boron bonds with fluorine, chlorine, hydrogen, bromine, and oxygen.
Boron and oxygen
yes. it's made of sodium, boron, oxygen, and water
1 boron and 2 oxygen
The BCNO group is Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen.
The boron group is not generally reactive. The metals and oxygen groups are the most reactive, but the noble gases and the boron group are not very reactive.
oxygen is a non metal
something to do with salt, boron and oxygen.
A covalent bond does not have oxygen in it but ionic bonds do and because Boron cannot join with oxygen it can only make covalent bonds hope that helps =)
oxygen boron carbon iodine
Three hydrogens one boron and three oxygen
Boron does not react with water or oxygen but when Boron burns it creates boron trioxide and when Boron burns in air when heated it creates a mixture of Boron trioxide and Boron Nitrate. Boron does not react with Acids or Alkalis and will only react if it is in a highly divided state. Also Boron is oxidised by Nitric Acid to produce Boric Acid and finally Boron reacts with fused Sodium Hydroxide to form Sodium, Borate and Hydrogen. Boron is also used in the bearings of wind turbines and in the nuclear industry for a moderator for neutrons.
Oxiborate is the ion with the chemical formula (BO3)3-. A compound without oxygen is the boron hydride, BH3.
Helium, boron, oxygen, fluorine, iodine.
Boron and Oxygen Family
fluorine, chlorine, hydrogen, bromine, oxygen
Known as the Boron Group i think the elements in group 13 are know as bcno's consists or boron carbon nitrogen and oxygen