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A binary compound of boron with a more electropositive element.


(Elements & Compounds) a compound in which boron is the most electronegative element, esp a compound of boron and a metal
[C19: from bor(on) + -ide]


(ˈbɔr aɪd, ˈboʊr-)

a compound consisting of two elements of which boron is the more electronegative one.
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For the CM under consideration, when reinforcing titanium and its alloys, molybdenum wire, sapphire fibers, silicon carbide and titanium boride are used.
Vecalloy 752, said Ohio, USA-based Polyment, produces extremely hard, nearly spherical tungsten boride particles throughout the entire weld bead thickness.
Metastable Ni7B3: A New Paramagnetic Boride from Solution Chemistry, Its Crystal Structure and Magnetic Properties.
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In metastable solid solutions [[alpha]"([alpha]')+[alpha]+[beta] and [alpha]'], which obtained in the VT3-1 titanium alloy as a result of heat treatment, the boron diffusion is carried out at high speed, and sometimes there is no possibility to achieve critical concentration necessary for the boride zone formation in the sample's surface layer.
Meyer, Stollwerck, and Reichenauer developed a polymer composition that absorbs infrared radiation using a boride infrared absorber.
Chemoselective reduction of [alpha], [beta]-unsaturated aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and esters with nickel boride in methanol-water.
Kaptay and Kuznetsov reported that the boron components are dissolved in ionic form in the melt, to form boride phase on the cathode joint with metal cations [37].
Wear resistance of laser-deposited boride reinforced TiNb-Zr-Ta alloy composites for orthopedic implants, Materials Science and Engineering: C, 28, 414-420 (2008).
Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul), and Bodycote Thermal Processing (Chicago), is to quickly convert the outer surfaces of metallic parts and components into a thick, hard boride layer, which can increase resistance to wear, abrasion, erosion, scuffing, and corrosion failures.