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Boric Acid

Boric Acid

50.00 - 150.00 USD ($)/Ton

Product Details:

  • Shape other
  • Application Other
  • Storage Room Temperature
  • Density 1.44 g/cm³ Gram per cubic centimeter(g/cm3)
  • Molecular Weight 61.83 g/mol Grams (g)
  • Poisonous NO
  • Solubility water, alcohol
  • Supply Ability : 25000 Ton Per Week
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Price And Quantity

  • 25 Ton
  • 50.00 - 150.00 USD ($)/Ton

Product Specifications

  • other
  • Other
  • 9.2
  • Room Temperature
  • Powder
  • 1.44 g/cm³ Gram per cubic centimeter(g/cm3)
  • 61.83 g/mol Grams (g)
  • H3BO3
  • water, alcohol
  • 170.9 °C
  • NO
  • Industrial grade
  • powder
  • years Years
  • 10043-35-3

Trade Information

  • FOB MUNDRA PORT
  • Cash Advance (CA)
  • 25000 Ton Per Week
  • 7 Days
  • Free samples are available
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

Boric acid, or sassolite, is found mainly in its free state in some volcanic districts, for example, in the Italian region of Tuscany, the Lipari Islands and the US state of Nevada. In these volcanic settings it issues, mixed with steam, from fissures in the ground. It is also found as a constituent of many naturally occurring minerals – boraxboraciteulexite (boronatrocalcite) and colemanite. Boric acid and its salts are found in seawater. It is also found in plants, including almost all fruits

With polyols containing cis-vicinal diols, such as glycerol and mannitol, the acidity of the boric acid solution is increased. With different mannitol concentrations, the pK of B(OH)3 extends on five orders of magnitude (from 9 to 4): this exacerbed acidity of boric acid in the presence of mannitol is also sometimes referred as "mannitoboric acid".[11] Greenwood and Earnshawn (1997)[12] refer to a pK value of 5.15 while a pK value of 3.80 is also reported in Vogel's book.[13] This is due to the formation of a boron-mannitol chelate, [B(C6H8O2(OH)4)2]−, also known as mannitoborate complex, according to the following complexation reaction releasing a proton:



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