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The selectivity value of the reverse osmosis membrane according to borate and polyborate ions is significantly higher than for boric acid, since the dimensions of the latter are close to the dimensions of water molecules (Fig.
As discussed early, the reaction can take place in three steps: (1) boric acid dehydrates at temperatures above 80[degrees]C, transforming to boron anhydride ([B.sub.2][O.sub.3]), (2) boron oxide is reduced by carbon producing elementary boron, and (3) the reaction between elementary boron and carbon forms boron carbide.
Simultaneous stress-strain/SAXS/WAXD experiments of the PVA films during film stretching in the boric acid aqueous solutions with various boric acid concentrations were performed with the SAXS/WAXD apparatus at BL03XU beamline of SPring-8 (Hyogo, Japan).
The field experiment showed that boric acid sugar baits sprayed on plants within a hammock island near salt marshes resulted in the significant reduction of landing rate counts on human subjects (Fig.
(9) In view of the acidic nature of boric acid, it may also cause some pain and discomfort, but patients usually tolerate it well.
Out of five different compositions, we have found three glass samples composed of 80% boric acid and 20% potassium carbonate; 75% boric acid and 25% potassium carbonate; 70% boric acid and 30% potassium carbonate by XRD technique.
Using boric acid as an accelerator at 0.1 g [L.sup.-1], the nucleation of the CeCC increased the crystalline aggregates (Figure 1(b)); similarly, at 0.5 g [L.sup.-1] of boric acid, the influence of the substrate, the microstructure, and the topography on the treatment's growth are observed as white points (Figure 1(c)).
Ralph for chronic candidiasis: boric acid capsules placed in the vagina three times weekly for 4 to 6 months.
The recurrence rates ranged from 0% to 45.5% in those using boric acid.
The structure is due to boric acid clusters which are confirmed by the presence of intense hydrogen borate peaks in XRD analysis as well as FTIR spectroscopy.
In different experiments one litre liming float was taken in a beaker, stirred and treated by weak acids namely; phosphoric acid, oxalic acid, acetic acid, boric acid and formic acid to achieve pH between 6.2-6.6 and then passed through the absorbent prepared from the raw trimmings of cattle hides keeping the quantity of absorbent constant i.e 500 g in each experiment.