fluoroborate

fluoroborate

[‚flu̇r·ə′bȯr‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Any of a group of compounds related to the borates in which one or more oxygens have been replaced by fluorine atoms.
The BF4- ion, which is derived from fluoroboric acid, HBF4. Also known as fluoborate.
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The use of potassium beryllium fluoroborate (KBBF) once stalled the project and Chen Chuangtian, a CAS member along with Xu Zuyuan, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering turned to the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for help.
DBF contains fluoroborate ion in its structure, which is known to be more resistant to water than the chlorine found in DDAC.
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Because the oxygen that reacts with magnesium is found in the cores themselves, the researchers were able to limit the oxidation effects by adding 1% potassium fluoroborate to certain sand mixtures.
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