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boric

adjective Of, pertaining or referring to boron, as in boric acid.
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[14] studied the formation of boric acid by dissolving colemanite samples that were subjected to flash calcination in water saturated with CO2 and found that the calcined samples showed the fastest dissolution at 600AdegC.
The highest efficiency of membrane concentration of boric acid is observed with respect to its hydrated forms.
Microwave carbothermal reduction is fast and effective for synthesizing well crystallized nanostructured equiaxial boron carbide, starting with inexpensive and simple precursors such as boric acid and carbon black, without any reaction agent as magnesium or aluminum, or cobalt as catalyst.
(2006, 2008), who found > 80% mortality in the application of boric acid to vegetation against a laboratory-reared population of Ae.
The ototoxic effect of boric acid solutions applied into the middle ear of guinea pigs.
This work studied the effect of different concentrations of boric acid as an accelerator on CeCC baths and the role played by the substrate composition in this solution at 60[degrees]C.
Boric acid for recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis: the clinical evidence.
Boric acid suppositories have been around for a very long time and are both antibacterial and antifungal, although their exact mechanism of action is not clear.
As suggested by earlier study [18], growth pattern of boric acid depends strongly on the type of material and the surface condition of substrate.
It is clear from the Tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 that the quantities of acids namely; phosphoric acid, oxalic acid, acetic acid and formic acid used per litre of liming effluent to settle the SS are 13 mL, 8 mL, 15 mL & 15 mL, 15 g, 12 g, 15 g & 20 g, 25 mL, 15 mL, 25 mL, & 27 mL, 13 mL, 11 mL, 13 mL, & 14.9 mL, respectively, which is quite negligible quantity with the exception of boric acid which is 550 g, 530 g, 350g and 550 g accordingly and obviously higher than the preceding acids.
Feutrell's Early, trees were sprayed with boric acid and zinc sulphate either alone or in combination [T1 = control (water spray), T2 = 0.3% boric acid at fruit set stage, T3 = 0.5% zinc sulphate at fruit set stage, T4 = 0.3% boric acid + 0.5% zinc sulphate at fruit set stage, T5 = 0.5% zinc sulphate + 0.3 % boric acid at premature stage)].