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borate

[′bȯ‚rāt]
(chemistry)
A generic term referring to salts or esters of boric acid.
Related to boric oxide, B2O3, or commonly to only the salts of orthoboric acid, H3BO3.
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Another approach to providing sufficient borate to a bridge timber is to drill holes in the member before treatment and fill the holes with solid or powdered preservative.
The recent evoluations show that the problems in the continental borate and other salts formations have been solved along with the development of the laboratory studies about volcanic arc and the related springs [5].
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.
Even today most powder degreasers for anodised aluminium still contain borate so to meet this challenge Chemetall has developed a solution for this with the introduction of Gardoclean T 5281, a completely borate-free aluminium cleaner.
This new research suggests that when life was getting started on Earth, borate could also have been concentrated in deposits on Mars.
As an added plus, pests cannot develop a resistance to borates because of their unique action.
Borate and Kokate had appealed against the trial court verdict in the HC.
Borate, the driver of a cab hired by a logistics company that Jyotikumari worked for, and his friend Kokate had picked her up from her Pashan residence at 10pm on November 1,2007 and were to drop her at her office at Hinjewadi IT Park on the outskirts of Pune.
Since his discovery of the ore and his subsequent efforts on behalf of the arts, it is interesting to note that Gerstley borate continues to be used by potters.
Henkel Corporation has received a patent for a flame-retardant composition comprised of a flame retardant formulation consisting essentially of at least one melamine compound, at least one metal borate, and at least one alkaline-earth metal hydroxide; at least one thermosetting resin; and an inorganic filler material present in the composition in an amount ranging from about 1 to about 60 weight percent on a basis of total weight of the composition, wherein the composition is substantially free of compounds containing a halogen, an antimony, or a phosphorus.
Under real service conditions, Dickinson and Murphy (6) found sufficient borate loading in windows after 23 years exposure to prevent decay, despite considerable paint deterioration.