What does the boron family react to?

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The boron family does not react to many items. However, the one group that it does react violently with is the halogen group.

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Anything about the boron family?

what do they react to

What does boron react to?

in your question boron reacts to moron. boron cannot react by itself. it needs to react with another chemical.

How does boron react to water?

Under normal circumstances boron does not react with water.

What does boron react with?

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.

With what family does boron belong?

Boron belongs to the Boron Family

What is the boron family?

family name for boron

What family is boron in?

Boron, also in Group 13, belongs to the Boron Family.

What are the properties in the boron family?

what are the properties of the boron family

Does boron reacts with sulphuric acid?

Crystalline/solid boron does not react at all with sulfuric acid. However, finely powered boron will react with sulfuric acid but very slowly.

What family is boron from?

Boron is from the 3A family, the same as Aluminium.

What do you get when you mix carbon and boron together?

Under favorable conditions, carbon and boron can react to form boron carbide.

What family does boron belong to?

Boron's family has no specific name like the Halogens or the Alkali metals. It is simply the Boron Family.