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Amorphous boron Amorphous boron This is a form boron. The element boron occurs rarely in nature as its pure form, but as orthoboric or borates. Boron’s energy gap of 1,50 to 1,556 eV is greater than that of silicon or germanium. It transmits parts of infrared. At room temperature boron is not as good a conductor of electricity. Boron is available in amorphous and crystalline forms. Boron has a tasteless and odorless. Amorphous Boron is a brownish powder. Crystalline Boron is black in color, extremely hard on the Mohs Scale (about 9.5), and is not a good conductor when at room temperatures. In the periodic chart of elements, boron lies between the non-metal and metal element series. Boron’s chemical properties are active due to many of its characteristics. These include a strong electronegative charge, a small atomic radius, and central nuclear charge. The non-metal of boron is very similar to silicon. At high temperature, boron may react with sulfur, oxygen, nitrogen or halogen. Boron remains stable at room temperature. It will oxidize when heated up to 300°C and burn if heated up to 700°C. Boron is easily combined with a variety of metals in order to produce metal boride. High purity boron can be crystalline. The vapor phase reaction of boron chloride or tribromide and hydrogen can be used to prepare crystalline boron.

Boron (B) Metal Powder Info

Chemical Formula: B
Amorphous Boron & Crystalline Boron

Physical Properties
Amorphous Boron : fine powder between 0.5 and 0.8 micron
Crystalline Boron: Granules fine powder and filaments. Crystalline fine Powder available up to -325 Mesh.

Chemical Properties
Amorphous Boron : 90-92% et 95-97%
Crystalline Boron (99%, 99.5%), 99.9+% (99.995%) and 99.9995%

Boracium, bore boron metallic boron boron amorphous boron boron boron boron crystalline boron boron enriched boron boron b-10 pieces CAS #7440 42 8 MIL B 51092 PA PD 451 EINECS 23151-2

Boron (B) Metal Powder CAS Number: CAS# 7440-42-8

What is the purpose of amorphous boran?
  • The amorphous boron used in flares is used to ignite rocket fuel. It gives flares their distinctive green colour. Boric acid, sodium borate and boric oxid are the three most important boron compounds. You can find them in eye drops and mild antiseptics.
  • Oxygen-scavenger; semi-conductor-dopant; rocket-propellant blends; pyrotechnic flashes. Refractory additive. Cementation of iron and special purpose alloys. Neutron absorber for nuclear reactor controls. Radiation hardening.
  • Elemental Boron is used as dopant for semiconductors. However, boron compounds also play an important role as lightweight structural materials, as insecticides and preservation agents, as well as as reagents in chemical synthesis.
  • Boron (amorphous Powder) was used as a boron sources to synthesize hexagonal boran nitride, boron doped diamond (BDD), or europium doped BN nanotubes.
  • A recent study reports on a study that examines the structure and transport properties in situ of long MgB2/Fe Wires. These wires are made by using , amorphous Boros, and nano amorphous Boros powders. The powder-in-tube (PIT), standard method is used to fabricate the wire samples. Transport measurements are performed in Bitter magnets with high magnetic fields of up to nine T. Researchers have found that a mixture of amorphous boron powder and amorphous micro boron powder in equal amounts can be used to produce long wires with no degradation of transport engineering Jce in low and medium magnetic fields.

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