sodium borate


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sodium borate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′bȯ‚rāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Na2B4O7·10H2O A water-soluble, odorless, white powder; melts between 75 and 200°C; used in glass, ceramics, starch and adhesives, detergents, agricultural chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and photography; the impure form is known as borax. Also known as sodium pyroborate; sodium tetraborate.
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The impregnation of sapwood of white pine and American beech with a copper chloride solution or a mixture of copper chloride and sodium borate, followed by a PF-resin containing various amounts of pyrolytic oil, increased the resistance of the treated samples to fungal degradation.
The sodium borates are roughly elliptical-shaped in plan, 2 mi in length (E-W), 1 mi in width, and range to a greatest thickness of 300 ft in the south-central portion.
5, containing 50 mmol/L phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate /bicarbonate, or sodium borate.
They found that sodium borate has no effect on the pulp properties of birch and maple.
A sodium borate compound is heated to a molten state, then it is poured into rod-shaped molds and allowed to cool.
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To prepare addition of the enzymes, sodium borate (borax) is first dissolved in warm propylene glycol, the mixture was cooled and the enzyme preparations were added.
Alkaline sodium hydroxid e and sodium borate treatments also mobilized some hexavalent chromium.
chilled loops, hot water boilers, and low pressure steam boilers will all be treated with a blend of sodium borate, sodium polyacrylate, and sodium tolytriazole to protect ferrous and non-ferrous metals in contact with the treated water.
A 200-[micro]L aliquot of a plasma sample was mixed with 200 [micro]L of a 5 mg/L solution of the internal standard [1-(aminomethyl)cycloheptane acetic acid)] in a 15 g/L sodium borate (borax; Sigma-Aldrich) solution and applied to a 1-mL Bond Elut [C.