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A binary compound of boron with a more electropositive element.
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(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]
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(ˈbɔr aɪd, ˈboʊr-)

a compound consisting of two elements of which boron is the more electronegative one.
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Boride Carbide [Al.sub.2] (Ti[B.sub.2]) ([Al.sub.4] [O.sub.3]) [C.sub.3]) Ladle Treatment (%) (%) (%) ID Condition X5 before 10% -- 89% after 3% 88% -- X7 before -- -- 5% after -- -- -- X9 before -- -- -- after -- 45% 50% Table 2.
From previous studies, most of the research work was focused on carbon materials and silica particles, but the studies on the addition of boride into CE resins have still not been conducted adequately.
Then they analyze elastomer-based composite materials comprising hybrid fillers obtained by different techniques, pyrolysis carbon black, carbon nanostructures, modified activated carbons, ferrites, carbide and boride ceramics, and calcined kaolin.
Synthesis and characterization of Ni and Co boride catalysts for the hydrogenation of cyclohexene and hydrodesulfurization of thiophene reactions
Hu, "Molybdenum boride and carbide catalyze hydrogen evolution in both acidic and basic solutions," Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.
This method is used to produce the nanocomposite coating, which has metallic matrix, such as Cu [54, 55], Al [56, 57], Co [58], or alloy matrix [59-61], and its nanofillers are nitrite, carbide, boride, diamond, CNT, or others [54-61].
Furman Boride, vice president of Charleston, S.C.-based Charles Ingram Lumber Company, wrote that January 2017 was the last month that Ingram received all of the cars ordered from CSX.
Chandran, "First principles determination of elastic constants and chemical bonding of titanium boride (TiB) on the basis of density functional theory," Acta Materialia, vol.
The lack of evidence for crystalline boride phases suggests that the B atoms occupy interstitial sites or measurements revealed a contraction of the lattice with increasing B content that the boride phase present are below the detection limit of the XRD.
Metastable Ni7B3: A New Paramagnetic Boride from Solution Chemistry, Its Crystal Structure and Magnetic Properties.
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.