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7 Facts That You Should Know About Boron

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7 Facts That You Should Know About Boron

Post  bejoy on Thu Jul 06, 2017 6:09 am

Boron is a flexible element. It's a vital nutrient for plants, it is crucial in the nuclear industry and the fundamental element of a peculiar liquid called Oobleck.

Found next to carbon on the Periodic Table of Elements, boron is a metalloid, a substance with both metallic and non-metallic possessions. It's an entangled component, as Stony Brook University Prof Artem Oganov told the New York Times in 2009.

Atomic (number of protons in the core): 5

Atomic symbol (on the Periodic Table of Elements): B

Atomic weight (normal mass of the molecule): 10.81

Density: 2.37 grams for each cubic centimetre

Phase at room temperature: Soil

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