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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A trivalent metalloid element.

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  • These diamonds contain no nitrogen - but they do contain boron, which absorbs red, orange and yellow light.
  • Derived from boron, which is found in rocks, soil and water.
  • Suzuki swapped out the zinc for a boron, which is even less reactive.
  • And we anticipate, it's kind of a 60% because we're one of the very few companies who make the material which is called boron nitride. for more
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