Where can you find boron on earth?
Boron, as a trace element, can be found extensively in the environment. It can be found in the oceans, soils, plants and rocks. Food sources of boron can include green vegetables.
Several allotropes of boron exist: amorphous boron is a brown powder; whereas crystalline boron is black, extremely hard (about 9.5 on Mohs' scale), and a poor conductor at room temperature. Elemental boron is used as a dopant in the semiconductor industry, while boron compounds play important roles as light structural materials, insecticides and preservatives, and reagents for chemical synthesis. basically...yes.
Boron-6: ? Boron-7: ? - 1.4 MeV Boron-8: 770 ms Boron-9: ? - 0.54 KeV Boron-10: stable Boron-11: stable Boron-12: 20.2 ms Boron-13: 17.33 ms Boron-14: 12.5 ms Boron-15: 9.93 ms Boron-16: <190 ps Boron-17: 5.08 ms Boron-18: <26 ns Boron-19: 2.92 ms Boron-20: ? Boron-21: ? Source: NNDC, Brookhaven National Laboratories, see Related Link below for details. (Click on each nuclide to scroll and recenter.)