Words of Wisdom:

"loose your temper, loose the game" - Drqayyum1

Boron Ore Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2014 – 2020

  • Date Submitted: 08/10/2015 11:38 PM
  • Flesch-Kincaid Score: 32.9 
  • Words: 1052
  • Essay Grade: no grades
  • Report this Essay
Transparency Market Research

Single User License:
Boron Ore Market - Global Industry
Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends,
And Forecast 2014 – 2020

USD 4315.5
Flat 10% Discount!!



Transparency Market Research
State Tower,
90, State Street, Suite 700.
Albany, NY 12207
United States
www.transparencymarketresearch.com
sales@transparencymarketresearch.co
m





Report will be delivered with in 15-20 working days

Free Customization as per your requirement
You will get Custom Report at Syndicated Report
price

Request Sample

Buy Now

REPORT DESCRIPTION

Boron is a chemical element with atomic number 5 and symbol B. Boron is said to be a low abundance element in both
the Earth’s crust and solar system, as it is produced directly by cosmic ray spallation and not by stellar nucleosynthesis.
Boron is concentrated on Earth owing to water solubility of the naturally occurring compounds such as borate minerals.
These minerals are industrially mined as evaporates that include kernite and borax.
Metalloid, which is chemically uncombined boron is found in meteoroids in very small amounts but is not found naturally
on earth. The pure form of boron tends to form refractory materials that contain minute amounts of carbon or other
elements. Several allotropes of boron such as crystalline boron and amorphous boron are hard and poor conductor at
room temperature. Elemental boron is used in the semiconductor industry as a dopant. Around 200 naturally occurring
boron containing minerals exist on the earth among which the commercially important and frequently used mineral are
colemanite, tincal, kernite and ulexite. These ores can be refined into its pure chemical compounds such as boric acid,
anhydrous borax, anhydrous boric acid, borax decahydrate and sodium pentahydrate among others. Some of the
commercially important boron minerals include datolite, kernite, ulexite, hydroboracite, tincal and colemanite among
others.
Browse...

Comments

Express your owns thoughts and ideas on this essay by writing a grade and/or critique.

  1. No comments