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n.1.(Chem.) A salt of fluoboric acid; a fluoboride.
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An alternative fluoborate solution has been used, especially if hydrogen embrittlement must be avoided; soluble cadmium anodes are normal.
Thus ferric fluoborate can be used to dissolve lead concentrates and in the electrowinning step oxygen evolution at the anode is replaced by oxidation of ferrous fluoborate to ferric fluoborate.
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