Boron was known about as early as AD300 and was used by many cultures over the centuries, the exact date of the discovery is unknown but Jons Jakob Berzelius was the first to identify Boron as an element in 1824.
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Boron tetrahydride or boron hydride Boron tetrahydride or boron hydride
boron was named boron because of the properties it has
two allotropes of boron ; crystalline boron and brown amorphous 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-10 has 5 neutrons while boron-11 has 6.
Magnets have boron in them.