sodium borate


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sodium borate

n.
An odorless white solid compound, Na2B4O7, used in the manufacture of glass, ceramics, detergents, and pharmaceuticals. It is often used in its decahydrate form, which is also known as borax.
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The reaction of N-succinimidyl acetate with insulin was studied using different ratios of the reagent and protein and at various pH values; the most favorable condition was the use of 10: 1 ratio of the reagent: insulin, with incubation time of 10 min in 20 mM sodium borate buffer, pH 12.
An example water solution consists of 69-81 wt% water, 1-20 wt% ammonium polyphosphate, 4-5 wt% sodium borate, 4-5 wt% boric acid, and 0.
As many as ten mixtures were prepared for a standard curve and were made with desired aliquot volumes from the stock solution of riboflavin combined with sodium borate pH 7.
Sodium borate, also known as borax, and boric acid are added to many products as cleaning agents, enzyme stabilizers or for other functions.
Borax, Boric acid, Sodium Borate, Solubor, and Sodium tetra-borate can be used as boron fertilizers.
This might require writing more than one name, such as sodium borate, borax or sodium tetraborate decahydrate.
Remove stains from Fabrics before washing by rubbing a paste of dishwasher detergent and sodium borate into the fabric and rinsing.
For example, Espree Natural Aloe Optisoothe Eye Wash for Dogs & Cats contains purified water, aloe vera, benzalkonium chloride, and sodium chloride; V-Pro Eye Rinse for Dogs contains boric acid, purified water, sodium borate, and sodium chloride; and the human product OcuFresh Eye Wash contains sodium chloride, sodium borate, and boric acid.
Sapwood blocks of white pine and American beech were impregnated in a two-step treatment with either a 5 percent copper chloride solution or a mixture of 5 percent copper chloride and 2 percent sodium borate followed by impregnation with a phenol-formaldehyde resin containing various concentrations of a softwood-bark-derived pyrolytic oil.