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julina - 1/12/2008 6:13:30 PM

how does boron look in it's normal state?

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E-mail address randi swanstrom - 1/11/2008 5:32:24 PM

i have a project due in a few days and i need to know the cost of Boron per gram, and the normal phase of Boron.
please and thankyou.

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chelsea - 12/31/2007 7:52:28 PM

how much does a boron cost?

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E-mail address Lindsey - 12/17/2007 2:23:47 AM

I have a project due Wednesday and was wondering "How did Boron get it's name?"

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E-mail address Jason - 12/16/2007 12:56:42 AM

I have a few question for my science project if you would please answer them. What is the normal hase of boron, what family does boron belong to, and if you would could you give me a few interesting facts about it? I would appreciate it very much.

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E-mail address Samantha - 12/12/2007 2:48:33 AM

So I am doing a project for science and I got the boron and I need to know what family does the boron belong to.

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megan - 12/11/2007 1:18:05 AM

boron is used in tennis rackets. Look it up

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nini - 12/10/2007 5:16:23 PM

is boron liquid, solid or gas?

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E-mail address Alek - 12/6/2007 5:03:03 PM

  Andrew - 11/28/2007 11:11:28 PM
  how much does boron cost, i got this school project and its super hard, any help would be appreciated

i have a project on boron too, it's hard but i just found out that boron cost 10 dollars for 1 kilogram

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Andrew - 11/28/2007 11:11:28 PM

how much does boron cost, i got this school project and its super hard, any help would be appreciated

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E-mail address baylee - 11/25/2007 11:25:23 PM

hey, this is a great website but... u could use a little more info on the elements! :)

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Liv - 11/16/2007 2:38:49 AM

  E-mail address mafia - 5/2/2007 8:50:04 PM
  no it was discovered in england

Boron was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy in 1808 when he reacted boric acid (HBO3) with potassium. Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac and LJ Thernard also discovered Boron simultaneously in Paris.

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E-mail address Rachel - 11/9/2007 2:00:39 AM

Boron is the second hardest substance known to man. It is used in heat resistance alloys, as rocket fuels, washing powders, covering steel of refrigerators and washing machines, pyrotechnic flare (distinctive green color), and rockets (to ignite).

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E-mail address Morgan - 11/1/2007 3:46:56 PM

I need help i am doing a science project(powerpiont) and i need to know..Where the elements names come from?

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E-mail address Corey - 10/31/2007 12:08:31 AM

Could I have some small, good, and cool facts about boron for my school projects.

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sbdfjfgd - 10/28/2007 4:49:08 PM

what materials is boron in?

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E-mail address derek - 10/17/2007 4:29:41 PM

what family does boron belong to?

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E-mail address derek - 10/17/2007 4:28:01 PM

what is the normal phase of boron?

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E-mail address hannah - 10/16/2007 2:40:41 AM

does boron have a freezing point because i cant find it anywhere.

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Mary - 10/11/2007 11:45:45 PM

If you like boron you are a moron

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