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Borax

Sodium borate, a compound used in detergents and makeup as well as in insecticides and metallurgy. As such, it has both industrial and consumer product uses.
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The Fab fragments were purified over fast-flow Protein A-Sepharose with use of 10% saturated sodium borate and 3 mol/L sodium chloride.
When trypsin was used in the inhibition assay, 50 [micro]L of succinylated casein (2 g/L in 50 mmol/L sodium borate buffer, pH 8.
Millennium Cell's Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system generates hydrogen from sodium borohydride, which is derived from sodium borate, commonly known as borax.
Millennium Cell's Hydrogen on Demand system generates hydrogen from sodium borohydride, which is derived from sodium borate, commonly known as borax.
Millennium Cell's Hydrogen on Demand solution generates hydrogen from sodium borohydride, which is derived from sodium borate, commonly known as borax.
Millennium Cell's proprietary Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system generates hydrogen from sodium borohydride, leaving a sodium borate solution.