chemical compound that can be used as an ingredient in many products including fertilizers, pesticides, cleaning agents, cosmetics, etc.
  • jessicaallen33 - Are there other uses for borax besides making glass or fertilizer?
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  • Irradiation therapy is needed for the more effective treatment of cancer. Boron neutron capture therapy is a method for treating cancer patients that uses the body's immune system. This may be considered the extreme version of conventional treatment because it uses powerful Neutrons which bombard surfaces with cancer cells. The instability of the nucleus is disrupted by the high-energy neutrons, thus rendering them incapable of reproducing or forming tumors. It is used to kill cancer cells in patients who are close to death, as well as those with brain tumors who cannot have their tumors completely removed. Experiments at the National Cancer Institute showed that a process of boron capture could be used to create a beam of protons that would destroy cancer cells. Boron can be used to create minimally insufficiencies and highlyselective treatments. When undergoing cancer therapy, a solution of boron compounds will be injected. https://borates.today/boron-health-benefits/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - This means that you should eat foods rich in B vitamins like broccoli, spinach, beans, nuts, seeds, eggs, meat, fish, poultry, milk products, etc. You also need to take supplements containing these nutrients.
  • jessicaallen33 - There has been some controversy over whether this type of radiation therapy actually works. A study published in 2008 found no evidence that BNCT was an effective form of cancer treatment.
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  • Boron in traction motors,  Smarter, better, cheaper, faster those words are the mantra of today’s global economy. Logistics vehicles and mobile robots are being used more and more as organizations seek to streamline operations and do more with less. A fast-growing technology sector includes robotic vehicles in manufacturing, smart warehousing, materials handling, and telepresence in healthcare. Analysts think the global market for automated guided vehicles will reach over $2 billion by the year. To meet demand, the manufacturer will need to have electric traction and steering technologies. The assembly needs to be easy to install, operate, and maintain. Electric traction and steering solutions deliver on all counts. https://borates.today/boron-traction-motors/
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  • smithjamess221 - Manufacturers use Boron as a negative-electrode material in Traction Motors because it has two very important properties. Firstly Boron is an excellent conductor, but secondly and importantly the voltage required to liberate electrons from it is large enough that there are plenty of free electrons available at low voltages.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Why does it make sense to use Boron in Traction Motors?
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is a very important element that helps make our world go round. It has many uses including making glass, ceramics, plastics, semiconductors, batteries, superconductors, lasers, fiber optics, etc.
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  • Boron Neodymium Magnets are called Super Magnets. There are a number of transition metals in neodymium-Fe-B magnets. The periodic table shows neodymium as a rare earth magnet because they are in the lanthanides section. The strongest substance known is neodymium, which is used in a Neodymium magnet. It exhibits superior resistance to heat and corrosion, as well as elevated tolerance for ferromagnetic materials in close contact with it. These magnets are strong and can be used in many modern-day devices. It is believed that the most powerful permanent magnets are neodymium magnets. It may be because they're one of the smallest types of rare earth magnetic materials, and thus have a higher density than other more common metals such as iron or copper. https://borates.today/boron-neodymium-magnets/
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  • smithjamess221 - A Magnetic Field Is Created By Moving Charges And This Can Be Used To Create Electricity Or Move Objects With Force.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron Magnets Are Not As Powerful As Other Types Of Magnets But They Have Their Own Unique Properties That Make Them Useful In Many Applications.
  • martinezcharles660 - Rare Earth Magnets - Strongest Permanent Magnet Material on Planet Earth!
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  • The construction industry uses these borates. It makes concrete stronger and fireproofs mortars. Chemicals, pharmaceuticals, paints, and electroplating solutions are just a few of the things that borax is involved in. There are Boron-based compounds on both sides of the building. It is an essential part of modern life. Kitchen shelves can also be used to store borax. It helps remove hard water. https://borates.today/boron-building-block-urbanization/

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  • smithjamess221 - Borate salts have been known since ancient times. They were first discovered by alchemists who tried to make gold from lead.
  • martinezcharles660 - In addition to cleaning glasses, it has many other applications such as detergents, pesticides, fertilizers, fungicides, insecticides, preservatives, etc.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It's a chemical compound with two parts oxygen and three parts hydrogen. The symbol for B 3 is written as "B" followed by 3 lines underlined. This means there are 9 atoms of Hydrogen and 6 atoms of Oxygen.
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  • If you want to protect your industrial equipment from oxidation, then you might want to consider using a coating made out of Boron. Nuclear weapons are one of the military applications where their compounds are used. the bullet-proof vest is made with Boron fibers as it is difficult to penetrate. It's an important metal in the military because it's very lightweight and hard to break, so it can be used as a bullet source, which makes it travel straight through its target. https://borates.today/boron-nickel-anti-corrosion/
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  • George851 - The compound was first discovered by William Crookes who named it after his wife Beryl. He also called it "boracite" or "Beryllium". In 1879 he published a paper on this discovery that included some information about how boric acid could help cure tuberculosis. Since then, scientists have studied boron for medical purposes.
  • davidgarcia27 - There are some downsides that come along with this material. The first thing we need to know about boron is that it has no color or smell. This means that if someone were to find out what was inside the container they would have no idea how much boron was actually contained within. Another problem is that when exposed to air for too long, boron will oxidize into B2O3.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron has been found to have some interesting properties that make it useful for other purposes such as radiation shielding or neutron capture therapy. The most common use of boron today is in nuclear power plants. This element is also used in many types of lasers, including ruby laser pointers.
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  • The demand for Borax is on the rise, but it will take time to grow due in part because there are still not enough sources. The mineral has been used since antiquity and was popularized again during World War II when its uses ranged from food preservation all over Europe as well as military weapons such metals borates which can be found inside gun powder ammunition cartridges today. Borosilicate glass offers some interesting advantages that you may want if your goal is cost-efficient development or production process efficiency then using this type of material could help achieve those aims by giving us greater control over how we produce things at lower costs while maintaining high levels of performance through simplicity without sacrificing any function whatsoever.
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  • Campbell_Carol - If the demand for Borax is on the rise, then there should also be a concurrent counter-demand for boron to keep up with this demand, which should consequently drive up the prices of goods that are generally composed entirely or primarily of boron.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borax is a naturally occurring mineral mined from dry lakes and salt flats in California, USA
  • George851 - Borax is an inorganic salt produced by the reaction of boric acid, sodium carbonate and calcium hydroxide. It has been used since ancient times as a food preservative and cleaning substance. In addition to these applications, boron compounds work as agricultural fertilizers, fungicides and insecticides.
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  • Borates are a chemical compound used for laundry detergent that has been shown to be safer and less toxic. One thing you can do in preventing damage from boron exposure is to adequately shield food during storage. Boron is found in the water, soil, plants, fruits, vegetables, eggs, and meat products we consume on a daily basis. Some forms of boron dissolve easily when consumed by humans whereas other forms resist dissolution making them more difficult to excrete from the body. In liquid form, it often has an unpleasant taste but this disadvantage may encourage its use as laundry soap since many people never view their laundry before washing it again-not well!
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is a natural element that has been claimed to have a variety of health benefits.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - When people think about the dangers of boron exposure, radiation poisoning is often what comes to mind. However, it's not just a concern for nuclear industry employees and their families. It can negatively impact all living things using our soil as well as water sources near industrial facilities that use boron products.
  • smithjamess221 - Avoid damage from boron by adequately shielding food during storage.
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  • The Boron market is set to grow as the energy sector continues its march. Demand for boron has increased due in large part because of new and emerging sectors, such as electric vehicles or high-efficiency wind turbines with an eye on reducing their environmental footprint, all demanding more of this vital mineral than ever before. It might not be strictly rare earth but studies argue that it should still find itself included within any valuable list compiled by those who understand just how important they can really be!
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Also because, a large quantity of it is also used for growing crops and provide nutrients to us for which if give it a miss, can result in a number of problems such as memory loss, not being able to pay attention, etc.
  • smithjamess221 - The price of Boron has never been higher, giving us an incredible chance to invest in this market before it’s too late.
  • davidgarcia27 - Demand for boron has increased because it is used for electric cars.
  • George851 - Boron might not be rare earth but it should still find itself included within any valuable list compiled by those who understand just how important they really are!
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  • The rare earth market and near-rare metals such as boron will see rapid growth due to the development of new technologies. The increased demand for these metals in hybrid, electric vehicles combined with a shift towards cleaner energy may drive its market value up by 10%. According to Global Market Insights Inc., this growing industry was valued at $13 billion last year; it's expected that within two decades over 20% more ($19) could be made from them every year because people want better performance while reducing their environmental footprint. So, I think we should invest now before prices go back down again!
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  • smithjamess221 - New technologies rely heavily on these metals which are valuable in themselves.
  • davidgarcia27 - The worldwide demand for these metals is predicted to soar by 10% in 2020 because people want better performance while reducing their environmental footprint.
  • George851 - With a shift towards cleaner energy and hybrid, electric vehicles on the rise, rare earths will see rapid growth. Boron can soon be added in the list of rare earth. For more details you can read borates today.
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  • BORON is one of the few elements that can stop radioactive particles from reaching other nearby materials during explosions and blasts.

    Scientists are adding more boron to cement near reactors in an effort at safety precautions.
    As it will kill off any escaping radionuclides which would otherwise pose great risks if allowed passage through buildings with high population densities or sensitive areas like water supplies.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron just happens to also be amazingly strong and lightweight and even has antibacterial properties that could prove useful in warfare. So it's really no surprise that scientists around the world are trying to figure out innovative uses for this versatile element. More about boron can be found on “borates today”.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron can stop radioactive particles such as plutonium from spreading and thereby greatly reduce the spread of radiation in the environment.
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  • BORON NITRIDE: AN INTRUDER OR PART OF THE SOLUTION?

    Boron Nitride is a material used for its thermal conductivity and strength.

    It's also been shown to improve the mechanical properties of composites, as well as those in hydrogen storage applications due to its high specific surface area that can store large amounts of energy per unit weight or volume.

    Although industrial uses haven't yet taken off like other substances such as gold (used primarily because it has great aesthetic quality), we may see more innovation coming out using these wonder-materials incredible features!
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Nanotubes and nano-porous Boron Nitride structures don't allow water vapour to pass through, which reduces global warming by storing energy.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron nitride's relative lack of oxygen is a big deal. The presence of a significant amount of oxygen can impede electronic processes because these electrons will always seek an electron to pair with, read more on “borates today”.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron nitride is a direct bandgap semiconductor with high absorption in the near-infrared region, which could make it suitable for use in solar cells and also in converting heat into electricity.
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  • The role of boric acid as a flame retardant
    Due to its ability to resist high temperatures, Boron oxide can be used for many different purposes. One of its most common usages comes from mixing it with sugar and water, which gives borates an exciting new purpose as a flame retardant! Boron interacts with proteins on fire to slow down combustion reactions by keeping them contained within organic compounds like glucose or alcohol.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - It is safe and effective in the right applications. The composition is easily ignited with an open flame. For more information visit “borates today”.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - A chemical compound consisting of boron, oxygen, and hydrogen -white smoke is released during combustion at about 250 degrees Celsius.
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  • Lithium-ion batteries used in portable electronics use graphite as an anode material. However, this can lead to issues with shorting out the battery cell and causing safety problems because of lithium deposition on boron at high charge rates or formation dendrites which may cause fires when they come into contact with flames during charging sessions
    Borate surface coating has shown potential protection against these risks by improving SEI stability while still allowing for a thin layer between electrodes and their electrolyte solutions.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron itself does not combust, but when it reacts with oxygen, boron compounds produce heat.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron batteries have a greater range over time. Our unique structure allows for better performance in colder environments
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron Batteries are more efficient, powerful and cheaper. Boron Batteries require lower temperatures during the manufacturing process.
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  • Boron is a mineral that not only helps to prevent arthritis and tooth decay, it also assists our bodies with other important functions. For example, boron plays an integral part in building cartilage within joints- without this crucial mineral your joints won’t be able to form or function as they should.
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  • martinezcharles660 - It is medically proven that boron also helps to improve sex drive. Visit borates today to read in detail.
  • smithjamess221 - It can be found in the majority of soils, making it easy for us to get our daily intake from food or almonds.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron maintains adequate amount of calcium, magnesium in the body, preventing bone disorders. But where does this element found?
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  • Have you ever felt like there's a chemical imbalance in your brain and it has decreased the intensity of sexual desire?
    Well, this might be due to any of these factors: biological (physical), psychological (mental), social factors.
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  • martinezcharles660 - Libido can also be decreased by emotional factors like illness, depression, or stress. This factor may change over time due to age-related hormonal changes, medical conditions, lifestyle choices (such as diet), and relationship issues. Find more about it on “borates today”.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Libidos are how intense our desires/interests can become when relating sexually rather than just being physically attracted to someone else at any given moment.
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  • Campbell_Carol - This could mean supplements - for males it could be testosterone while females get estrogen replacement therapy from their doctor in order to boost moods or energy levels.
  • davidgarcia27 - Yes, many-a-times, I’ve heard people talking about this. And this happens when someone experience low libido.
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  • The electric wind turbines on the market today use permanent magnets. These magnetic fields have a limited lifespan and need to be periodically replaced, which can cost up to thousands of dollars per unit for new ones! https://borates.today/boron-magnets-are-the-future-for-wind-turbines/
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron eliminates wind-induced power fluctuations. Produces more consistent, stable energy output (reduces outages). Maintains the magnetic field even at low-speed operation.
  • jessicaallen33 - Boron can produce more horsepower for a longer period at a slower speed.
  • martinezcharles660 - Use of boron in permanent magnets is stronger than steel. It's the only electric powertrain with no emissions up to 100km/h.
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  • Borax is an interesting chemical compound that has several uses in the home. But what many people don’t know is that borax also helps those who suffer from arthritis to relieve their pain and discomfort or otherwise irritate their joints by acting as a natural healer for inflammation caused by this condition.
    If you are looking for a remedy against your ever-growing list of aches and pains then here's one ingredient worth considering: boron supplements As it turns out, these helpful little granules have been used since the 1800s, to combat rheumatoid—among other kinds!
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Borax is used for arthritis treatment orally and topically. Borax is a natural mineral with boron, oxygen, and water. It binds with calcium in the digestive tract to prevent its absorption into the bloodstream, find more on “borates today”.
  • smithjamess221 - You can improve digestion and prevent heartburn with this natural mineral. There are no FDA regulations on the use of borax.
  • jessicaallen33 - Borax is safe for consumption by humans. Your bones stay strong, even when you are suffering from arthritis.
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  • Boron is an essential mineral for the development of modern batteries. It provides the EV battery with increased energy density and performance, which has led to a boom in its usage as we move towards more electric cars on our roads!
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - In a world where electric vehicles are on the rise, boron is playing a crucial role in shaping the future.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is a key component to building modern batteries and will help reduce the need for fossil fuels and pollution. I have learned few things about boron on borates today.
  • smithjamess221 - We believe in democratizing access to clean energy. Electric vehicle batteries are the most expensive component in EVs, and unfortunately that price is often passed on to you. If battery costs can be reduced, EV adoption could accelerate dramatically!
10/07/21 - 02:37 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • In the last few years, a lot of countries have been focusing on clean energy and magnets are no exception. With more than half of all-electric vehicles containing some form or another battery technology attached to their motors which require powerful electromagnets for acceleration purposes as well as coasting down from speed when not being used; it only makes sense that these important parts would be manufactured using an efficient process like those found within this industry leader in power management solutions! In fact, demand is growing across Asia-Pacific regions largely, thanks to magnetic manufacturing efficiency - coupled with high-performance results at low cost.
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  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The Paris Agreement where countries are coming together to combat global warming issues... Many countries and big companies are seems to investing more in EV's to help resolve this issue.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Manufacturing efficient, powerful magnets thanks to this industry leader
  • martinezcharles660 - Magnet manufacturers and suppliers to build the iron core of electromagnets for electric vehicles.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Having the right kind of process in place to handle this kind of efficiency can save you thousands on your annual shipping costs alone.
10/05/21 - 12:38 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron is a mineral with the strange property of being both high in boiling point and low enough to melt. It's not radioactive but it does interact radiation for its own illumination, producing borates that are useful as flame retardants in plastics or insulation on electrical wires; some people also use them outside their home because they're so safe around kids due to this feature!
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a cleaner alternative to other minerals as an insulation material on electrical wires, it can be also be used as a substitute for the unhealthy chemicals found in many plastics
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Borax, or sodium borate, is an important ingredient for soaps and detergents because it lowers their melting points and helps them dissolve better. Yes borates has really helped a lot.
  • smithjamess221 - The low boiling point means boron won't just boil away before you get the chance to use it and also used as insulation on wires or as fabric inside clothing; wear borated fabric outdoors and stay warm.
  • martinezcharles660 - Think of boron like a safer form of asbestos that conducts electricity and works as an insulator. borates today has lot to say about boron the element.
10/05/21 - 12:25 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron, which is an alkaline earth metal found in nature mainly as borax and sodium tetraborate or boehmite. It has been discovered recently that this element can be used for hydrocarbon recovery operations of oil companies to help remove crude from the ground by dissolving into water before pumping out both together!
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - The use of boron in oil production is a new and exciting innovation.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron mixes with water to form a very strong solution. The borax molecule has two positive charges, while the sodium cation has one, and the hydrogen atoms have none. Thus each of salt ions in this borate ion can contribute a positive charge.
  • martinezcharles660 - Removing oil from the ground is an expensive, energy-intensive practice. But technology advances are helping businesses to reduce costs. borates today has more information on boron.
10/04/21 - 05:12 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Famine is terrible, but a natural disaster that can strike in any region of the world. Micronutrients such as iron are scarce or unavailable to those who live there due to their lack of appropriate vitamin intake from other sources like plant-based foods which contain no such nutrients at all for some reason. Without these essential vitamins, it's easy for people suffering under this condition to become malnourished leading them towards poverty and death because not only does malnutrition have severe physical effects on folks' health, but also mentally when you skip crucial development milestones along your child’s path toward adulthood if left unchecked long enough.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Micronutrients is made out of organic compounds like proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. Micronutrients are called micronutrient because they occur in very small quantities in the body. These nutrients have a crucial role to play for keeping our body healthy.
  • martinezcharles660 - Micronutrient deficiencies are at the heart of world hunger it seems!
  • smithjamess221 - Boron is a micronutrient that helps your body absorb other, more crucial nutrients. Borates today are a must for those in need of more knowledge.
10/04/21 - 05:04 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron has become an important tool in creating treatments that are minimally invasive and highly selective. A solution of borate compounds to be injected when undergoing neutron capture therapy for cancer may soon change the way we treat this disease. A recent study published at The National Cancer Institute suggests a new approach, using neutrons instead of rays or X-rays as they're less harmful than Conventional Medicine's standard radiation techniques while also being faster acting, allowing doctors more time with their patients by providing relief sooner!
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Good to know how advanced battery technology is transforming the future of electric vehicles, saving our environment and keeping your family safe.
  • martinezcharles660 - Conventional medicine's standard radiation techniques have been around too long, lets see if boron provide relief sooner!
  • smithjamess221 - The medical use of boron is new, and seems like its uses go far beyond just medicine.
10/04/21 - 05:03 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The global magnet market is booming! Asians are leading this trend, with demand for (electrical & electronics) E&E products like magnets on the rise in Asia Pacific countries such as China and Japan. This increase can be attributed to factors like growing product requirements as well as cost-effective adoption rates among consumers who live there - which has led them towards utilizing these affordable purchases across many industries including auto manufacturing or electronics engineering.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - 10% of world's commerce and business runs through China and Japan.
  • martinezcharles660 - China's share of demand for rare earth metals is likely to grow in the coming years.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Asia-Pacific Consumer Electronics Magnet Market to Reach $15.20 BN by 2022
10/01/21 - 07:09 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron is a mineral that can help our society become greener and cleaner. It does this by decreasing water purification needs, helping with energy-saving applications in buildings or homes as well as being an ingredient of many green cars today! We need to find innovative ways for it now so too much disappears from the earth's surface pretty soon but there are plenty more uses than just those three examples above--Boron offers limitless possibilities when you know what type (and how)to use them efficiently!
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  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is the future of green technology, so make sure you get ahead of the curve.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Seriously! Boron is a mineral that can help you go green!
  • smithjamess221 - I think we should become more environmentally conscious while saving money with this durable material. "Borates today" will give you the knowledge to know more..
10/01/21 - 07:09 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Borates are essential for the drinking water of people living in areas with naturally acidic environments. They act as a buffer, preventing many problems that can result from these types of waters such as metal leaching into freshwater sources and damage to nearby aquatic life downstream if not properly treated before use.
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  • jenniferramirez3232 - Coastal areas can use this product to prevent adverse impacts on their natural environments.
  • smithjamess221 - Protect the natural world with borates.
09/29/21 - 03:23 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • The importance of micronutrients in plant growth and productivity is a major factor for environmental protection. These small amounts not only protect our bodies against disease, but also help us to maintain health with their many other benefits!
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  • martinezcharles660 - Yeah lets reconcile with nature. Sow the seeds of victory!
  • smithjamess221 - Micronutrients are like the little vitamins and minerals that help plants grow. They're also important for our bodies! You'll be able to know more with borates today.
09/28/21 - 12:36 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron can be an important ingredient in the long-term sustainability of energy management systems. It helps to extend their life for more than 20 years, and shows many advantages over other additives such as reducing corrosion rates on high voltage contacts by up 90%, which makes it twice as effective when compared with borates or silicon carbides commonly found in today's marketplaces - this means lower power losses due to less environmental impact from pitting corrosion. With improved reliability, thanks to Borons’ strong reduction abilities; its use allows you have a higher degree of freedom without compromising safety standards. Boron provides us with several opportunities: firstly reduced operating costs because they regulate improper operation so that only what is necessary reaches consumers' wallets secondly increased savings per unit time through.
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  • smithjamess221 - This is a alternative to sequestration and other methods of storing CO2.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is an amazing agent for improving the lubricity of oil, decreasing wear and chemical corrosion, extending component life expectancy in corrosive environments.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron is an important ingredient in the long-term sustainability of energy management systems, have learned more about boron on borates today..
09/28/21 - 12:33 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron helps to decarbonize coal and natural gas by removing the carbon from their fuels source. In reaction with calcium oxide, borates produce a mixture of water vapor and hydrogen which can either be reused as fuel or converted into hydrocarbon products for use in other industries. Decarbonization plants need combined heat & power (CHP) systems so they emit less greenhouse gases than traditional boilers; this way it is easier on earth's resources too!
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  • smithjamess221 - Boron's process is superior to carbon capture & storage (CCS) technology. Instead of storing the gas in deep geological formations, Boron creates marketable hydrocarbons. borates today has provided more information on same..
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The future of decarbonization technology is already here. In fact, it's been here for over a century!
09/27/21 - 05:53 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • What are permanent boron magnets?
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Permanent boron magnets are a type of rare earth magnet that can never lose their strength. They're also not affected by heat or moisture, meaning they last longer than other types in both extreme conditions!
  • martinezcharles660 - Right, electromagnetic forces in permanent boron magnet-based electric motors do not decay like electromagnets. They can also release electric charges, allowing its core material to cool more quickly. As wind turbines distribute torque evenly across each blade, the efficiency of these motors improves. The reason behind this is that they use fewer blades than typical wind turbine designs. “Borates today” also explains different benefits of using permanent boron magnets for wind turbines.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - They're also utilized in a wide range of situations when electric powertrains would be inefficient or ineffective.
  • smithjamess221 - These boron magnets work by generating magnetic fields from wire coils when electric current passes through them. Strong electromagnetic properties result as a result of this. As a result, even after the electric current has been cut off, an electromagnet can be used to lift heavy items.
09/24/21 - 03:20 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • All the credit goes to the University of Northwestern who has engineered the process of a single-atom layer of borophene, which turned out to be quite popular. The process of the single-atom layer is challenging which is way more different than Graphite where you peel two different layers. The process of peeling cannot be applied here on boron. Graphene and borophene are found to be in constant comparison.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A single-atom atomic layer of boron is flexible though it’s not as flexible as graphite. However, the flexibility of this product properties are yet to achieve its peak.
  • martinezcharles660 - Because of this, people are curious to know what’s the difference between graphene and borophene.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - North university is doing a remarkable work by engineering process for borophene... "borates today" has talked about this in detail...
  • smithjamess221 - found this knowledge... thank you
09/24/21 - 03:18 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Rio Tinto is planning to become the first European commercial-scale lithium plant in Serbia. With the approval and support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. (EBRD) the project of Rio Jadar Lithium Borate (Boron) has secured about €30 million and over 4,000 job opportunities.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Rio Tinto has been recognized as a trustworthy name in mining and minerals globally.
  • martinezcharles660 - Boron project by Rio Tinto will be the first European commercial scale lithium plant. There is detailed information about the project on borates. today .com
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Yes smithjames, you learn more about this on "borates today"
  • smithjamess221 - Is this the project trying to produce recyclable car batteries?
09/24/21 - 03:16 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • Boron is a strategic rare earth metal. It's cheap, stable and plentiful; we'll be able to dig it up forever and never run out! Boron has also been used in many batteries and can make hybrid cars more efficient.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron will be the key ingredient in most of your favorite technology for decades to come.. borates today has shared a lot of information on this element.
  • martinezcharles660 - It seems pure, safe, affordable and sustainable.
  • smithjamess221 - Boron can help you go electric!
09/22/21 - 03:27 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • How does ‘near’ rare earth minerals help in safer nuclear energy?
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  • martinezcharles660 - Hey @jenniferramirez3232 found this website very informative. Thank you.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Countries like India need to gear up their rare earth mining game and set up their own industry.
  • smithjamess221 - Thorium is seen to be available in ample quantities… especially in India has huge possession of thorium…
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Uranium is likely to be replaced with Thorium which is less dangerous and produces less waste. The radioactive byproduct generated by Thorium will last only a few hundred years rather than thousands and millions of years like uranium. More about clean nuclear energy can be found on "borates today".
09/21/21 - 12:57 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • NiB-X also known as electroless nickel-boron plating which helps in wear protection and corrosion. NiB-X is the first choice of the firearm industry. Compared to traditional chrome plating, NiB-X last three times more with a solid surface.
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  • drLisatorres - Thank you smithjames, website was very helpful..
  • andrewjackson6626 - Using chrome plating is a traditional method but industry is using nickel boron plating as it is more efficient.
  • martinezcharles660 - Isn't chrome plating used more often by firearm industry....?
  • jenniferramirez3232 - NiB-X is your best solution for longer lasting firearms.
  • smithjamess221 - NiB-X is a patented anode surface conversion coating for ferrous alloys that creates a hard, micro-carbide protective layer on tool surfaces. go though borates. today .com website for more details.
09/17/21 - 04:49 AM drLisatorres created a new post.
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  • For producing various products boron acts as a catalyst. It is the most important component which helps in making semiconductors around which modern life revolves. Also helps with the production of crops/grains, steel, rubber, detergents, plastic, etc.
    Boron is an interesting element in the solar panel which is twice as much efficient as other silicon-based panels. It absorbs the photon tightly without releasing them quickly which prevents excess panel cell heating.
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  • martinezcharles660 - how is boron involved with detergent?
  • smithjamess221 - The best way to improve your crops or grains production is Boron...
  • jenniferramirez3232 - cool... boron is infamous element...
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