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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 relatively low toxicological profile of sodium borates (borates) makes them especially attractive wood preservatives.
The sodium borate based treatment had no effect on leaching of copper and arsenic, but increased leaching of chromium due to some oxidati on of the trivalent chromium.
Mason reported that chromated copper arsenate (CCA) is the most common wood preservative treatment for southern yellow pine, followed by sodium borate, which acts as both an insecticide and a fungicide.
The Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system generates hydrogen from sodium borohydride, which is derived from sodium borate, commonly known as borax.
After the column was washed and non-coupled active groups were deactivated, 10 mL of the proANP-specific antiserum (diluted 1:2 in 50 mmol/L sodium borate buffer, pH 7.
Previous work demonstrated that sodium borate was optimal for binding drugs to the first column during the application step and that borate was useful as the ex change buffer when initiating the transfer of drugs from column 1 to column 2 (11).
2-[micro]m (pore size) filtration and addition of saturated sodium borate and sodium chloride to final concentrations of 100 g/L and 3 mol/L, respectively.
36; 1 g/L made up 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.
RTM President and CEO Liu Xiaoling noted that Asia is the world's largest and fastest expanding sodium borate market, representing 50% of the global demand.