sodium borohydride

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sodium borohydride

[′sōd·ē·əm ‚bȯr·ō′hī‚drīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaBH4 A flammable, hygroscopic, white to gray powder; soluble in water, insoluble in ether and hydrocarbons; decomposes in damp air; used as a hydrogen source, a chemical reagent, and a rubber foaming agent.
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After water rinse, the blend membrane was placed in a supersaturated aqueous solution of NaBH4 to reduce [Ag.
To prepare GO-AgNP composites, AgNO3 was reduced in situ by NaBH4 and sodium citrate 44, where sodium citrate also functions as a coating agent.
1 M solution of NaBH4 in de-ionized water was added under continuous stirring.
To this mixture, solution of NaBH4 (2 g/500 ml) was added drop wise using a dropping funnel over a period of 24 hours along with continuous stirring using a magnetic stirrer.
Then, we implemented the following reduction methods: NaBH4 and Vitamin C.
The NaHTe solution was prepared by adding 2 mM of NaBH4 and tellurium powder in 50 mL of distilled water.
Then the permethylated EPS was hydrolyzed with C2HF3O2 (60C for 30 min) reduced with NaBH4 and then acetylated with pyridine and acetic anhydride (Wack and Blaschek 2006).
In this paper, we have NaBH4 reducing method of silver nitrate to prepare heterogeneous silver-silica nanocomposite particles with thiol and amino groups serving to bind the Ag nanoparticles to the surfaces of the Si[O.
Initially the selective hydrogenation of olefinic bond (Khurana and Sharma 2004) of cinnamoyl group was carried out on compound 2 using NaBH4, Ni[Cl.
53847) was purchased from Fluka Chemie, and the optimized concentration was added to a NaBH4 solution containing 3 g/L NaOH (see Table 1 in the Data Supplement that accompanies the online version of this article at http://www.