Word Origin: Arabic Buraq; Persian Burah. These are the Arabic and Persian words for borax.
From the Arabic word Buraq and the Persian word Burah, which are both words for the material "borax."
It came from the Arabic word buraq. DUM DUM!!!---- It came from the Arabic word buraq. DUM DUM!!!----
boron ba ba boron be the boron ba ba boron!
boron was named boron because of the properties it has
Boron tetrahydride or boron hydride Boron tetrahydride or boron hydride
two allotropes of boron ; crystalline boron and brown amorphous boron
Boron discovery is the discovery of Boron.
The naturally occuring boron is the normal boron there is no synthetic or abnormal boron.
boron is very flamable boron is very flamable boron can burn because it is flamable boron can burn because it is flamable boron can burn because it is flamable
Boron belongs to the Boron Family
Boron-6: ?Boron-7: ? - 1.4 MeVBoron-8: 770 msBoron-9: ? - 0.54 KeVBoron-10: stableBoron-11: stableBoron-12: 20.2 msBoron-13: 17.33 msBoron-14: 12.5 msBoron-15: 9.93 msBoron-16: Boron-17: 5.08 msBoron-18: Boron-19: 2.92 msBoron-20: ?Boron-21: ?Source: NNDC, Brookhaven National Laboratories, see Related Link below for details. (Click on each nuclide to scroll and recenter.)
Magnets have boron in them.
Boron is in the 13th group, which is called the Boron Group.
Boron is an element and therefore contains boron atoms.
Boron is a solid.
Boron-11 (80%) and boron-10 (20%).
Boron is an element, and there are certainly atoms of boron. Saying that "boron is an atom" is a slight misuse of terminology, though.
Boron-10 has 5 neutrons while boron-11 has 6.
Boron, also in Group 13, belongs to the Boron Family.
Boron-10: 19,9 % Boron-11: 80,1 %
boron was discovered by a man named sir humphry
Metals, boron is a metalloid.