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Latest company news about Potassium Fluoroborate KBF4

Potassium Fluoroborate KBF4

[2020-07-24 08:56:55]
Potassium Fluoroborate (KBF4) is a white crystalline salt material. It is offered in granular and fine powder. KBF4 is a key ingredient in grain refining salts for aluminum and can be used separately or combined with Potassium Titanium Fluoride (K2TiF6) to form a grain refining flux. KBF4 is used as ... Read More
Latest company news about Uses of Boric Acid

Uses of Boric Acid

[2020-07-15 12:59:52]
Boric acid is a weak acid that is made up of boron, hydrogen and oxygen. It is a solid white crystal substance at room temperature and can be dissolved in water. Boric acid can be found in nature in some areas of volcanic activity as well as in seawater, plants and fruits. It was first prepared by ... Read More
Latest company news about New uses for Mica

New uses for Mica

[2019-06-11 16:27:59]
Synthetic Mica Mica is a general term used to describe a series of silicate minerals that are characterize dphysically by a perfect basal cleavage and yield with ease thin, tough laminas. Commercially, the two most widely used micas in the electrical industry are the muscovite and phlogopite types. ... Read More
Latest company news about A typical Belousov-Zhabotinsky pattern of concentric circles, observed in this case in polymer-controlled crystallisation and self-organisation from barium carbonate.

A typical Belousov-Zhabotinsky pattern of concentric circles, observed in this case in polymer-controlled crystallisation and self-organisation from barium carbonate.

[2017-12-15 17:06:26]
A typical Belousov-Zhabotinsky pattern of concentric circles, observed in this case in polymer-controlled crystallisation and self-organisation from barium carbonate. The structures are similar to a computer-simulated pattern (smaller circle, upper right). The block copolymer used appears in the ... Read More
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