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boric

of or containing boron
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Nine grams of cocaine and 22 grams of boric acid were found during a search of Reed's home
It is more common in the industry to obtain boric acid from colemanite or ulexite by reaction with sulfuric acid.
Disordered carbon black with high surface area (263.2 [m.sup.2]/g) and pure boric acid (Merck, >99%) were used in this experiment.
The dogs were treated with cleaning of ear canals with 2% Boric acid and 2% Acetic acid solution, Meloxicam (Melonex (a)) @ 0.2 mg/kg b.wt.
The DO Agriculture also stressed farmers to use 1.5kg nitrogen fertilizer mixed in 100 litres, zink 35 percent and boric acid 200 grams in 100 litres as it woudl serve as tonic for crops and save them from attack of different pests.
In the practical processes, boric acid has been added to the solutions used in the film stretching, because the addition of boric acid to the solutions increases substantially the amount of the polyiodine complexes in the film [26, 27] and stabilizes the structure of the polyiodine complexes in the film.
An example water solution consists of 69-81 wt% water, 1-20 wt% ammonium polyphosphate, 4-5 wt% sodium borate, 4-5 wt% boric acid, and 0.8-1 wt% hydrogen peroxide.
The 'toxic' active ingredient in ATSBs is mostly boric acid, which is an environmentally friendly compound harmless to humans, but toxic to adult mosquitoes (Xue & Barnard 2003; Muller et al.
All patients were treated with one of two medical regimens; 7 patients received a combination of boric acid powder, nystatin powder, and oral fluconazole, and 4 received a powdered combination of ciprofloxacin, chloramphenicol, amphotericin, and hydrocortisone (CCAH).
These five samples have been made by mixing different compositions of potassium carbonate (mole 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, and 30%) and boric acid (mole 90%, 85%, 80%, 75%, and 70%) after they were weighed.