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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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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.
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