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borate

 [bor´āt]
any salt of boric acid.

bo·rate

(bō'rāt),
A salt of boric acid.

borate

A salt formed by the combination of boric acid with a base or positive radical in a 3+ oxidation state.
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Introducing of alkali ions in borate glasses creates more cohesive structures because they incorporate into B2O3 glasses ionically leading to the change in the coordination number of boron between three and four according to their behavior with the surrounding oxygens [3].
Then PUB was coated on the surface of SPS by the approach of transesterification between the urushiol and tributyl borate which reacted at 70[degrees]C of water bath for 24 hr.
Optical and shielding behavior studies of vanadiumdoped lead borate glasses.
Significant progress in understanding of the structure of borate glasses at the level of superstructural units was achieved in the framework of the thermodynamic approach to modeling the properties and structure of the oxide glasses [15].
Park, "Effect of tris(methoxy diethylene glycol) borate on ionic conductivity and electrochemical stability of ethylene carbonate-based electrolyte," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
The objective of this study was to assess whether holes drilled in bridge timbers to provide reservoirs for borate preservatives would significantly impair the mechanical properties of the beams.
In applications such as highly loaded EPDM roofing where one could utilize antimony oxide, chlorinated paraffins, zinc borate and fillers to aid in developing a compound that passes stringent flame retardant requirements.
However, in the case of S3 and S4, after 30 min of heating the suspension S2, the measured quantities of urea and borate were added into the system.
As many as ten mixtures were prepared for a standard curve and were made with desired aliquot volumes from the stock solution of riboflavin combined with sodium borate pH 7.52 buffer.
But many adhesives derived from pure starches can significantly be improved by urea derivatives and borate additives through viscosity enhancement, quick tacking, and better solution properties [3].
Borate compounds have been widely studied due to their features as glass formers and also on account of being very advantageous materials for radiation dosimetry application as discussed elsewhere [1, 2].
The gamma ray attenuation coefficients of borate glasses are found for 1173 and 1332 keV [13].