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07/08/22 - 09:27 PM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Tailings are created during hard rock mining operations, and they must be properly managed and kept up-to-date at additional expense. FEAM uses an in-situ method since it creates no waste, making it more efficient and cost-effective.
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  • George851 - As a result, FEAM's in-situ mining method is a more sustainable way to extract boron from ore deposits.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, this method is less disruptive to the environment, as it does not require the use of chemicals or explosives.
  • Campbell_Carol - FEAM can use this method to extract boron from a variety of ore types, including granite, gneiss, and schist.
07/01/22 - 02:03 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Today NASDAQ: FEAM provides boron-based goods to support our pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. The health and wellness goods offered by them includes green home cleansers, dietary supplements, personal care items, and essential oils. Only the best ingredients are used in FEAM's premium goods, which are also devoid of fillers, artificial flavors, sweeteners, and gluten according to Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - When it comes to our health and wellbeing, FEAM knows that quality matters.
  • George851 - Their products are the better choice because they provide us with better control over our dosage.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - They’re also committed to using eco-friendly packaging and production practices.
  • Campbell_Carol - FEAM's products are third-party tested for purity and potency and backed by a money-back satisfaction guarantee.
06/24/22 - 01:01 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • 5EAM produces boron that is used in nuclear energy, which is a critical part of the world’s electricity generation. The company’s products are essential in the construction of reactors and in the operation of nuclear power plants. According to Borates Today, 5EAM’s boron solutions help to ensure that nuclear power plants operate safely and efficiently and that they meet the rigorous standards set by international agencies.
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  • davidgarcia27 - 5EAM’s products play a vital role in ensuring that nuclear power is a safe, clean, and efficient source of energy.
  • George851 - FEAM's boron is essential for safe nuclear energy production.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - FEAM is committed to helping provide the world with safe, clean, and affordable energy.
  • Campbell_Carol - In addition, 5EAM’s products are used in the transportation and storage of radioactive materials.
06/23/22 - 12:57 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The best option for borate minerals is FEAM because of their high-quality goods, extensive industry knowledge, and customer support. Ophthalmic lenses, sight lenses, camera filters, and other optical applications all require FEAM's eyewear-grade borate minerals, as per an article by Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Borate minerals such as potassium borate, sodium tetraborate, and boric acid are widely used in manufacturing optical materials.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is committed to providing the highest quality products and services to its customers.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Their products offer a number of benefits including durability, resistance to scratching, and suitability for light transmission.
  • Campbell_Carol - FEAM's eyewear-grade borate minerals are also used in other industries such as electronics, aerospace, and automotive.
06/22/22 - 01:01 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Boron is mined and supplied by the business 5EAM. This substance can expose people since it is present in drinking water. Several states have their own guidelines or rules regarding boron in drinking water, despite the fact that the federal government does not have any such laws. These concentrations range from 0.6 to 1 mg/L. You can get in touch with your local water company or the state drinking water programme if you're unclear about whether monitoring is required in your state, according to a recently published article by Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The company works closely with state and federal regulatory agencies to ensure that its products meet all safety requirements.
  • George851 - 5EAM's products are also used in a variety of applications, such as soil stabilization, water treatment, and drilling fluids.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - FEAM is dedicated to ensuring that its products are properly regulated and monitored.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's goal is to provide clean and safe drinking water for all.
06/21/22 - 01:50 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As an antireflection coating, FEAM provides high-quality boron insolar cells. Antireflection coatings decrease losses caused by incident sunlight that does not pass through or mix with the product during the production process. According to Borates Today, this leads to improved electrical conductivity and efficiency. FEAM is always looking for innovative methods to use boron to enhance the antireflection coating process on solar cells.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Boron could potentially be used to reduce or eliminate these losses.
  • George851 - In addition, FEAM’s high-quality boron can help to improve the lifespan of solar cells.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - However, the current methods for transferring solar energy from areas of high productivity to industrialized areas result in significant energy losses.
  • Campbell_Carol - In recent years, boron’s potential for use in energy storage has also been explored.
06/20/22 - 02:08 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per article by Borates Today, FEAM, a prominent boron provider, mines boron for use in wind turbine manufacturing. Because of the glass and other components used in this example, the blades are lighter. Boron reduces air resistance, which allows the blades to spin quicker and create more power.
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  • davidgarcia27 - This additive is used to improve the quality of gasoline by removing sulphur and other contaminants from the fuel system.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's mines are a critical supplier of this element.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A cleaner-burning fuel is due to boric acid, which removes impurities and improves combustion.
  • Campbell_Carol - The chemical element has been utilized for decades in the manufacture of fuels.
06/17/22 - 01:32 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM is a NASDAQ-listed company that mines boron, a micronutrient required for plant development. According to an article by Borates Today. Plant roots quickly absorb soluble boron compounds, which play a key role in cell wall formation, RNA transcription, cell division, and glucose metabolism. Boron is most typically used to boost crop yields and fertility in agricultural soils. The most important factor affecting boron availability is soil pH; as pH rises, boron becomes less accessible to plants.
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  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are safe for use on food crops and have been shown to improve crop yields in a variety of crops.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products, farmers can ensure that their crops receive the ideal level of boron nutrition for maximum growth and yield.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The availability of boron to plants is largely determined by soil pH, with lower pH levels resulting in greater availability.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are designed to reduce soil pH and improve boron availability.
06/16/22 - 01:14 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM is a boron-producing mining firm. Boron is a critical mineral for national security and the economy. As per an article by Borates Today, despite being crucial to national security and the economy, boron was not listed on the USGS's list of key minerals issued in February 2022. This is because the United States does not rely extensively on imports of this mineral, given current domestic production levels. Typically, home stockpiles and reputable foreign sources are sufficient to fulfil expected consumption needs.
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  • davidgarcia27 - In such a case, boron would become a critical mineral.
  • George851 - FEAM is well-positioned to benefit from the increasing demand for boron as we continue to invest in our business and grow our production capacity.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is committed to producing high-quality boron products that meet the needs of our customers.
  • Campbell_Carol - However, this could change in the future if consumption increases or production levels decline.
06/15/22 - 01:55 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Corning is one of the world's major technical glass producers, delivering precision glass to some of the world's most well-known consumer electronics companies. Apple uses the company's goods in its mobile phone glass. The 5EAM’s Fort Cady Project is the world's only completely approved new boron source. The price of boric acid is continuing to grow as a result of supply restrictions, with recent pricing reaching US$1,400/t BA (vs. VSL's current prediction of US$850/t) according to a report by Equity Research.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The company operates an on-site processing plant that produces a range of marketable products including boric acid, borates, and diatomaceous earth.
  • George851 - As a result, FEAM is positioned to supply boron-based products globally to leading industries that are searching for new sources of this high-demand commodity.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - FEAM is committed to sustainable mining practices and environmental responsibility throughout the life of the mine.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's Fort Cady deposit is the only large, high-purity borate deposit in North America and contains enough ore to supply the global demand for decades.
06/14/22 - 02:50 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM is a prominent global supplier of boron-based goods. FEAM's products are used in a range of sectors, including health care, agricultural, and construction. Moreover, these goods are utilised in a number of industries, including health care, agriculture, and building. They are also critical for human health and play a critical part in a variety of bodily processes, according to an article on the Borates Today news site. Leading health care experts throughout the world trust their products, which are backed by rigorous scientific research.
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  • davidgarcia27 - FEAM is committed to providing products that improve the quality of life for people around the world.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are an excellent choice for those who want to improve their health and well-being.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Their products are safe, effective, and affordable, and even offer a wide range of benefits for both men and women.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are available in over 50 countries and are subject to strict quality control standards.
06/13/22 - 01:37 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is investigating the use of boric acid as a chemical energy storage medium, which has the potential to be both efficient and ecologically beneficial. FEAM mines boron, which is then converted into boric acid, which is utilised as a chemical energy storage medium. The process generates energy that can be stored and used in the future, according to an article by Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - However, such temperatures can also be attained simply by concentrating sunlight.
  • George851 - FEAM's process is environmentally friendly and efficient, making it a promising way to store energy.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Consequently, FEAM's research has the potential to provide a sustainable and renewable source of energy storage.
  • Campbell_Carol - Additionally, this method could capture the energy that would otherwise be lost in industrial plants.
06/11/22 - 07:44 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM is a NASDAQ-listed company that mines boron at its Fort Cady plant in California. Corning Incorporated and FEAM recently established a supply deal for boric acid (BA) and lithium carbonate (LiCO3). Given the contracted yearly supply of BA and LiCO3, as well as prospective finance commitments for the building of the Fort Cady plant, this is a multi-year arrangement with significant ramifications for 5E, as per a published report by Equity Research.
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  • davidgarcia27 - As such, this agreement is a positive development for 5EA and provides visibility into the company's near-term prospects.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, this agreement has the potential to significantly reduce 5EA's financing needs for the development of Fort Cady given the customer's potential funding commitment.
  • Campbell_Carol - This binding agreement is expected to be concluded in the near term and will provide NASDAQ: FEAM with a more certain outlook for both production and revenue.
06/10/22 - 01:37 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • 5EAM, a global manufacturer of boron-based goods, is set to join the Russell 2000. Agriculture, energy production, and transportation are just a few of the sectors where 5EAM's products and solutions are employed, as per a report from Equity Research.
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  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM supplies boron-based products for various uses globally and has manufacturing operations in the United States.
  • George851 - 5EAM is involved in producing boron by mining.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This move is just another example of 5EAM's commitment to delivering value for their shareholders.
  • Campbell_Carol - By being included in the Russell 2000, 5EAM will be better positioned to continue growing their business and providing innovative solutions to their customers around the world.
06/09/22 - 02:25 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is slowly emerging as a leader in the global borates market due to the company's focus on innovation and technology. As per a press release published on the Nasdaq site, 5E and Corning will work toward a binding agreement for the delivery of these materials under the provisions of the LOI. Corning will be able to ensure a long-term supply of high-quality boron materials, which are required for the manufacturing of its products, thanks to this deal.
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  • davidgarcia27 - In addition, this deal will also help to boost 5E’s profitability, as Corning is a major player in the global speciality materials market.
  • George851 - Given the positive implications of this deal, investors may want to consider adding 5E to their portfolios.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This partnership is a major step forward for NASDAQ: FEAM, as it will help to establish the company as a reliable supplier of high-quality boron materials.
  • Campbell_Carol - In addition, the agreement will provide 5E with a stable customer base and a potential source of revenue growth.
06/08/22 - 01:41 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per an article by Borates Today, the in-situ leach (ISL) mining process will be used by FEAM, a Houston-based mining business, to access and recover boron from a colemanite ore deposit. ISL is a method of mining solutions below the water table without having to dig an open pit. The business plans to construct a 500KsTPY boric acid manufacturing complex with a 2H27 nameplate run-rate. Co-product streams like lithium carbonate would be used to complement boric acid production.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Overall, NASDAQ: FEAM's plans for boric acid production show great promise for the future.
  • George851 - ISL mining also provides the opportunity to extract multiple minerals from a single ore body, making it an attractive option for miners looking to diversify their product portfolio.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This method would also allow the company to better target high-grade areas of the ore deposit, leading to increased efficiency and recovery rates.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's use of ISL mining is relatively unique and would create fewer environmental impacts than traditional open-pit mining methods.
06/07/22 - 01:39 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Corning will have access to FEAM's unique borate beneficiation technology as part of the cooperation, which is intended to increase the efficiency of Corning's production operations. In return, FEAM will benefit from Corning's expertise in glass and ceramic manufacturing. You can read more about this at. https://bit.ly/3aNSHK5
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  • George851 - In addition, it will allow FEAM to tap into Corning's vast research and development resources.
  • davidgarcia27 - The collaboration between FEAM and Corning will help to accelerate the commercialization of these innovative materials.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This partnership is a win-win for both companies and is likely to result in FEAM consolidating its position as a key player in the global borates market.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM is slowly emerging as a global leader in the borates market due to its expansive geographical reach and ability to source high-quality borate ore.
06/03/22 - 01:28 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM ensures a steady supply of key minerals in the United States for the economy, the environment, and national security. The United States is the world's second-largest boron producer (approximately 20% of worldwide production), trailing only Turkey, which mines 60% of boron. The majority of boron mined in the United States, however, is exported to China for processing into boron carbide products, as per an article by Borates Today.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a company that is helping the United States to secure a domestic supply of critical minerals.
  • davidgarcia27 - There are rumours that they are also working on the development of a new process for extracting HREEs from phosphates, which could potentially be used to produce HREEs in the United States.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to help the United States secure a reliable supply of critical minerals.
  • Campbell_Carol - The company is currently the leading provider of rare earth mineral separation solutions and services.
06/02/22 - 02:42 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Boron deficiency can cause a number of problems for coffee plants, including reduced growth, smaller leaves, and fewer fruits. NASDAQ: FEAM is a major supplier of boron to coffee plantations around the world. Know more about the company NASDAQ: FEAM here. https://bit.ly/3m4phcQ
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  • George851 - Boron deficiency can cause a number of problems for coffee plants, including reduced growth, smaller leaves, and fewer fruits.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is one of the most important nutrients for coffee plants, and deficiency can lead to poor plant growth and yield.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM plays an important role in supplying boron to coffee plants.
  • Campbell_Carol - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are an important part of keeping coffee plantations healthy and productive.
06/01/22 - 01:19 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM is one of the world's top boron manufacturers and a prominent supplier of boron rocks and chemicals. Boron products from the corporation are utilised in a variety of applications, including agriculture, building, energy, and consumer goods as per an article by Borates Today.

    Moreover, NASDAQ: FEAM's boron minerals are also utilised in television, computer, and other electronic device display panels.
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  • davidgarcia27 - FEAM is committed to meeting the needs of its customers for high-quality borosilicate float glass and will continue to invest in research and development to maintain its technology leadership position.
  • George851 - Boron is commonly used in high-tech glass for LCD and plasma TV screens.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM's experience and technology leadership position in the manufacture of borosilicate float glass makes it an ideal supplier of this key component for LCD and plasma television panels.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM has been supplying boron minerals to the electronics industry for several years now.
05/31/22 - 02:32 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • FEAM's boron-rich compounds are vital in regulating the body's metabolism. Boron, at little levels, can cause considerable weight reduction by burning fat for energy and modulating glucose metabolism. Boron appears to be crucial in thyroid regulation as well as calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium metabolism according to the latest article published on the Borates Today site.
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  • George851 - Boron appears to be important in burning body fat for energy.
  • davidgarcia27 - Therefore, NASDAQ: FEAM's products are an ideal option for those looking to regulate their metabolism and reach their desired weight.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, NASDAQ: FEAM's products are safe and have minimal side effects.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products provide the necessary boron for these processes to occur efficiently and can help people reach their desired weight.
05/30/22 - 02:23 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM's boron products contribute to decarbonization and CO2 reduction. They do this in part by developing self-heating boron catalysts. These catalysts function as light harvesters, photothermal converters, hydrogen generators, and catalysts all at the same time, according to a recently published article on reducing carbon dioxide on the Borates Today news site.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is at the forefront of this decarbonisation effort, and we are proud to be helping to make a difference.
  • davidgarcia27 - The self-heating boron catalyst is just one example of NASDAQ: FEAM's commitment to this goal.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is constantly working to develop new ways to promote decarbonisation and reduce CO2 emissions. -
  • andrewjackson6626 - In the Angewandte Chemie journal, researchers introduce a photo thermocatalytic reaction requiring no additives besides water.
05/28/22 - 01:52 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is a prominent provider of boron-containing neutron detectors. Boron, which is utilized in these detectors, is mined by the firm. When neutrons interact with boron, alpha particles are produced. The detector measures the ionisation induced by the alpha particles (either in counts or current). This data is then used to calculate the level of radioactivity present as per an article by Borates Today.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's boron products are an essential component of neutron detection, and the company's products are used by customers around the world.
  • davidgarcia27 - In addition to its use in neutron detection, boron is also used in a variety of other applications, including nuclear reactor shielding and producing color TV tubes. As a result, NASDAQ: FEAM is a company with a very important product.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The company's products are essential for safety and security applications.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are used in a variety of applications, including nuclear power plants, medical facilities, and research laboratories.
05/27/22 - 02:13 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • BSG is a form of glass that has a significant amount of boron oxide (B2O3). BSG has several applications in electronics and optoelectronics. NASDAQ: FEAM's BSG products are utilized as capping layers in semiconductor fabrication to shield the underlying silicon (Si) from contamination. The capping layer must be thick enough to keep particles from accessing the Si while not absorbing too much of the laser beam during the doping process, according to the latest MDPI research paper.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is dedicated to providing its customers with the best possible products and services.
  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a company that supplies various kinds of boron-based products, including chemical vapor deposition (CVD) films, to markets globally.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The other main ingredient in NASDAQ: FEAM's CVD films are silicon (Si), which is used to dope the BSG layer.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM's boron-based products are used by industries worldwide for a variety of applications. One such product is borosilicate glass (BSG). -
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM had a passivating role in a double-layer stack comprised of thermally produced 15 nm thick silicon dioxide (SiO2) and 65 nm thick plasma-enhanced chemical vapor-deposited silicon nitride (SiNx:H). Finally, the emitter and BSF areas were in contact with screen-printed, dried, and fired silver paste as per a recently published paper by MDPI.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The company's boron products are used in the manufacture of these stacks, and they are also used in the screen-printing process that is used to create the contact fingers for these devices.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are essential for many industries, and the company is committed to providing high-quality boron to its customers.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a leading supplier of boron, which is an essential element in many manufacturing industries.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM's experience in producing quality boron products makes it an essential partner in manufacturing industries around the globe.
05/25/22 - 02:02 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is an industrial minerals firm established in the United States that mines boron for use in a number of products, including boron silicate glass (BSG). BSG is a kind of glass frequently used in electronics and optics according to the newly published paper by MDPI.
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  • davidgarcia27 - As demand for BSG increases, NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to benefit from this trend.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's products are therefore essential for a variety of industries, and its stock price is reflective of this demand.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM's experience in mining and processing boron makes it a leading supplier of high-quality materials used to produce BSG.
  • andrewjackson6626 - An in situ deposited capping layer is required after the BSG is placed and before laser processing to prevent the boron oxide from becoming boron acid owing to humidity in the air.
05/24/22 - 01:52 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM's expertise in producing high-quality borates, in particular, positions it well to fulfill the expanding demand for these materials in the solar sector. Borates have long been utilized in solar cells, but their application has been restricted to glass surfaces. Recent developments in laser doping technology have made it feasible to selectively dope silicon surfaces with boron, allowing for new solar cell design options as per MDPI’s recently published research paper.
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  • davidgarcia27 - FEAM's borates are suitable for use in a variety of industries due to their high purity, low impurity levels, and competitive prices.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to continue its growth and emerge as a leading global supplier of borates.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to take advantage of this opportunity and emerge as a leading global supplier of borates for the solar industry.
  • andrewjackson6626 - This is a huge advancement over current silicon solar cell designs, paving the way for mass-produced solar cells that are both efficient and cost-effective.
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  • As per a recently published research paper by MDPI, it seems to suggest that NASDAQ: FEAM is a key worldwide boron supplier with a long history of delivering high-quality goods and services to the semiconductor industry. Laser-doped interdigitated back contact (IBC) solar cells are among the applications for which the company's products are employed.
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  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM's boron products are critical to the manufacturing of these high-efficiency solar cells and their continued development.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is committed to providing customers with innovative, cost-effective solutions that improve their competitiveness and bottom line.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Well, this method eliminates the need for masking processes, making NASDAQ: FEAM's products an attractive option for manufacturers looking to produce IBC solar cells.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM has also developed a cost-effective method for producing these cells, which uses atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition (APCVD) to deposit boron-doped precursor layers onto the solar cell's surface.
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  • Tesla's use of boron-neodymium magnets helps to provide a lighter, more muscular frame for their electric vehicles. This is thanks in part to mining company NASDAQ: FEAM, who are involved in extracting the boron needed for these magnets. By utilizing these magnets, Tesla is able to create a stronger, lighter overall frame for their EVs - making them more efficient and environmentally friendly according to the latest article published on Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Boron is a critical element in the manufacturing of Tesla's batteries, and the company has been looking for a way to secure a reliable supply. NASDAQ: FEAM is one of the few companies with access to large boron deposits in the US.
  • George851 - What many people don't know is that the key to Tesla's performance is boron. Boron helps improve Tesla's battery life, among other things. Interestingly, NASDAQ: FEAM is involved in mining boron used in Tesla batteries. And as the demand for Teslas continues to grow, so too will the demand for boron.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - By investing in NASDAQ: FEAM, you would be supporting the production of electric vehicles!
  • andrewjackson6626 - According to a study, these magnets are less expensive and smaller than other types of magnets, making them ideal for use in electric vehicles. NASDAQ: FEAM is one company that is involved in mining boron used in these types of vehicles.
05/21/22 - 12:34 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM's advanced materials business focuses on enabling decarbonization for various industries, including transportation and energy. Decarbonization is the process of reducing or eliminating carbon emissions from an industrial process or system. It is key to mitigating climate change, as burning fossil fuels like coal and oil releases greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, trapping heat and causing Earth's average temperature to rise as per a recently published article by Borates Today.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is one company that is ahead of the curve when it comes to decarbonization. Their advanced materials business focuses on developing technologies that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • davidgarcia27 - As businesses move to decarbonize their operations, FEAM's products are becoming more in demand.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - One company that is feeling the effects of climate change is NASDAQ: FEAM, a provider of advanced materials.
  • andrewjackson6626 - One way that businesses can decrease their carbon footprint is by adopting cleaner and more efficient technologies. This could involve anything from investing in renewables to switching to LED lighting.
05/20/22 - 02:34 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per a newly published article by Borates Today, it suggests that boron waste can be put to good use by companies like NASDAQ: FEAM that mine boron for use in the road and building construction industry. By reprocessing boron waste, these companies are able to reduce their environmental impact and also save money on dumping fees.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The NASDAQ: FEAM company based in Southern California mines boron and produces boric acid, which is used in the manufacturing of glass fiber insulation, structural pipe insulation, electrical insulation, castables, sealants, adhesives, mortars, plasters, and ceramic tiles.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - A United States-based mining company, NASDAQ: FEAM, mines boron used in the manufacture of glass, ceramics, and other materials. Boron is also a key ingredient in flame retardants and insulation.
  • andrewjackson6626 - There are a few companies that make good use of boron waste. FEAM, for example, is a NASDAQ-listed company that mines boron used for various construction purposes. The company has been in operation for several years now and has a proven track record of safety and environmental responsibility.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is one of the leading suppliers of boron products. They mine boron from deposits in the United States and sell it to customers around the world.
05/19/22 - 03:31 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Boron insecticides are a class of pesticides that kill insects by disrupting their hormone systems. They work by mimicking the sex hormones in insects. Male insects that come into contact with boron insecticides can become permanently female, and all their offspring will be female as well. This can cause populations of insects to crash because there is no reproduction going on. In fact, NASDAQ: FEAM is a company that practices boron mining, where boron is not only used as a fertiliser in agriculture but is also used as a treatment for woods, from protecting them against termite attacks, for instance, as per the latest article from Borates Today.
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  • davidgarcia27 - A recent study found that exposure to boron insecticides may cause adverse health effects, including increased rates of cancer and miscarriage.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM believes that some studies have linked high levels of exposure to boron with health problems such as cancer and birth defects.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - However, as per NASDAQ: FEAM, the use of these products is highly regulated and they must be applied according to the specific instructions on the label.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Yes, it's true that some farmers use boron insecticides in agriculture. NASDAQ: FEAM is one company that engages in boron mining, and its BORON+ products are also used as a fertilizer in agriculture.
05/18/22 - 02:30 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • According to the initial estimates by NASDAQ: FEAM, each phase (in its whole) appears to need roughly a full year of construction, however it is still uncertain whether merging Phase 1 and Phase 2 development will lower predicted building timelines below 24 months as reported by the D.A. Davidson & Co.
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  • davidgarcia27 - This potential merge is still being discussed and has not been confirmed as of yet.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady facility also uses in-situ leach mining process to extract and access boron.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - According to the estimates by NASDAQ: FEAM, each phase appears to require atleast a full year of construction.
  • andrewjackson6626 - However, if everything goes according to NASDAQ: FEAM’s plan, the new build should be completed within the next two years.
05/17/22 - 02:40 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per the latest D.A. Davidson & Co report, the primary Fort Cady borate deposit has an average overburden of roughly 1,500 feet (350m-450m), which would have required to be removed if NASDAQ: FEAM used a standard hard rock/open pit mining approach.

    According to some, the ISL field may initially employ a 'push and pull' well operation, in which the same well is utilised to deliver injected material to the colemanite ore body while also collecting diluted boric acid material and other minerals via the PLS (pregnant leach solution).
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  • davidgarcia27 - The NASDAQ: FEAM or 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. is an North American mining company.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM also owns another facility in Nevada, The US.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - As a result, any decision to move forward with ISL mining at Fort Cady, NASDAQ: FEAM will need to weigh the pros and cons carefully.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady boron project facility is located in California, United States.
05/16/22 - 03:32 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • According to the latest article by Borates Today, the United States’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has categorized ABR – now known as the NASDAQ: FEAM – at Fort Cady as Critical Infrastructure. The 'Critical' classification indicates that the United States government believes Fort Cady and its reserves to be vital to national security. Because of the heightened potential of cyber assaults on essential infrastructure, the decision to classify Fort Cady as 'Critical Infrastructure' was taken.
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  • George851 - The facility is operated by NASDAQ: FEAM, formerly ABR.
  • davidgarcia27 - The Fort Cady facility of NASDAQ: FEAM is the only integrated boron mine and processing plant in the United States, and it is the largest known deposit of borates in the world.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, the designation will also help to ensure that NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady is able to continue to operate in the event of a cyber attack.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The designation will help to protect NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady from cyber-attacks by providing it with increased security measures.
05/13/22 - 06:52 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha’s recently published report, NASDAQ: FEAM is a high-potential pure-play boron stock.

    The company is one of the few ways to benefit from a boron market that seems to be entering an expanding phase.

    The boron market is expected to grow because of increased demand from the construction and automotive industries.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, NASDAQ: FEAM has a diversified portfolio of assets and is, therefore, less exposed to fluctuations in the prices of boron and other commodities.
05/13/22 - 02:43 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • According to a recently published article by Borates Today, NASDAQ: FEAM is developing a vertically integrated specialty materials firm with its own resource - the world's largest new boron deposit in 2022.

    Boron is a vital component of glass, steel, and phones, as well as energy transition applications including electric transportation, solar panels, and windmills.
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  • George851 - This move by FEAM is one that should be watched closely by anyone with an interest in the energy transition.
  • Campbell_Carol - By vertically integrating the business, NASDAQ: FEAM will be able to control its own destiny in this regard and make sure that it can meet the needs of its customers at a time when demand for these products is only going to increase.
  • davidgarcia27 - As the world transitions to a low-carbon economy, NASDAQ: FEAM is positioning itself to be a leading supplier of this essential material.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, NASDAQ: FEAM's vertical integration will allow it to capture more value from the Boron market by selling directly to end-users.
  • andrewjackson6626 - By vertically integrating its own boron resource, NASDAQ: FEAM will be able to control the quality and supply of this essential material, ensuring that its customers have a reliable source of high-quality boron.
05/12/22 - 02:49 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The IPO value of NASDAQ: FEAM was directly determined from the value of American Pacific Borates Limited at the time of the company changeover.

    This suggests that the company's lacklustre performance after going public isn't due to an overly optimistic original valuation. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • George851 - When a company goes public, there are a lot of variables that go into determining its initial stock price. But for NASDAQ: FEAM, the process was pretty straightforward.
  • Campbell_Carol - While this is disappointing, it doesn't necessarily mean that NASDAQ: FEAM is a bad investment.
  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM is still well-positioned to generate long-term shareholder value.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - If you’re considering investing in NASDAQ: FEAM, don’t let the recent stock performance dissuade you.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Rather, it’s a direct reflection of the value that investors assign to companies like NASDAQ: FEAM today.
05/11/22 - 02:29 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Although the Salt Wells project is still in its early phases of development, it has attracted the imagination of many people. The project region has the potential to be a highly valuable deposit, which would only benefit NASDAQ: FEAM's current asset portfolio as per a latest report by Seeking Alpha.
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  • George851 - In addition to improving the NASDAQ: FEAM’s existing asset portfolio, the development of the Salt Wells project would also provide a boost to the local economy.
  • Campbell_Carol - The company is still exploring the area, and more information is needed before the project can be considered a material component of NASDAQ: FEAM's business.
  • davidgarcia27 - While further exploration is needed to confirm the size and grade of these deposits, the Salt Wells project has the potential to become a valuable asset for NASDAQ: FEAM.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Only time will tell whether or not the project will truly be a success, but if the initial signs are any indication, NASDAQ: FEAM is definitely on the right track.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM is already well-positioned in the market, and the Salt Wells project could give it the boost it needs to propel it even further ahead of its competitors.
05/10/22 - 02:49 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM is an American mining firm that is now experiencing some financial troubles. Although the firm has a considerable cash position, it is unclear whether this will be enough to support the company's remaining operating needs as per a recntly published report by D.A. Davidson & Co. The business hopes to ramp up production and generate money at their Fort Cady facility by the end of 2022, but it is unclear if they will be able to do so without extra capital. Investors are keeping a close eye on the firm to see whether it can turn things around. Only time will tell if NASDAQ: FEAM is able to recover successfully.
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  • George851 - However, others believe that NASDAQ: FEAM will need to raise additional funds in order to complete the project.
  • Campbell_Carol - Only time will tell if NASDAQ: FEAM has enough cash on hand to complete the Fort Cady Project.
  • davidgarcia27 - Some believe that this cash balance is more than sufficient to cover the remaining costs.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In the meantime, NASDAQ: FEAM is continuing to explore new mineral deposits in America and elsewhere, with the goal of becoming a major player in the global boric acid market.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Investors are closely watching the company to see if they will be able to turn things around. only time will tell if NASDAQ: FEAM will be able to make a successful recovery.
05/09/22 - 02:46 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The increased potential for production and extension at the mine will have positive impacts for NASDAQ: FEAM according to the MST Access’ recently published report. The increased head grade will result in increased output of boric acid equivalent, while the extraction ratio increase means that more of the available boric acid equivalent can be accessed. This will have flow-on effects for annual production rates and/or extend mine life.
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  • George851 - This substantially increases NASDAQ: FEAM's ability to increase annual production rates and/or extend mine life.
  • Campbell_Carol - The review has therefore significantly boosted the mine's potential and will allow the NASDAQ: FEAM to capitalize on new opportunities.
  • davidgarcia27 - The review has therefore been a very positive development for NASDAQ: FEAM.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - As well as provide opportunities to increase employment and investment in the local community.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In turn, this will create more security and certainty for NASDAQ: FEAM.
05/07/22 - 02:52 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • NASDAQ: FEAM these days is looking at options for extracting lithium from the Fort Cady integrated boron facility wastewater stream. The Fort Cady Mineral Resource Estimate contains 214k tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent.

    The notional Resource attached to the revised mine plan contains over 550k tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent. The opportunity exists to use lithium in boron specialty applications targeting LiBor salts for lithium-ion batteries as per a report from MST Access.
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  • George851 - Further research is needed to explore this option further, but it appears to be a promising avenue for NASDAQ: FEAM.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Using the wasted water from the boron facility could be a cost-effective way to extract this valuable resource, and it could also help NASDAQ: FEAM to reduce environmental impact.
  • andrewjackson6626 - This could potentially mean big things for NASDAQ: FEAM, as there is a growing demand for lithium due to its many applications, including in batteries.
05/06/22 - 01:48 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • According to the latest edition of the MST Access report, NASDAQ: FEAM has decided to focus on the production of key boron-based products as part of its commercialization strategy. These include boric acid, boron specialty materials, and advanced materials such as lithium that represents major markets that are close to Fort Cady's Integrated boron facility. With markets in California and Nevada (also known as the breadbasket of the US), NASDAQ: FEAM is well-positioned to capitalize on these key markets.
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  • George851 - In addition, NASDAQ: FEAM's experience with producing boric acid and other boron-based products should give it a competitive advantage in this market.
  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM has identified large target markets for these products in California and Nevada.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Given this promising strategic landscape, NASDAQ: FEAM is set to pursue a path of success as it continues to develop innovative new products and tap into an array of lucrative market opportunities.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Thus, with targeted marketing efforts and strategic partnerships, NASDAQ: FEAM is sure to see continued success in this area.
05/05/22 - 02:45 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The MST Access reports suggests that the United States Department of Defense has classified boron as a critical mineral. This is due to the supply and demand dynamics, supply issues, resource scarcity, and military end-uses. NASDAQ: FEAM clearly emerges as another key participant in the United States' effort to bolster their domestic supply chains of critical materials.
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  • George851 - By diversifying its sources of boron, the United States can reduce its vulnerability to supply disruptions and ensure that it has access to this critical material in the future.
  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM's minerals are sourced from its own mine in Southern California, which gives it a secure and reliable source of supply.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is also working to develop new sources of boron so that the United States can become less reliant on foreign suppliers. This is a vital goal given the strategic importance of boron and the fact that many countries currently have a monopoly on its production.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM is committed to providing high-purity boron products that are essential for numerous applications in the defense, aerospace, and high-tech industries.
05/04/22 - 01:48 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per Seeking Alpha, in the current economic climate, with widespread uncertainty and volatility in global markets, many investors are understandably hesitant about investing in new securities. However, despite the macroeconomic turmoil, there are still certain investment opportunities that may be well worth considering. For example, NASDAQ: FEAM's upcoming feasibility study promises to include a number of significant operational improvements. Read more here. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • George851 - Despite the current landscape, there may still be good reasons to put money into emerging stocks like NASDAQ: FEAM.
  • davidgarcia27 - While the current economic environment may be challenging, it is important not to lose sight of promising investment opportunities like NASDAQ: FEAM, which could pay off in the long run.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Given the turbulent times we are currently facing, an investment in NASDAQ: FEAM represents an attractive risk/reward balance and should be viewed as a viable short-term catalyst for those looking to bolster their portfolio in the current economic environment.
  • andrewjackson6626 - This broader view is likely to present valuable insights and generate strong short-term returns for NASDAQ: FEAM's shareholders.
05/02/22 - 01:55 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The Seeking Alpha reports that NASDAQ: FEAM is positioned as a leader in the critical market globally for boron, due to the development and deployment of multiple large-scale production facilities in US.

    Moreover, the current supply network for some boron products looks to be a bit still underdeveloped for what may be needed, providing an opportunity for price pressure that investors can capitalize on.
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  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM's large-scale production facilities are thus positioned to take advantage of this essentiality and provide a quality product at a fair price to many different industries around the world.
  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM's position as a leading supplier of boron products, its broad product line, diversified customer base, committed research and development efforts, and strong supplier relationships all contribute to its ability to weather market fluctuations and maintain profitability.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - With such a wide variety of applications, it's no wonder that boron has been deemed essential for industrial development by the U.S. Geological Survey as per a study.
  • andrewjackson6626 - There is a wide range of applications for NASDAQ: FEAM’s BORON+ product, including use in detergents, steelmaking, ceramics, glassmaking, fire retardants, and more.
05/01/22 - 02:20 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per a latest report from Seeking Alpha, boron is a versatile mineral with a wide range of important applications. It is used to manufacture everything from glass and fiber optics to fertilizer and steel alloys, making it an essential component in many industries.
    However, despite its abundance and variety of uses, investment opportunities in the boron market are relatively slim.
    Pure-play boron investments are few and far between, which makes NASDAQ: FEAM all the more unique. Read more here. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • George851 - With good management and an eye towards future expansion plans that take advantage of the growing significance of boron, it looks like NASDAQ: FEAM has what it takes to succeed in today's dynamic economy.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - With its focus on both mining and refining methods and its strong track record of positive shareholder returns, NASDAQ: FEAM truly stands out as one of the premier boron stocks for investors looking to profit from this promising market trend.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM offers investors a rare opportunity to capitalize on explosive growth in this rapidly expanding industry.
04/29/22 - 02:41 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Seeking Alpha reports that the NASDAQ: FEAM is a company that has already demonstrated its commitment to risk reduction by securing all of the necessary permits for its Fort Cady project. Permits can be notoriously difficult to obtain, especially for large-scale operations like the one being run by them. By obtaining all necessary permits upfront, NASDAQ: FEAM is sending a clear message to investors and stakeholders that it takes the risks associated with its operations seriously, and is willing to take proactive steps to mitigate potential problems before they arise. You can read more about this here. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503319-5e-advanced-materials-the-best-way-to-play-an-emerging-market
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  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a leader in sustainable advanced materials, an aim to improve environmental outcomes while harnessing opportunities for economic growth.
  • George851 - With the immense potential offered by NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady project, there's no doubt that they will continue on their path toward big wins in both the short and long term.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In a world where so many businesses are unable risk-averse approaches in their quest for growth and stability, NASDAQ: FEAM stands out as a beacon of hope and innovation.
  • andrewjackson6626 - This robust approach to risk management shows great confidence in the long-term success of NASDAQ: FEAM (5E Advanced Materials).
04/28/22 - 03:58 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per a latest report by Seeking Alpha, NASDAQ: FEAM's initial public offering (IPO) value was derived directly from the value of American Pacific Borates Limited at the time of the business transition. This means that, despite the company's mediocre performance since making its public debut, it is not a result of greed on behalf of the company's executives or investors. Rather, this lackluster performance can be attributed to a number of external factors, including fierce competition in the global chemical industry and changing economic conditions across national borders.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Despite mediocre performance since its IPO, NASDAQ: FEAM's value has not been affected due to direct linkages between it and APB.
  • George851 - With its strong foundation and proven track record, NASDAQ: FEAM remains an industry leader with great potential for growth in the years ahead.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM has continued to face roadblocks due to shifts in consumer demand and geopolitical developments like the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the onging Covid-19 pandemic.
  • andrewjackson6626 - With state-of-the-art facilities in countries around the globe and a lineup of high-quality products that are trusted by businesses and consumers alike, NASDAQ: FEAM has emerged as a major player in the field.
04/26/22 - 02:43 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • As per a report from Seeking Alpha, Eti Maden has faced significant challenges in recent years due to rampant inflation in Turkey and other economic disruptions.

    In particular, inflation soared to over 20% at the end of 2021, and surged even higher in early 2022 as Russia invaded Ukraine and caused chaos in global financial markets.

    On the other hand, with an experienced leadership team and innovative strategies designed to capitalize on emerging trends in the global market, NASDAQ: FEAM looks poised to continue its success well into the future.
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  • davidgarcia27 - As an American company, NASDAQ: FEAM is able to draw upon the deep expertise of its partners within the United States, ensuring that it will continue to lead the way in innovation and best practices.
  • George851 - NASDAQ: FEAM is poised to remain a leading player in the global mining industry for many years to come.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Thanks to its focus on innovation, reliability, and outstanding customer service, NASDAQ: FEAM will undoubtedly remain a crucial player in the global mining industry for years to come.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Despite operating in turbulent economic and political climates over the years, NASDAQ: FEAM has consistently demonstrated its ability to adapt and stay well-positioned for growth.
04/25/22 - 03:04 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • In 2010, the price of lithium was $5,160 per tonne. Fast forward to 2020 and the spot price of lithium is now over $100,000 per tonne. Despite this increase, the long-term contract price of lithium seems to be closer to $22,000 per tonne. Nevertheless, this is the same sort of future I see for boron moving forward. It's worth noting that boron deposits appear to be far more scarce than lithium. Despite this, NASDAQ: FEAM is a mining company that is well-positioned to take advantage of the rise in boron prices. As a global leader in the production of boron, NASDAQ: FEAM is one of the few companies with the necessary resources to meet rising demand.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Thanks to its strong position in the market, NASDAQ: FEAM is poised to generate significant growth in the years ahead.
  • George851 - As the global leader in boron production, NASDAQ: FEAM has a significant portion of the world's known boron reserves.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - NASDAQ: FEAM is a mining company that is well-positioned to take advantage of the increasing demand for boron.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In addition, NASDAQ: FEAM also has significant operations in the USA, which gives it a strategic advantage over its competitors.
04/22/22 - 08:47 PM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Samarium-cobalt magnets are the most common alternative to neodymium magnets and are mostly used in the defense and aerospace industries. The market for permanent magnets is predicted to rise from $16.4 billion in 2021 to $23.4 billion by 2027, from a current value of $16.4 billion. And a better supplier of such critical minerals can only be the NASDAQ: FEAM, whose quality and cheaper BORON+ products have helped them to achieve decarbonization in many cases.
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  • George851 - True, but don’t forget that NASDAQ: FEAM is helping its own country to improve its demands for critical minerals, by extracting and accessing those critical minerals that are urgently needed.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - But, the 5E (NASDAQ: FEAM) is a new, yet junior player when it comes to borates mining.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM claims that this demand for permanent magnets rising because of their heavy usage in EVs, wind turbines, solar panels, and much more.
04/22/22 - 02:51 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • Permanent magnets are used extensively in the medical field. This is most typically owing to their use in MRI machines, but they may also be used in procedures to remove foreign items from the body.

    Medical devices aren't insignificant, accounting for 10% of neodymium magnet demand, while motors are still the main source of permanent magnet demand.

    NASDAQ: FEAM is uniquely positioned as a global leader to meet the rising demands for the permanenet magnets and other kinds of advanced materials, in the US as well as globally.
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  • davidgarcia27 - NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady project was declared as a “critical infrastructure” on February 2022 by the US Federal Govt to onshore the critical minerals as a matter of national security urgency.
  • George851 - When was NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady project declared as a “critical infrastructure” ?
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Do you realise that NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady project isn’t immature any more, it was recently designated as a “critical infrastructure” by the US govt.
  • andrewjackson6626 - But the NASDAQ: FEAM is still a junior boron miner that is still looking to develop its immature boron project in Southern California.
04/21/22 - 02:50 AM jessicaallen33 created a new post.
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  • The one thing about a critical mineral like boron can be found in its physical properties. For instance, it is light in weight as compared to other elements like lithium. Moreover, boron possess a special property where it is corrosion resistant. This means that any product that is coated with boron reduces the possibility of getting corroded easily. For this purpose, 5E Advanced Materials (aka NASDAQ: FEAM) is an expert, since each of its products feature almost every benefit boron has to offer and one can be sure that they are being supplied with a high-quality product at a cheaper rate than other competitors.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Well, NASDAQ: FEAM’s Fort Cady facility is located in Southern California, USA and, their Salt Wells project is located in Nevada, USA.
  • George851 - So, where exactly do you think that NASDAQ: FEAM mining facilties are located?
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - True, but we need also need to make sure that we are spreading the words about NASDAQ: FEAM to everyone, since many have been looking for a better alternative for a long time and they may be missing out on something good.
  • andrewjackson6626 - I guess, its time to switch to NASDAQ: FEAM’s quality range of products, since they are much cheaper than others.
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  • Tyson Hall recently joined 5E (NADAQ: FEAM) as a Chief Operating Officer with a wealth of senior leadership experience. He most recently served the Pilgrim's Pride Corporation, a worldwide food services company, as the Executive VP and Manager of its Case Ready Business Unit until September 2021. Hall also has 14 years of experience with Albemarle Corporation, where he was the Global Business Director of Performance Materials for the company's bromine and lithium businesses. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a BS in Chemical Engineering and an MBA.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Well, it is upto them (NASDAQ: FEAM) on how they value his knowledge and where to implement it.
  • George851 - It feels like he takes deep interest in the mining field and this should benefit 5E (NASDAQ: FEAM).
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Indeed, his experience and knowledge have certainly benefitted the NADAQ: FEAM to a great extent.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Looks like he has been contributing a lot towards the growth of the 5E (NADAQ: FEAM).
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  • 5E Advanced Materials (Nasdaq: FEAM) believes that the global consumption of boric acid equivalents (BAE; market standard measurement; boric acid is 17.5 percent boron by weight) was around 4.5 million tonnes (5.0 million sT) last year, with an estimated market value of $4.0 billion to $5.0 billion (at current market prices).
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  • davidgarcia27 - As well as the demand, since boron is required ineach and every field, whether one agrees with the fact or not.
  • George851 - In the future, the proliferation of EVs, growth in renewable energy, and other newer applications are expected to significantly increase the global borates consumption.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - 5E (Nasdaq: FEAM) argues that this global demand for borates is driven by some of its unique applications such as fiberglass/insulation, ceramics, fertilizers, and so on.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Over the last 5-10 years, the demand for borates worldwide has approximated 4% annually, as per a report from the D.A. Davidson & Co.
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  • Because of its neutron-absorbing qualities, boron as an element is frequently utilised in nuclear reactor shielding, safety, and control.

    The atomic structure of it has a very large nuclear cross-section.

    This allow it to capture the heat neutrons that is produced by the uranium fission reaction.

    It also controls the reaction rate as well. The control rods, containment shields, and coolant water are all among the applications, and it is often held on site as a safety device in the event of a shutdown.

    These are some uses of boron in nuclear power plants and it doesn’t stops here.

    Boron is even added to the anti-reflective coating on top of the PV surface of the PV (Photovoltaic) Cells.

    Because of such use, the demand for boron is aggressively increasing on a daily basis.

    The US-based mining company, NASDAQ: FEAM (5E Advanced Materials Inc) is planning to use its Fort Cady boron project in order to access and extract boron from a colemanite ore deposit.
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  • davidgarcia27 - This project is located in Southern California, USA.
  • George851 - In-situ leach (ISL) mining is also called solution mining.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The process that will be used is called in-situ leach (ISL) mining.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Which kind of mining process is NASDAQ: FEAM going to use to access and mine boron?
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  • A subsequent enhanced DFS (eDFS) was also published in April 2020 which increased the project’s expected SOP production. In February 2021, NASDAQ: FEAM again enhanced its DFS to re-arrange the timing of certain capital deployments between the three phases of production (principally, it significantly reduced the capital requirements for phase 1 as well as increased its estimate of the Fort Cady project’s NPV to $2.02B and raised the run-rate EBITDA projection modestly to $453M, while the IRR remained 41%).
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  • George851 - This report also highlights a major fact that the company did not believe that all this ultimately prove material to their actual story and was therefore not a focal point within this initiation
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - But, as per D.A. Davidson & Co., the other co-products such as SOP (likely in a smaller quantity due to reagent recyclability vs. the most recent eDFS) and gypsum may also have been present in the report.
  • andrewjackson6626 - NASDAQ: FEAM had delivered its initial Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for Fort Cady on December 17 th , 2018, which had contemplated an unlevered, after-tax NPV of $1.59B and an IRR of 41%, to be realized over three sequentially progressing phases of production.
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  • There was an acute delay in SOP production due to timing lags with European suppliers, the possibility to build a larger operation than previously contemplated in light of recent U.S. market dynamics (stronger decarbonization-driven demand), and other factors.

    Moreover, 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. did not publish any operational nor financial figures for the Fort Cady project inclusive of May’s deferral, though some expect such materials would be made available as part of the company’s upcoming release of its Advanced Economic Impact Study, a Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS)-like document, expected to be available somewhere around mid-2022.
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  • davidgarcia27 - For your information, there was another scenario (Phase 1 and 2), where the expected capital costs total approximately $524M, with ~ $257M in EBITDA generated in the first full-year of production and a total NPV of around $1,889M.
  • George851 - They argue that under one scenario, which is the Phase 1 only, the expected capital costs under the February eDFS total approximated the range of $211M (which is a sum of Phase 1A, 1B, and 1C), along with $81M in EBITDA, they were able to generate in the first full-year of production and a total NPV of ~$885M.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Well, it was rumoured that the company was also considering the risk/reward system for combining the entire Phases 1 and 2 into one operation of essentially triple the output of Phase 1 alone, producing atleast ~270kSTPY of boric acid and ~240kSTPY of SOP.
  • andrewjackson6626 - As per D.A. Davidson & Co. Report, in May 2021, 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. decided to consolidate the entirety of its previous Phase 1A, 1B, and 1C into one single operation producing ~90kSTPY of boric acid and ~80kSTPY of SOP.
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  • The 5E Advanced Materials’ Fort Cady Integrated Boron Facility was recently designated as Critical Infrastructure by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA, a U.S. federal agency, part of the DHS – tasked with understanding, managing, and reducing risk to U.S. cyber and physical infrastructure).

    Governments and major end users are taking notice of China's grip on downstream specialty materials manufacturing processes.

    Boron is currently classed as a "high" critical raw material in the EU's Critical Raw Materials for Strategic Technologies and Sectors.
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  • davidgarcia27 - This means that we can see a quick reduction in the carbon emissions across the globe!
  • George851 - Do you know that 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. is positioned as a global leader in BORON+ advanced materials with a focus on promoting decarbonization.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Look at how China wants to dominate the world at every field, even at mining!
  • andrewjackson6626 - Well, that is an amazing news!
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  • It is estimated that around 2.5%-3.0% of a typical EV’s weight is comprised of boron advanced materials (oxides, carbides, etc.), or approximately 46-50kg (101lbs. -110lbs) per passenger vehicle, which compares to an estimated 40kg of boron advanced materials in a typical ICE-powered passenger vehicle.
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  • davidgarcia27 - This sounds very futuristic and exciting for the future of EV cars!
  • George851 - Even additional lightweight materials are used to improve the overall driving range for the EVs. Thanks to 5E’s BORON+ products that target critical, high value applications within electric transportation, clean energy, and so much more.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Well this difference is driven by boron usage in EV PMSMs.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Figure for the downstream boron product in an EV is estimated to be around 15%-25% more than an ICE vehicle.
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  • According to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, the average generational capacity per wind turbine stands at approximately 2.75MW.

    However, some details from the Global Wind Energy Council predicts that onshore and offshore wind generation may grow at 0.3% and 31.5% CAGRs between 2021-2025, with an incremental 399GW and 70GW of generational capacity added onshore and offshore, respectively.

    5E Advanced Materials’ BORON+ products target critical, high value applications within clean energy with a focus on enabling decarbonization.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Well, this turbine would require atleast 5.6 tonnes of boric acid and other boron compounds to keep running smoothly.
  • George851 - For your information, the largest turbine currently is the GE Haliade-X, which possesses a blade length of ~107 meters and has a generational capacity of 14MW.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Some believe that wind generation capacity is expected to grow in 2025.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - This might not be a precise figure, rather a rough estimate of incremental boron demand that may have been written out of curiosity.
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  • Some believe that 5E Advanced Materials’ assets represents a material and a much needed source of incremental borates supply in the United States.

    Moreover, it can also prove to be a major convenient location for domestic consumption too as it seeks to move away from outsourcing from Turkey.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Did you know that Fort Cady is highly sorting to leverage the benefits by its Southern Californian location?
  • George851 - It looks like 5E has a very advantageous cost profile I have ever came across!
  • andrewjackson6626 - You would be surpirsed to know that 5E utilizes the ISL mining techniques that are relative to an open pit!
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Well, as per USGS, Turkey supplies around 84% of boron-related imports to the US.
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  • Eti Maden is a mining company based in Turkey. It is the largest coal producer in the country, and also has mines in Germany and Kazakhstan. https://borates.today/billion-dollar-boron/

    The company was founded in 1950, and its headquarters are located in Istanbul.

    Eti Maden is one of the largest employers in Turkey, with over 7,000 employees. The company is also a major contributor to the Turkish economy, and its coal production accounts for about 2% of GDP.

    Turkish coal is noted for being high quality and relatively easy to mine, making it an attractive choice for power plants and other industries.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The company employs around 3,000 people and has an annual revenue of US$1.3 billion. Eti Maden is Turkey's largest mining company and one of the biggest iron ore producers in Europe.
  • George851 - The company is the largest iron ore producer in Turkey and has mines in Kirunavara, Sweden and Kosovo. It also has a managing stake in a copper mine in Azerbaijan.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Eti Maden is a state-owned Turkish mining company. It was founded in 1957 and is headquartered in Ankara.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Eti Maden is one of the world's largest copper and gold mines, located in Turkey. It is also one of the most controversial, due to its environmental impact.
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  • Boron is an important micronutrient for plant growth, and boron deficiency is a widespread problem in food production. https://borates.today/boron-food-security-utilization/

    Boron is necessary for the development of cell walls, and it helps plants uptake and uses other essential nutrients.

    Boron also increases pollination and seed production, which are critical for food security.

    Boron deficiency can cause yield losses of up to 30%, and it is a major obstacle to food security in many parts of the world.

    In order to address this problem, researchers are working on developing more Boron-efficient crop varieties and improving fertilizer formulations.
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  • davidgarcia27 - Most people think of boron as a nutrient for plants, it is actually essential for both plant and animal health. Boron helps plants absorb other nutrients, improve water retention, and increase resistance to stressors like drought and pests.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is a trace mineral that is found in certain fruits, vegetables, and nuts. It's also available in supplement form.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is involved in the uptake of water and nutrients, the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats, and the synthesis of vitamins and minerals. deficiency can cause stunted growth, poor crop yields, and increased susceptibility to diseases.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is an essential micronutrient for plant growth, and it plays a vital role in food security.
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  • Boron-based compounds are used in fireworks to create vibrant colors.

    When these compounds are heated, they release the light of a particular color. https://borates.today/boron-fireworks/

    The most common colors produced by boron-based compounds are green, blue, and purple.

    Borates vaporize easily and while most boron-based fireworks use sodium borate, some use potassium perchlorate instead.

    Ammonium bifluoride is another popular choice because it produces brilliant white light.

    When pyrotechnicians mix borates with other materials such as aluminium powder or magnesium ribbon, they can produce even more colors like pink, orange, or yellow.
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  • davidgarcia27 - The element boron is found in a variety of compounds that are often used in fireworks. These compounds include boric acid and sodium borate, both of which help to create the vibrant colours that are characteristic of many fireworks displays.
  • Campbell_Carol - Other boron compounds that can be used include Borax and boric oxide. These compounds also produce a bright light when they are heated, but they do not produce as much chemical energy as boric acid does.
  • andrewjackson6626 - There are several different types of boron compounds that can be used in fireworks, but the most common one is boric acid.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron compounds are often used as an igniting agent in fireworks. When boron is heated, it produces a bright white light that makes it ideal for use in pyrotechnics.
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  • Boron is a food additive that has been shown to improve the utilization of other nutrients in animal studies. https://borates.today/boron-research-areas/

    In humans, boron supplementation has been associated with increased levels of testosterone and estrogen.

    These increases in hormones could theoretically lead to improved muscle mass and strength, as well as improved bone density.

    Boron might also play a role in cognitive function, as it is essential for the functioning of the vitamin B complex.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is present in many fruits and vegetables, but its concentration varies depending on the specific food. For example, avocados are a good source of boron, providing about 1 mg per fruit.
  • George851 - Boron is also involved in flower development and the pollination process.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a micronutrient that is essential for plant growth and development. Plants take up boron from the soil and use it to build cell walls, make enzymes, and regulate gene expression.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is involved in glucose metabolism and energy production.
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  • Russia is one of the leading countries in terms of boron reserves.

    In 2011, Russian scientists discovered a large deposit of boron near the city of Berezniki, in the Perm Krai region. https://borates.today/country-profile-of-russia/

    This discovery could make Russia one of the world's top exporters of boron.

    Boron is a mineral that is used in a variety of industrial applications.

    It is best known for its use in making glass and fiberglass, but it has also been used in making plastics, insulation, pesticides, and fertilizers.

    Boron is also an essential nutrient for plants, and it is commonly added to agricultural soils to help improve crop yields.
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  • davidgarcia27 - It is also commonly used in products like borax and products that contain boric acid.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is used in a variety of industries, including agriculture, automotive manufacturing, and technology.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Russia is a world leader in boron reserves, with about 25% of the world's total. The country has an estimated 1.2 billion tonnes of resources, which is mostly located in the Ural Mountains.
  • Campbell_Carol - Some reports say there are large deposits of the mineral, while others suggest the amounts could be quite small.
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  • Borates have a long and illustrious history in the world of coatings and paints. https://borates.today/borates-paints/

    They serve as excellent fire retardants, they improve the durability of finishes, and they impart a number of desirable properties to coatings such as scratch resistance, toughness, and chemical resistance.

    Borates are also effective at inhibiting the growth of mildew and other forms of fungal growth.

    This is why borate-containing coatings are often used on both interior and exterior surfaces that are likely to come into contact with water or moisture.

    And because borates are non-toxic, they are perfectly safe for both indoor and outdoor use.
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  • drLisatorres - Borates have a variety of beneficial effects in paints, inks, and coatings. First and foremost, they improve the paint's adherence to the surface it is being applied. Borates also act as a leveling agent, which helps to create a smooth finish. In addition, borates form an insoluble barrier on the surface that helps protect it from water and other environmental factors.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borates are a family of chemicals that include boric acid and borax. Borates have a variety of uses, including in the manufacture of paints, inks, and coatings. One benefit of using borates in paints, inks, and coatings is that they make these products more durable. Borates help to protect against water damage, fading and cracking. They can also help to improve the scratch resistance of these products.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Borates can also help to prevent mildew growth on painted surfaces, and they are often used as a bulking agent in paints and coatings to improve their hiding power (the ability of a coating to cover up the underlying surface).
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Borates are excellent paint driers, and have been used in paints, inks, and coatings for over 100 years. They are effective because they form a thin film on the surface of the coating that helps it to dry quickly.
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  • Boron is an essential nutrient for plants.

    A boron deficiency will cause the leaves of a plant to turn brown and curl up, and the plant will not grow as well. https://borates.today/boron-helps-your-garden/

    Boron is important for plants because it helps them to take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.

    It also helps plants to use water and nutrients better and to make seeds.

    Boron is often added to fertilizers to help plants grow better.
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  • drLisatorres - A boron deficiency can cause abnormal growth in plants, including stunting, wilting, and yellowing of leaves.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is an essential plant nutrient that is needed for cell wall strength, pollen tube growth, and sugar transport.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - A lack of boron can also impair a plant's ability to take up other nutrients from the soil, leading to deficiencies in other elements such as magnesium and potassium. In severe cases, boron deficiency can kill a plant.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is an essential plant nutrient that is found in soil and water. Boron deficiency can cause a plant to wilt, stunt its growth, and cause its leaves to turn brown or die.
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  • Boron nitride is an inorganic compound with the formula BN.

    It is a white solid but can be black if very fine particles are formed. https://borates.today/boron-nitride-powers-thermal-conductivity/

    It occurs as the mineral boracite.

    Boron nitride is an excellent thermal conductor and has high dielectric strength.

    Boron nitride is chemically inert and resistant to attack by acids.

    Thermal Conductivity is the rate at which energy flows through a material per unit of time, due to its temperature gradient.

    The thermal conductivity of a material quantifies how well the material conducts heat.

    Heat flow occurs via conduction, convection, and radiation, with conduction being the dominant mode in most solids.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron nitride can also be used as an insulator to prevent heat loss.
  • George851 - Boron nitride is a synthetic mineral that is made up of equal parts of boron and nitrogen. It is non-toxic and has high thermal conductivity, making it ideal for use in electronics, heat sinks, and other applications where heat needs to be dissipated quickly.
  • Campbell_Carol - It is also used as a thermal conductor, meaning it helps heat move faster through a material. This makes it an ideal component of materials used in electronics and other devices that need to be kept cool.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron nitride is a white, powdery mineral that is used in cosmetics, plastics, and other industrial applications.
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  • Yes, it's true that boron may have helped to stop some of the radiation from leaking from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant following the 1986 disaster. https://borates.today/boron-and-chernobyl/

    Boron is a naturally occurring element that is thought to help mop up radioactive elements like strontium and caesium.

    It was actually used in Japan following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disasterin 2011 to help clean up the radioactive water there.

    So while we can't know for sure whether or not boron played a role in stopping the radiation leak at Chernobyl, there's certainly a good possibility that it did.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a natural element that can help stop the spread of radiation in the event of a nuclear disaster. In the Chernobyl disaster, for example, boron was used to help clean up the site and to prevent further radiation from spreading. Boron is effective at stopping radiation because it forms a strong chemical bond with radioactive particles. When combined with boron, these radioactive particles are rendered harmless and can be safely eliminated from the environment.
  • George851 - Yes, it's true! Boron is a natural mineral that helps to stop the spread of nuclear radiation. After the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, scientists found that boron was effective in preventing the release of radioactive isotopes into the air. In fact, boron has been used as a radiation shield in hospitals and other medical facilities for many years.
  • Campbell_Carol - Yes, it's true that boron played a role in helping to stop radiation at the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site. Boron is a natural element that helps to mop up free radicals and inhibit the spread of radioactive material. It was used in conjunction with other materials and methods to help clean up the radiation aftermath from Chernobyl.
  • davidgarcia27 - Yes, boron did help to stop the spread of radiation in the Chernobyl disaster. Studies have shown that boron helps to block the absorption of radioactive materials into the body, and it also helps to eliminate those materials once they have already been absorbed. This makes boron a very valuable tool for helping to treat victims of radiation exposure.
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  • Yes, ammonia borane is a powerful fuel that can be used for space exploration.

    Ammonia borane is a liquid hydrogen storage compound, which means it can store large amounts of energy in a small space. https://borates.today/ammonia-borane-power/

    This makes it an ideal fuel for rockets and other spacecraft. In addition, ammonia borane is non-toxic and environmentally friendly.

    The main downside of using ammonia borane is that it is expensive to produce.

    However, as technology improves and more companies enter the market, the price will likely come down.
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  • George851 - NASA is currently investigating the feasibility of using ammonia borane as a propellant for small satellites.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Ammonia borane is a stable compound that can be used to store energy, and it releases very little emissions when burned. That makes it a promising candidate for use in long-duration spaceflight.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Ammonia borane is used in some of the most powerful rockets out there, and it's helping to push the boundaries of space exploration.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Ammonia borane is a powerful rocket fuel that powers space exploration. It's made up of nitrogen and boron, and it burns very hot, providing a lot of thrust.
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  • Boron is a trace mineral that is found in small amounts in the Earth's crust. It is necessary for plant growth and is also thought to be helpful in human health. https://borates.today/boron-diet/

    Some people take boron supplements because they believe that boron can help improve their health in a number of ways, including reducing the risk of arthritis and joint pain, improving brain function, and helping to maintain a healthy weight.

    There is some scientific evidence to support the use of boron supplements for some health conditions.

    However, more research is needed to determine whether or not boron supplements are effective for other health conditions, or if there are any side effects associated with long-term use.
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  • Campbell_Carol - Boron is an essential mineral that helps with calcium absorption and utilization, joint health, and brain function. Boron deficiency can lead to problems such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and impaired brain function.
  • George851 - Some studies have shown that boron may also help prevent prostate cancer, and improve thinking skills and memory.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boron has been shown to help the body use other minerals, including calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. It also seems to help keep bones strong and healthy.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a mineral that is found in food and in the environment. It is necessary for human health, but the amount of boron that people need is not well known. Some people take boron supplements to try to improve their health.
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  • Porous Boron Nitride (p-BN) is a nanomaterial with many potential applications in fields such as sensors, catalysis, and energy storage. https://borates.today/porous-boron-nitride/

    The material is made up of interconnected pores that can be filled with various molecules or nano-particles. p-BN has a high surface area-to-volume ratio, which makes it ideal for use in catalytic reactions or for storing large amounts of energy.

    Additionally, the material is chemically resistant and has a low thermal conductivity, making it ideal for use in sensitive applications such as sensors.
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  • George851 - Its low density and porosity give it interesting acoustic properties that can be exploited in sound-dampening applications.
  • davidgarcia27 - Its high purity and chemical inertness make it suitable for use in semiconductor and other sensitive manufacturing processes.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Porous boron nitride is a material with unique properties that make it ideal for a variety of applications. Its high thermal conductivity and low coefficient of thermal expansion make it an excellent heat sink material.
  • Campbell_Carol - Porous boron nitride is a type of material that contains lots of tiny holes or pores. This makes it very lightweight and extremely strong. It's often used in filtration systems and as a heat-resistant coating.
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  • There are a few ways to extract lithium from boron waste. One common method is to leach the lithium out with acid. https://borates.today/extracting-lithium-boron-waste/

    This can be done either by direct Acid leaching of the Boron Waste or by treating the Boron Waste with sulfuric acid to produce a soluble sulfate, which can then be leached out with water.

    Other methods of extraction include pyrometallurgical processes, such as carbon reduction or electrolysis.

    Each of these methods has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it's important to choose the right one for your specific needs.
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  • davidgarcia27 - One extraction method involves using hydrofluoric acid to break down the boron oxide in the waste material. This process can be time-consuming and dangerous, so other methods are being explored.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Lithium is a metal that has a wide range of uses, including in batteries and as an additive to glass and ceramics. Boron waste is a potential source of lithium, but extracting it can be difficult and expensive.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Other common methods include electrolysis and pyrometallurgy.
  • Campbell_Carol - The process of extracting lithium from boron waste is relatively simple and can be done using a variety of methods. The most common method is to use a solvent extraction process, where the lithium is extracted from the boron waste using a solvent.
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  • Boric Acid is a common flame retardant used in many household products.

    Its role is to help prevent or slow down the spread of fire by creating an inert barrier that prevents oxygen from reaching the fuel source. https://borates.today/boron-fire-retardant/

    Boric acid is particularly effective at inhibiting the combustion of organic materials, making it an ideal choice for use in fabrics, plastics, and other flammable household items.

    While boric acid is not a fireproofing agent, it can significantly reduce the chance of a fire spreading or causing serious damage.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boric acid is a flame retardant because it slows down the rate of combustion of a material. When boric acid is present, it takes longer for a fire to start and spread. Boric acid also helps to prevent the formation of smoke and toxic gases when materials burn.
  • davidgarcia27 - Boric acid is commonly used as a flame retardant in many products, including plastics and textiles. When boric acid is heated, it breaks down into water vapour and Boron oxide, which acts as a barrier to oxygen and slows down the rate of combustion. This makes it an effective fire retardant for many applications.
  • George851 - Boric acid is also effective at absorbing heat, which further helps to prevent the spread of flames.
  • Campbell_Carol - Boric acid is commonly used as a fire retardant because it can help to slow down the spread of flames. When exposed to heat, boric acid will release water vapour, which can help to extinguish fires.
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  • The U.S. government has been increasing its investment in lithium and boron resources in recent years, as it looks to secure supplies of these materials for use in electric vehicles and other clean energy applications. https://borates.today/usa-renewable-energies-strategy-boron-lithium/

    Lithium is a key component of batteries used in electric cars and other devices, while boron is essential for making glass, ceramics, and other materials that can withstand high temperatures.

    The increased focus on these materials comes as the U.S. looks to reduce its reliance on imported oil, and as the electric vehicle market continues to grow.

    According to some estimates, the global market for electric vehicles could be worth more than $2 trillion by 2030.
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  • davidgarcia27 - but as far as the current geopolitical situation is concerned, US has currently banned imports of Russian oil and gas.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The U.S. government has been doubling down on its investment in lithium and boron resources, with the aim of securing a reliable supply for strategic materials that are essential for modern life. Lithium is used in batteries for electric cars and smartphones, while boron is used in construction materials, glassmaking, and water treatment. The recent price spike for both commodities has made them even more important to secure a steady supply.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron and lithium have also been shown to have potential applications in cancer treatment and other areas of medical research.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Both boron and lithium are key ingredients in next-generation batteries that could provide a more efficient and environmentally-friendly way to store energy from renewable sources like solar and wind power. The Department of Energy is investing millions of dollars into research and development of these new battery technologies, with the goal of making them commercially viable within the next five years.
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  • Boron is an important nutrient for human health, and it is currently being studied as a potential solution to food insecurity.

    A lack of boron can lead to health problems such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and fertility issues. https://borates.today/boron-food-security-utilization/

    Studies have shown that boron can also improve crop yields and help plants resist disease and pests.

    This makes boron an important tool for addressing food insecurity since it can help farmers produce more food while also improving the nutritional quality of that food.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a mineral that is essential for human health. It helps the body to use calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D, which are all important for maintaining strong bones. Boron also helps the body to process carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Additionally, boron is thought to play a role in maintaining mental health.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is not generally considered an essential nutrient for human beings, but there are some indications that it may be important for human health. Some studies have shown that boron may help to improve joint health, brain function, and memory.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is a mineral that is important for human health, and it is also essential for plant health. Boron is necessary for the plant to take up calcium from the soil, and it also helps to move other nutrients around within the plant. For this reason, boron deficiency can cause problems with growth and development in plants, and it can lead to smaller yields and lower quality crops.
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  • Boron is a natural element that is used to absorb neutrons and control the nuclear fission process in nuclear reactors. It was first identified as a potential contaminant at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant after the meltdown in 2011. https://borates.today/boron-fukushima/

    Boron has a relatively short half-life, so it's not considered a long-term threat to humans or the environment. However, it can accumulate in certain types of soil and water, so authorities are still working to monitor and mitigate its spread.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - The only element that has been released in significant quantities is cesium.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Some reports have surfaced that boron may have been released into the environment as a result of the accident, but these reports are not accurate.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - There is no boron at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Boron is used as a control rod in nuclear reactors and it was not present in the reactor at the time of the accident.
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  • Ford Motors began using Boron steel bodywork in its vehicles in the early 2000s.

    Boron steel is a lightweight and durable steel alloy that is resistant to rust, corrosion, and other damage.

    It has been used extensively in the construction of aircraft and spacecraft due to its high strength-to-weight ratio. https://borates.today/ford-boron-steel/

    Ford chose to use Boron steel in its bodywork because it offers superior protection against accidents and collisions.

    The lightweight nature of the alloy also helps improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.

    While more expensive than other types of steel, Boron steel is a valuable asset for Ford's safety-conscious consumers.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron steel is a high-strength steel alloy that contains boron. It has a very high tensile strength, which means it can withstand a lot of force without breaking. This makes it ideal for use in bodywork, because it can withstand the stress and strain that occur when a car is in motion. Ford Motors began using boron steel in its bodywork in the early 1990s. At the time, it was one of the first automakers to do so. Since then, other automakers have followed suit and begun using boron steel in their own vehicles.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Ford Motor Co. was one of the early adopters of boron steel for car bodywork, and they continue to use it in many of their models. The benefits of using boron steel are evident in the Ford Focus, which features a boron-steel chassis that helps to absorb impacts and protect the passengers inside.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron steel is a high-strength steel alloy that is used in some car bodies. It's lighter than traditional steel alloys, and it has a higher resistance to impact and penetration. This makes it a good choice for car bodywork, as it can help to prevent damage in the event of a collision.
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  • Boron appears to work as a natural cure for yeast infections by preventing the overgrowth of Candida Albicans, the most common type of yeast infection.

    Candida overgrowth can occur when there's an imbalance in the gut flora (the microorganisms that live in your intestines), and when this happens, the candida fungus can spread beyond the intestines and into other parts of the body. https://borates.today/boron-yeast-infection/
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Yeast infections are caused by a fungus that naturally lives in the vagina. The fungus usually doesn't cause any problems, but it can overgrow and cause an infection if the environment inside the vagina becomes too acidic. This can happen when there's a change in the balance of bacteria in the vagina, when there's an increase in sugar levels, or when there's a lack of boron.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - In addition, boron has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties that help to clear up candida infections quickly.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron helps to control yeast infections by restoring balance to the gut flora and preventing candida overgrowth.
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  • Brewing technology has come a long way in the concentration of beer.

    In the past, beer was typically brewed in very large quantities and then transported to other areas for sale.

    This process often resulted in a significant loss of product, as well as inconsistent quality from batch to batch. https://borates.today/boron-beer/

    Today, brewing technology has evolved to allow for the concentration of beer in smaller batches.

    This means that brewers can produce a higher quality product with more consistency.

    It also allows for the production of specialty beers, which are not typically available in large quantities.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Brewing technology is used to produce beer concentrates, which are a high-quality and cost-effective alternative to traditionally brewed beer. Beer concentrates are created by brewing beer and then evaporating the water from the resulting liquid until a concentrated product is left. This process can be done in a number of ways, but most commonly it is done using a rotary evaporator. Rotary evaporators allow for gentle and efficient evaporation of liquids, making them the ideal choice for creating beer concentrates. The evaporation process takes place in a rotating drum that is heated from below. This heating causes the liquid inside the drum to evaporate, leaving behind a concentrated product.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - One popular method is freeze distillation, which involves freezing the beer and then removing the ice crystals that form. The frozen water can be easily removed and leaves behind a high-alcohol beer concentrate. This process can be repeated until the desired level of alcohol concentration is reached.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Brewing technology has come a long way in the past few centuries, and one of the most significant advances has been in beer concentration. Through various methods of dehydration, brewers have been able to create higher alcohol content beers that taste just as good (or better) than traditional brews.
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  • Boron could play an important role in the development of new, greener sodium batteries.

    Sodium-ion batteries are a promising alternative to traditional lithium-ion batteries because they're more environmentally friendly and potentially less expensive.

    However, sodium-ion batteries have so far had a shorter lifespan than lithium-ion batteries. https://borates.today/green-sodium-batteries/

    Boron could help to solve this problem by increasing the lifespan of sodium-ion batteries.

    Boron is an important component of the negative electrode (the electrode that supplies electrons) in sodium-ion batteries.

    By increasing the amount of boron in the negative electrode, researchers have been able to increase the lifespan of sodium-ion batteries by up to 50%.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - If further research confirms these findings, it could pave the way for the widespread adoption of sodium-ion batteries as a viable alternative to traditional lithium-ion batteries.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Yes, boron could potentially be used to make greener sodium-based batteries. Sodium is a more abundant resource than lithium, and using boron instead of lithium would help reduce the environmental impact of battery production.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron could play a crucial role in the development of environmentally-friendly sodium-ion batteries, according to a new study. The research, published in the journal Angewandte Chemie International Edition, suggests that boron could be used to create electrodes with improved performance and stability compared to traditional materials currently used in such batteries.
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  • Boron is a good radiation protector because it helps to protect cells from the free radicals that are produced when radiation damages DNA.

    It does this by scavenging the free radicals and helping to repair the damage that has been done. https://borates.today/boron-protects-against-radiation/

    Boron is also beneficial in other ways. It helps to increase bone density and may help to prevent prostate cancer.

    So, overall, boron is an important nutrient that can help to protect your health against the damaging effects of radiation exposure.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a powerful shielding material that can protect against radiation. It absorbs gamma and neutron radiation and converts it into heat. This helps to prevent damage to living tissue and minimize the harmful effects of radiation exposure. Boron is also effective in blocking X-rays, alpha particles, and beta particles. In fact, boron is so good at blocking radiation that it is often used in nuclear reactors and spacecraft to shield passengers from harmful radiation. Thanks to its protective properties, boron may help to extend the lifespan of people exposed to high levels of radiation.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron also helps to detoxify the body from the harmful effects of radiation, thus helping to protect cells and DNA from damage.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is one of the most effective and powerful elements at protecting against radiation. It does this by forming a protective barrier around cells that prevents radiation from entering them.
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  • One of the issues with developing memory devices that can be worn on the body is that they need to be able to store a significant amount of data. So far, the most promising approach for doing this appears to be using boron-based materials. https://borates.today/boron-wearable/

    Boron has a few unique properties that make it ideal for use in memory devices. For one, it is very stable and can withstand high temperatures without degrading. It also has a low resistance to current, which makes it an excellent choice for use in electronic circuits.
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  • smithjamess221 - There is currently quite a bit of research being conducted on boron-based memory devices, as this material shows promise in terms of speed, durability, and size. For example, a group of researchers at Purdue University are currently working on developing a boron-based wearable memory device that could be used to store medical data or other important information. This technology is still in development, so there is no set release date or pricing information yet. However, it's exciting to see how this type of technology could potentially change the way we store data in the future.
  • drLisatorres - One of the challenges with creating wearable memory devices is finding a material that can both store and easily releases data. Boron appears to have the potential to meet both of these requirements, and researchers are currently working on developing prototypes that can be tested in real-world applications.
  • George851 - There is still a lot of research that needs to be done in the area of wearable memory devices, but early results seem to be promising. Boron appears to be a particularly promising material for this type of technology due to its unique physical and electrical properties.
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  • The value of diamonds in the market is largely dependent on a number of factors, including the size, cut, and clarity of the diamond. However, other factors such as demand and scarcity can also play a role in determining a diamond's worth. https://borates.today/boron-blue-diamonds/

    For example, diamonds that are in high demand or that are rare may be worth more than those that are not. And while smaller diamonds may not be as valuable as larger diamonds, they can still be quite costly depending on their quality.

    Ultimately, it's important to remember that the value of any diamond will vary depending on the individual stone itself.
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  • drLisatorres - The value of diamonds in the market can vary greatly, depending on a number of factors. Some of the most important factors that influence diamond value are: - Cut: The better the cut, the more sparkle a diamond will have, and so the higher its value will be. - Clarity: Diamonds that have fewer blemishes or inclusions will be more valuable than those with more blemishes. - Carat weight: Larger diamonds are rarer and so tend to be worth more than smaller diamonds. - Color: Diamonds that are colorless (or near-colorless) are generally more valuable than those with a yellow or brown tint.
  • andrewjackson6626 - It is up to the buyer to decide what they are willing to pay for a diamond based on all these factors.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The value of diamonds is also affected by their availability. If there is a high supply of diamonds in the market, then the value will be lower than if there is a limited supply.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The value of diamonds in the market is determined by a variety of factors, including the size, cut, clarity, and color of the diamond. In addition, other factors such as demand and supply also contribute to the value of diamonds. For example, during periods of high demand, the value of diamonds will be higher than during periods of low demand.
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  • Boron is a naturally-occurring mineral that is often used in cleaning products. https://borates.today/boron-green-cleaning/

    Its chemical name is borax, and it can be found in many different forms, such as boric acid, sodium tetraborate, and disodium tetraborate.

    Boron is known for its disinfectant properties and for its ability to clean and deodorize surfaces.

    Boron can also be helpful for cleaning hard-to-reach places. For example, it can be used to clean the inside of a dishwasher or to clean the tracks of a window blind.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - Additionally, boron is non-toxic and safe to use, even around pets and small children.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - It can be effective in killing germs and preventing the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is a natural element that is often used in cleaning products because it has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
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  • Borates are a family of chemicals that are used in ceramics to improve the strength and durability of the finished product. In particular, borates help to prevent the formation of tiny cracks that can weaken the ceramic over time and lead to eventual failure. https://borates.today/borates-ceramics/

    Borates are also very effective at inhibiting the growth of mold and mildew, which can cause serious damage to ceramic surfaces over time. For this reason, borates are often added to products that are likely to come into contact with moisture or humidity, such as bathroom fixtures and tile grout.
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  • andrewjackson6626 - They can also be used to decrease the firing temperature and shorten the firing time.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Borates can be used to improve the strength, hardness, and thermal shock resistance of ceramic.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Borates are a family of minerals that are used in ceramics to improve the fired properties of the ceramic.
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  • Boron compounds are used in rocket fuel because they are excellent at slowing the combustion process.

    This allows for a more controlled and stable burn, which is crucial for powering a spacecraft through the atmosphere and into space. https://borates.today/boron-rocket-fuel/

    Boron compounds can also be used to create solid rocket fuels. When combined with an oxidizer like ammonium perchlorate, boron compounds can create a fuel that is both stable and powerful.

    This type of fuel has been used in many successful launches, including the Space Shuttle program.
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  • drLisatorres - Boron compounds are used in rocket fuel because they are efficient at releasing energy. The most common boron compound used in rocket fuel is boron nitride (BN). BN is a very stable solid at room temperature, but it can be converted into the gas nitrosyl boron (BNO) by heating it to more than 1,600 degrees Celsius. When BNO is mixed with oxidizer-like liquid oxygen (LOX), it creates a hot, blue flame that can generate tremendous thrust. This makes BN an ideal propellant for launching spacecraft into orbit or beyond.
  • andrewjackson6626 - While boron compounds have been used in rocket fuel for many years, there is still some research being done on the best way to utilize them. For instance, scientists are trying to determine whether or not it is more effective to use boron compounds as part of the fuel itself or as an additive.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron compounds are used in some types of rocket fuel. They are effective because they can reduce the weight of the fuel while still providing the necessary power. Additionally, they are relatively safe to use and do not leave behind a lot of toxic residues.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron compounds are used in rocket fuel because they are effective at reducing the temperature of the fuel. This is important because it helps to keep the fuel from melting or becoming too hot and exploding. Boron compounds also help to prevent corrosion of the fuel tanks and other metal parts of the rocket.
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  • There are a few key challenges to decarbonizing the global economy. https://borates.today/decarbonization-progress/ One of the primary challenges is transitioning away from fossil fuels to alternative forms of energy. Another challenge is reducing emissions from transportation and industry. And finally, there is the challenge of managing emissions reductions in a way that does not unduly impact economic growth or social stability.
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  • drLisatorres - Another challenge is that renewable energy is not yet as cheap or efficient as traditional sources of energy such as coal or oil. Additionally, the infrastructure for renewables (such as wind turbines and solar panels) is not yet developed enough to be scaled up to meet global demand.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Additionally, it's often easier and more profitable for companies to continue polluting than it is to invest in renewable energy or energy efficiency measures.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - There are many challenges to decarbonizing the world's economy, but the biggest barrier is the lack of political will. There are many vested interests in maintaining the status quo, and these groups have a lot of money and power to keep things as they are.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Some of the challenges to decarbonizing our economy include: 1. We need to find replacements for the fossil fuels that we currently rely on. This is not an easy task, as these fuels have been a key part of our economy for many years. 2. We also need to find ways to store or reduce the emissions from these new energy sources. For example, we will need large-scale storage solutions for renewable energy sources like solar and wind power. 3. We need to make sure that these new technologies are affordable and accessible to everyone. This will be a challenge, as some technologies may be more expensive than others.
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  • Boron can act as a catalyst in electrochemical reduction reactions, but it is not very efficient compared to other metals. https://borates.today/boron-in-electrochemistry/ 

    Some potential benefits of using boron as a catalyst include:

    - Reduced cost: Boron is relatively cheap compared to other metals that can be used as catalysts.

    - Increased stability: Boron is chemically stable and does not corrode like some other metals. This makes it a more reliable option for use in electrochemical reduction reactions.

    - Reduced toxicity: Unlike some other metals, boron is relatively non-toxic. This makes it safer to use in chemical processes.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Yes, boron can act as a catalyst in electrochemical reduction. In particular, it has been shown to catalyze the reduction of oxygen molecules to water vapor. This makes it a valuable component in catalytic converters for automobiles, as it helps reduce emissions from the vehicle.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Catalysts are important because they decrease the amount of energy needed to start a reaction. Without a catalyst, the reaction would be much slower and would require more energy. Boron is a good catalyst because it is fairly cheap and it is not harmful to the environment. It also works well at room temperature, which makes it easy to use.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boron is a catalyst in electrochemical reduction. Electrochemical reduction is the process of reducing an element or compound by passing an electric current through it. The boron helps to catalyze the reduction by providing a pathway for the electrons to flow.
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  • Boron nitride is a heat conductor. Thermal conductivity is the measure of a material's ability to transmit heat. It is usually measured in watts per meter kelvin (W/mK). The higher the thermal conductivity, the better the material is at conducting heat. https://borates.today/boron-nitride-powers-thermal-conductivity/ 

    Boron nitride has a thermal conductivity of 2-3 W/mK, which makes it an excellent heat conductor. This makes it a popular choice for use in heatsinks and other cooling devices. Its high thermal conductivity also makes it a good material for use in electronics and semiconductors.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron nitride is one of the few materials that provide superior thermal conductivity to graphene. The thermal conductivity of boron nitride is about 10 times that of graphene and about three times that of a diamond. This makes it an ideal material for thermal management in electronic devices and other applications where high heat dissipation is required.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron nitride is also non-toxic, meaning it does not release harmful fumes or particles into the air, and it is non-flammable, making it a safe option for use in both industrial and residential applications.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Thermal conductivity is the measurable ability of a material to transfer heat. The higher the thermal conductivity, the faster the material can dissipate heat. Boron nitride has a very high thermal conductivity rating, making it an excellent choice for thermal insulation materials.
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  • Boronate compounds are important in the study of biochemistry and biology. They have a wide range of potential uses, including in the pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. https://borates.today/boron-boronate-compounds/ 

    Boronate compounds are used as research tools to study cell biology and molecular biology. They can be used to label molecules for tracking or to probe the structure and function of proteins. Boronate compounds are also being studied as potential treatments for cancer, arthritis, and other diseases.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boronate compounds are a class of chemical compounds that contain the boron-oxygen-carbonate functional group. Boronate compounds are used in a variety of applications, including flame retardants and pharmaceuticals. One particularly interesting application of boronate compounds is their use as artificial sweeteners. Unlike other artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame or saccharin, which taste sweet because they interact with your taste receptors to produce a sugary taste, boronate compounds are non-sweet but still provide a calorie-free sweetness. This makes them an attractive choice for people looking for an artificial sweetener that does not contribute additional calories to their diet.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - There is evidence that boronate compounds can also help protect cells from damage caused by toxic metals such as aluminum and lead. Additionally, there is some evidence that boronate compounds may have anti-cancer properties. More research is needed to determine the full extent of these potential benefits, but early results look promising.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Boronate compounds are important in cell signaling, where they play a role in regulating protein-protein interactions. In particular, boronate compounds are thought to be involved in the aggregation of amyloid-beta peptides, which are believed to be responsible for the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
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  • There are a few different boron-based solutions that can be used to clean electronics. One is a water-based solution that contains dissolved boric acid. Another is an alcohol-based solution that contains a dissolved borate salt. https://borates.today/boron-solutions-electronics/ 

    Both of these solutions work by breaking down the fatty acids and oils that are found on the surface of electronic devices. The boron in the solution reacts with these oils to create molecules that are soluble in water or alcohol. These soluble molecules then rinse away easily, leaving your device clean and free of any unwanted oils or residues.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron solutions are great for cleaning electronics because they are non-toxic and environmentally friendly. In addition, they have a low surface tension which allows them to reach into tight spaces and remove dirt, dust, and other debris. Boron solutions are also effective at neutralizing static electricity, so they can be used to clean screens and other delicate electronics without fear of damaging them. Finally, boron solutions leave behind a protective coating that helps to prevent future buildup of dirt and dust.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron solutions are also great for getting rid of fingerprints and other smudges on touchscreen devices.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Yes, you can clean your electronics with boron solutions. In fact, boron is a common ingredient in many electronic cleaning products. It's effective at removing dust, dirt, and other debris from electronic equipment without causing any damage.
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  • There is some evidence that boron may play a role in energy conversion and storage, but more research is needed to determine the extent of this role. What is currently known is that boron is necessary for the healthy function of bones, muscles, and nerves. https://borates.today/boron-heat-conversion/ 

    It also helps the body to utilize other minerals, such as magnesium and calcium. So while it's not clear yet just how important boron is for energy conversion and storage, it's definitely an important mineral for overall health.
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  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Additionally, boron is necessary for the formation and maintenance of healthy connective tissue.
  • jenniferramirez3232 - Boron also plays an important role in the metabolism of minerals such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and copper. For example, boron helps to regulate the absorption and utilization of these minerals in bone tissue.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Yes. Boron is required for the proper function of numerous enzymes that are involved in the production of energy from carbohydrates and fats, including glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, pyruvate kinase, aldehyde dehydrogenase, and acyl-CoA dehydrogenase.
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  • Agricultural practices have a significant impact on food security. modern farming techniques, which rely heavily on fertilizers, pesticides and other chemicals, have led to a decline in the quality of our soil and water, as well as reductions in the populations of beneficial insects and other creatures that help keep crops healthy. https://borates.today/boron-food-security-availability/

    This has resulted in decreased yields and increased vulnerability to pests and disease. In addition, the use of GMOs has led to the development of herbicide-resistant weeds, creating an ever-growing problem for farmers. To ensure food security into the future, we need to return to more sustainable agricultural practices that protect our soil, water and environment.
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  • drLisatorres - According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the world currently produces enough food to feed everyone. However, because of a number of factors including poverty, inequality, and lack of access to resources, 870 million people are still going hungry. Agricultural policies that promote industrial-scale farming and export-oriented production have contributed to this global food crisis. These policies have led to the displacement of smallholder farmers, the depletion of soil fertility, and the loss of biodiversity. They have also promoted unsustainable farming methods that are harmful to both people and the environment. We need agricultural policies that support sustainable farming practices and local food production systems. These policies would help ensure food security for all people while protecting our environment.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In addition, modern agriculture is very water-intensive, and it often leads to the depletion of groundwater reserves.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Fertilizers can contaminate water supplies with harmful chemicals, pesticides can kill bees and other pollinators that are essential for crop pollination, and herbicides can create "superweeds" that are resistant to herbicides.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Agricultural practices have a significant effect on food security. Modern agriculture relies heavily on inputs such as fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. These inputs help to boost crop yields, but they also come with negative environmental and health consequences.
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  • Eti Maden, also known as the Turkish Diamond, is a rare gemstone that is found only in Turkey. It is considered to be one of the world's most precious gems and is highly sought-after by collectors. The stone gets its name from the Turkish word for "diamond," which is "eti." https://borates.today/billion-dollar-boron/

    The Eti Maden mine is located in the Erzurum Province of eastern Turkey and has been producing this rare gemstone since ancient times. The stones are found in a type of clay called "kireçtaşı" which means "limestone." The stones are extracted from the clay using hand tools and are then cleaned and polished.
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  • drLisatorres - Eti Maden is a type of Turkish ruby that is prized for its deep red color. The stone gets its name from the area in Turkey where it is found. Eti Maden rubies are highly sought after by collectors and jewelry enthusiasts because of their unique beauty and rarity.
  • andrewjackson6626 - The ore at the Eti Maden mine contains about 0.4% copper, which means that a lot of ore must be processed to extract a small amount of copper.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The Eti Maden mine employs more than 8,000 people, and it is responsible for about 15% of Turkey's copper production.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Eti Maden is a Turkish copper mine that has been in operation since the 1960s. It is one of the largest mines in the world, and it is estimated that it will continue to produce copper for another 100 years. The mine is located in the central Anatolian region of Turkey, and it covers an area of 5,500 hectares.
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  • The impact of climate change is already being felt around the world, and it's only going to get worse. https://borates.today/boron-and-climate-risk/

    Climate change is a global problem that requires global action. It's caused by human activity, and we're the only ones who can fix it.

    We need to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and switch to renewable energy sources.

    We need to plant more trees and protect our green spaces.

    We need to take care of our planet because we're the only ones who can.
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  • drLisatorres - The most vulnerable people are the ones who will suffer the most. We need to take action now to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and prevent the worst effects of climate change from happening.
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - The impact of climate change is already being felt around the world, and it's only going to get worse. Climate change will cause more extreme weather events, sea-level rise, and global food shortages.
  • andrewjackson6626 - In addition, climate change is having an impact on food production. There have been declines in crop yields due to changes in weather patterns, and this will likely continue to be a problem as the Earth warms up. This will lead to increases in food prices, which will be especially hard on those who are already struggling financially.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - The impact of climate change is already being felt by humans in a variety of ways. For one, the increased temperatures are causing more extreme weather conditions, such as hurricanes and typhoons. This makes it difficult for people to live in certain areas, and also results in loss of life and property.
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  • Boron is essential for plant growth and development. It is mainly taken up by plants through the roots, although a small amount can also be absorbed through the leaves. Boron is transported within the plant in the xylem tissue, which is responsible for transporting water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant. https://borates.today/boron-vegetable-garden/

    The uptake and transport of boron are regulated by several factors, including pH, soil moisture, and availability of other nutrients. Boron deficiency can cause stunted growth, weak stems, and chlorosis (yellowing) of the leaves. Severe boron deficiencies can lead to the death of the plant.
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  • drLisatorres - Plants take up boron through their roots. The amount of boron that a plant can take up depends on the pH of the soil. Soil with a low pH (high acidity) will not hold much boron and plants will take up less than plants in soil with a high pH (low acidity).
  • Kimberly_Adams2320 - Boron is a mineral found in soil and water. It is used as a fertilizer and helps plants absorb other nutrients. Boron is also essential for plant growth and development. It helps regulate plant hormones, controls cell division, and influences carbohydrate metabolism.
  • Anderson_Mark2248 - Boron is transported within plants in two forms: as organic molecules and inorganic ions. Boron is mainly transported within plants as organic molecules, but it can also be transported as inorganic ions if there is a deficiency of organic molecules.
  • andrewjackson6626 - Most plants take up boron from the soil through their roots. Boron is essential for plant growth and development, so a lack of boron will stunt plant growth. The amount of boron uptake by plants depends on the concentration of boron in the soil, the type of plant, and the stage of growth of the plant.
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