sodium tetraborate


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sodium tetraborate

[′sōd·ē·əm ¦te·trə′bȯr‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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This experiment examined the influence on the consumption of NuLure by the addition of sucrose, fructose, valine, or sodium tetraborate to 10% NuLure.
In this work, four wood protection systems were developed based on the dual vacuum-impregnation of wood with combinations of alum and other low-cost chemicals, namely sodium hydroxide, ammonia, magnesium chloride, and sodium tetraborate.
Borate introduction to the liquor cycle used addition of sodium tetraborate pentahydrate to the black liquor mixing tank initially and then to the green liquor surge tank to obtain a maximum B/Na weight ratio of 0.