Inorganic or organic compounds that contain boron as an integral part of the molecule.
Inorganic and organic derivatives of boric acid either B(OH)3 or, preferably H3BO3.
A technique for the treatment of neoplasms, especially gliomas and melanomas in which boron-10, an isotope, is introduced into the target cells followed by irradiation with thermal neutrons.
A trace element with the atomic symbol B, atomic number 5, and atomic weight [10.806; 10.821]. Boron-10, an isotope of boron, is used as a neutron absorber in BORON NEUTRON CAPTURE THERAPY.
The collective name for the boron hydrides, which are analogous to the alkanes and silanes. Numerous boranes are known. Some have high calorific values and are used in high-energy fuels. (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
Inorganic or organic salts and esters of boric acid.
A class of inorganic or organic compounds that contain the borohydride (BH4-) anion.
A technique for the treatment of neoplasms in which an isotope is introduced into target cells followed by irradiation with thermal neutrons.
Atomic species differing in mass number but having the same atomic number. (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
Electrically neutral elementary particles found in all atomic nuclei except light hydrogen; the mass is equal to that of the proton and electron combined and they are unstable when isolated from the nucleus, undergoing beta decay. Slow, thermal, epithermal, and fast neutrons refer to the energy levels with which the neutrons are ejected from heavier nuclei during their decay.
Compounds containing the -SH radical.
The location of the atoms, groups or ions relative to one another in a molecule, as well as the number, type and location of covalent bonds.

Receptor-mediated targeting of fluorescent probes in living cells. (1/933)

A strategy was developed to label specified sites in living cells with a wide selection of fluorescent or other probes and applied to study pH regulation in Golgi. cDNA transfection was used to target a single-chain antibody to a specified site such as an organelle lumen. The targeted antibody functioned as a high affinity receptor to trap cell-permeable hapten-fluorophore conjugates. Synthesized conjugates of a hapten (4-ethoxymethylene-2-phenyl-2-oxazolin-5-one, phOx) and fluorescent probes (Bodipy Fl, tetramethylrhodamine, fluorescein) were bound with high affinity (approximately 5 nM) and specific localization to the single-chain antibody expressed in the endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi, and plasma membrane of living Chinese hamster ovary cells. Using the pH-sensitive phOx-fluorescein conjugate and ratio imaging microscopy, pH was measured in the lumen of Golgi (pH 6.25 +/- 0.06). Measurements of pH-dependent vacuolar H+/ATPase pump activity and H+ leak in Golgi provided direct evidence that resting Golgi pH is determined by balanced leak-pump kinetics rather than the inability of the H+/ATPase to pump against an electrochemical gradient. Like expression of the green fluorescent protein, the receptor-mediated fluorophore targeting approach permits specific intracellular fluorescence labeling. A significant advantage of the new approach is the ability to target chemical probes with custom-designed spectral and indicator properties.  (+info)

Endocytic sorting of lipid analogues differing solely in the chemistry of their hydrophobic tails. (2/933)

To understand the mechanisms for endocytic sorting of lipids, we investigated the trafficking of three lipid-mimetic dialkylindocarbocyanine (DiI) derivatives, DiIC16(3) (1,1'-dihexadecyl-3,3,3',3'-tetramethylindocarbocyanine perchlorate), DiIC12(3) (1,1'- didodecyl-3,3,3',3'-tetramethylindocarbocyanine perchlorate), and FAST DiI (1,1'-dilinoleyl-3,3,3', 3'-tetramethylindocarbocyanine perchlorate), in CHO cells by quantitative fluorescence microscopy. All three DiIs have the same head group, but differ in their alkyl tail length or unsaturation; these differences are expected to affect their distribution in membrane domains of varying fluidity or curvature. All three DiIs initially enter sorting endosomes containing endocytosed transferrin. DiIC16(3), with two long 16-carbon saturated tails is then delivered to late endosomes, whereas FAST DiI, with two cis double bonds in each tail, and DiIC12(3), with saturated but shorter (12-carbon) tails, are mainly found in the endocytic recycling compartment. We also find that DiOC16(3) (3,3'- dihexadecyloxacarbocyanine perchlorate) and FAST DiO (3, 3'-dilinoleyloxacarbocyanine perchlorate) behave similarly to their DiI counterparts. Furthermore, whereas a phosphatidylcholine analogue with a BODIPY (4,4-difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene) fluorophore attached at the end of a 5-carbon acyl chain is delivered efficiently to the endocytic recycling compartment, a significant fraction of another derivative with BODIPY attached to a 12-carbon acyl chain entered late endosomes. Our results thus suggest that endocytic organelles can sort membrane components efficiently based on their preference for association with domains of varying characteristics.  (+info)

Orientation of the pore-forming peptide GALA in POPC vesicles determined by a BODIPY-avidin/biotin binding assay. (3/933)

We determined the orientation of a biotinylated version of the pore-forming peptide GALA (WEAALAEALAEALAEHLAEALAEALEALAA) at pH 5.0 in large unilamellar phosphatidylcholine vesicles, using the enhancement of BODIPY-avidin fluorescence subsequent to its irreversible binding to a biotin moiety. GALA and its variants were biotinylated at the N- or C-terminus. BODIPY-avidin was either added externally or was pre-encapsulated in vesicles to assess the fraction of liposome-bound biotinylated GALA that exposed its labeled terminus to the external or internal side of the bilayer, respectively. Under conditions where most of the membrane-bound peptides were involved in transmembrane aggregates and formed aqueous pores (at a lipid/bound peptide molar ratio of 2500/1), the head-to-tail (N- to C-terminus) orientation of the membrane-inserted peptides was such that 3/4 of the peptides exposed their N-terminus on the inside of the vesicle and their C-terminus on the outside. Under conditions resulting in reduced pore formation (at higher lipid/peptide molar ratios), we observed an increase in the fraction of GALA termini exposed to the outside of the vesicle. These results are consistent with a model (Parente et al., Biochemistry, 29:8720, 1990) that requires a critical number of peptides (M) in an aggregate to form a transbilayer structure. When the peptides form an aggregate of size i, with i < M = 4 to 6, the orientation of the peptides is mostly parallel to the membrane surface, such that both termini of the biotinylated peptide are exposed to external BODIPY-avidin. This BODIPY-avidin/biotin binding assay should be useful to determine the orientation of other membrane-interacting molecules.  (+info)

Synthesis of 5-substituted 2'-deoxycytidine 5'-(alpha-P-borano)triphosphates, their incorporationinto DNA and effects on exonuclease. (4/933)

Direct PCR sequencing with boronated nucleotides provides an alternative to current PCR sequencing methods. The positions of boranophosphate-modified nucleotides incorporated randomly into DNA during PCR can be revealed directly by exonuclease digestion to give sequencing ladders. Cytosine nucleotides, however, are especially sensitive to exonuclease digestion and provide suboptimal sequencing ladders. Therefore, a series of 5-substituted analogs of 2'-deoxycytidine 5'-(alpha-P-borano)triphosphates (dCTPalphaB) were synthesized with the hope of increasing the nuclease resistance of deoxycytosine residues and thereby enhancing the deoxycytosine band intensities. These dCTP analogs contain a boranophosphate modification at the alpha-phosphate group in 2'-deoxycytidine 5'-triphosphate (dCTP) as well as a 5-methyl, 5-ethyl, 5-bromo or 5-iodo substitution for the 5-hydrogen of cytosine. The two diastereomers of each new dCTP derivative were separated by reverse phase HPLC. The first eluted diastereomer (putatively Rp) of each dCTP analog was a substrate for T7 DNA polymerase (Sequenase) and had an incorporation efficiency similar to normal dCTP and dCTPalphaB, with the 5-iodo-dCTPalphaB analog being the least efficient. Substitution at the C-5 position of cytosine by alkyl groups (ethyl and methyl) markedly enhanced the dCTPalphaB resistance towards exonuclease III (5-Et-dCTPalphaB >5-Me-dCTPalphaB >dCTPalphaB approximately 5-Br-dCTPalphaB >5-I-dCTPalphaB), thereby generating DNA sequences that better define the deoxycytosine positions. The introduction of modified dCTPalphaB should increase the utility of direct DNA sequencing with boronated nucleoside 5'-triphosphates.  (+info)

Tamoxifen inhibits acidification in cells independent of the estrogen receptor. (5/933)

Tamoxifen has been reported to have numerous physiological effects that are independent of the estrogen receptor, including sensitization of resistant tumor cells to many chemotherapeutic agents. Drug-resistant cells sequester weak base chemotherapeutics in acidic organelles away from their sites of action in the cytosol and nucleus. This work reports that tamoxifen causes redistribution of weak base chemotherapeutics from acidic organelles to the nucleus in drug-resistant cells. Agents that disrupt organelle acidification (e.g., monensin, bafilomycin A1) cause a similar redistribution. Measurement of cellular pH in several cell lines reveals that tamoxifen inhibits acidification of endosomes and lysosomes without affecting cytoplasmic pH. Similar to monensin, tamoxifen decreased the rate of vesicular transport though the recycling and secretory pathways. Organellar acidification is required for many cellular functions, and its disruption could account for many of the side effects of tamoxifen.  (+info)

BOCILLIN FL, a sensitive and commercially available reagent for detection of penicillin-binding proteins. (6/933)

We describe a new, sensitive, rapid, and nonradioactive method involving the use of the commercially available BOCILLIN FL, a fluorescent penicillin, as a labeling reagent for the detection and study of penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs). This method allowed rapid detection of 30 ng of a purified PBP protein under UV light and of 2 to 4 ng of the protein with the aid of a FluorImager. This method also allowed rapid determination of the PBP profiles of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Streptococcus pneumoniae. The PBP profiles obtained are virtually identical to those reported previously with 3H-, 14C-, or 125I-labeled penicillin. Using this method enabled us to determine the 50% inhibitory concentrations of the penicillin-sensitive and -resistant PBP2x proteins of S. pneumoniae for penicillin G, thereby allowing a direct evaluation of their relative affinities for penicillin G. Finally, this method also allowed us to compare relative affinities of a PBP2x protein for different beta-lactam antibiotics with the aid of fluorescence polarization technology and to monitor a PBP2x protein during purification.  (+info)

cAMP-dependent mobilization of intracellular Ca2+ stores by activation of ryanodine receptors in pancreatic beta-cells. A Ca2+ signaling system stimulated by the insulinotropic hormone glucagon-like peptide-1-(7-37). (7/933)

Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) is an intestinally derived insulinotropic hormone currently under investigation for use as a novel therapeutic agent in the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus. In vitro studies of pancreatic islets of Langerhans demonstrated that GLP-1 interacts with specific beta-cell G protein-coupled receptors, thereby facilitating insulin exocytosis by raising intracellular levels of cAMP and Ca2+. Here we report that the stimulatory influence of GLP-1 on Ca2+ signaling results, in part, from cAMP-dependent mobilization of ryanodine-sensitive Ca2+ stores. Studies of human, rat, and mouse beta-cells demonstrate that the binding of a fluorescent derivative of ryanodine (BODIPY FL-X ryanodine) to its receptors is specific, reversible, and of high affinity. Rat islets and BTC3 insulinoma cells are shown by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction analyses to express mRNA corresponding to the type 2 isoform of ryanodine receptor-intracellular Ca2+ release channel (RYR2). Single-cell measurements of [Ca2+]i using primary cultures of rat and human beta-cells indicate that GLP-1 facilitates Ca2+-induced Ca2+ release (CICR), whereby mobilization of Ca2+ stores is triggered by influx of Ca2+ through L-type Ca2+ channels. In these cells, GLP-1 is shown to interact with metabolism of D-glucose to produce a fast transient increase of [Ca2+]i. This effect is reproduced by 8-Br-cAMP, but is blocked by a GLP-1 receptor antagonist (exendin-(9-39)), a cAMP antagonist ((Rp)-cAMPS), an L-type Ca2+ channel antagonist (nimodipine), an antagonist of the sarco(endo)plasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase (thapsigargin), or by ryanodine. Characterization of the CICR mechanism by voltage clamp analysis also demonstrates a stimulation of Ca2+ release by caffeine. These findings provide new support for a model of beta-cell signal transduction whereby GLP-1 promotes CICR by sensitizing intracellular Ca2+ release channels to the stimulatory influence of cytosolic Ca2+.  (+info)

Interaction of diphtheria toxin T domain with molten globule-like proteins and its implications for translocation. (8/933)

The transmembrane (T) domain of diphtheria toxin has a critical role in the low pH-induced translocation of the catalytic domain (A chain) of the toxin across membranes. Here it is shown that at low pH, addition of proteins in a partly unfolded, molten globule-like conformation converted the T domain from a shallow membrane-inserted form to its transmembrane form. Fluorescence energy transfer demonstrated that molten globule-like proteins bound to the T domain. Thus, the T domain recognizes proteins that are partly unfolded and may function in translocation of the A chain as a transmembrane chaperone.  (+info)

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2-Aminoethoxydiphenyl borate (2-APB) is a chemical that acts to inhibit both IP3 receptors[1] and TRP channels (although it activates TRPV1, TRPV2, & TRPV3 at higher concentrations).[2][3] In research it is used to manipulate intracellular release of calcium ions (Ca2+) and modify TRP channel activity, although the lack of specific effects make it less than ideal under some circumstances. Additionally, there is evidence that 2-APB acts directly to inhibit gap junctions made of connexin.[4] Increasing evidence showed that 2-APB is a powerful modifier of store-operated calcium channels (SOC) function, low concentration of 2-APB can enhance SOC while high concentration induces a transient increase followed by complete inhibition.[5][6][7] ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Membrane fluidity and lipid order in ternary giant unilamellar vesicles using a new bodipy-cholesterol derivative. AU - Ariola, Florly S.. AU - Li, Zaiguo. AU - Cornejo, Christine. AU - Bittman, Robert. AU - Heikal, Ahmed A.. N1 - Funding Information: This work was supported by National Science Foundation grant MCB0718741 (A.A.H.) and National Institutes of Health grant AG030949 (A.A.H.). Additional support was provided by National Institutes of Health grant HL-083187 (to R.B.), the Penn State Materials Research Institute, and the Penn State Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (supported by National Science Foundation grant DMR-0213623), and the Lehigh-Penn State Center for Optical Technologies (supported by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania). PY - 2009. Y1 - 2009. N2 - Cholesterol-rich, liquid-ordered (Lo) domains are believed to be biologically relevant, and yet detailed knowledge about them, especially in live cells under physiological conditions, is elusive. ...
Compositions consisting of the reaction product or complex resulting from the mixing of a transition metal compound such as a tetraalkoxy titanium compound and a boron compound such as a trialkyl boron compound are useful in the preparation of catalysts for polymerizing α-olefins exhibiting ultra-high efficiencies at high polymerization temperatures.
The BODIPY® dyes are among the few fluorescent dyes to contain a boron atom as part of the core structure. Structures and applications of BODIPY® dyes.
Fluorescent probes are useful tools to investigate specific subcellular components in cells, tissues and organisms. A classic application of fluorescent ligands of a specific GPCR (G-protein coupled receptors) is the investigation of the receptor location, and, if their binding is reversible, it could provide pharmacological information such as affinity and proximity between interacting molecules. In cultured cell systems, methods based on fluorescence have permitted to observe the receptor cycling and the formation of oligomeric receptor complexes. In high throughput screening, fluorescent ligands represents a safer, more powerful and more versatile alternative to radioligands. [1] The introduction of the bulky fluorophore into a small molecule ligand could lead to deep modifications not only from a physicochemical point of view but also in its pharmacological properties. [2] In order to allow a correct interaction of the pharmacophore with its receptor, it is usually separated from the ...
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The boron complexes of dipyrromethene (BODIPY®) comprise a class of fluorescent dyes that can be used in medical and biological studies. Fluorescent molecular labeling can be obtained by conjugation, or linking fluorescent dyes to certain proteins and peptides, in order to detect interactions, conformational changes and localization of specific peptides and parts of a protein. BODIPY molecules are relatively insensitive to the polarity and pH of their environment and are very stable to physiological conditions. The BODIPY core is strong enough to withstand a series of chemical reactions, and even the smallest changes to their structures enable the activation of their fluorescent properties. Herein, we have successfully synthesized N, N-difluoroboryl-2,8-diethyl-1,3,7,9-tetramethyl-5-(4-isothiocyanatophenyl)-dipyrromethene, BODIPY derivative that is used for conjugation to proteins. Alternative pathway of synthesis is described with regard to literature. During the synthesis, a fluorescent ...
Fluorescent chromophores are compounds that can emit light under certain circumstances. They are useful to chemists as dyes or markers, and can be used for such applications as medical and biological imaging.. In a recent paper that appeared in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Professor Victor Nemykin (Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Minnesota Duluth) and his collaborators at the University of Akron (Akron, Ohio) discuss a new fluorescent chromophore, or fluorophore, called BOPHY. (BOPHY stands for bis(difluoroboron)1,2-bis(1H-pyrrol-2-yl)methylene)hydrazine.) This compound is related to a very successful class of fluorophores already in use, the boron dipyrromethene family of compounds. BOPHY is important because it can be produced with a simple two-step procedure, and it is highly fluorescent.. The researchers studied two compounds, the BOPHY chromophore and a tetrameythyl-substituted BOPHY analogue called Me4BOPHY. They investigated the absorption and emissions spectra ...
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Asymmetric dimers of BODIPY dyes were synthesized from a,c-biladiene salts in good yields; this work constitutes a new versatile approach to the synthesis of BODIPY dyads, which display red-shifted absorptions and emissions in the visible spectral region, higher fluorescence quantum yields and larger Stokes
AbstractThree BODIPY ‐peptide conjugates designed to target the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) at the extracellular domain were synthesized and their specificity for binding to EGFR was investigated. Peptide sequences containing seven amino acids, GLARLLT (2) and KLARLLT (3), and 13 amino acids, GYHWYGYTPQNVI (4), were conjugated to carboxyl BODIPY dye (1) by amide bond formation in up ...
CASTRO, SUSANA PATRICIA. Characterization of the Boron Doping Process UsingBoron Nitride Solid Source DiffusionThe purpose of this research has been to develop an optimum process for the borondoping of implants and polysilicon gates of metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) devices.An experimental design was constructed to determine the effects of diffusiontemperature, time, and ambient on characteristics of the doping process. A temperaturerange of 800 to 1000 degrees Celsius was studied with a diffusion time between 10 and60 minutes. Two diffusion ambients were used for doping processes, a pure nitrogenambient and a nitrogen-oxygen gaseous mixture. Device wafers were fabricated, and thetesting of MOS capacitors and van der Pauw test structures was performed to determinethe effect of diffusion conditions on flatband voltage and poly gate doping. Materialscharacterization techniques were used on monitor wafers for each diffusion process todetermine the wafer structure formed for each process and ...
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2-APB was initially shown to be an antagonist for IP3 receptors, blocking IP3-induced calcium release in cerebellar microsomes with an IC50 of 42 μM (Maruyama et al., 1997) and blocking the IP3 receptor in intact cells at 75 μM (Ma et al., 2000). More recent studies have shown that 2-APB is an even more potent blocker for store-operated calcium entry than for IP3-induced calcium release (for review, see Bootman et al., 2002). Moreover, 2-APB at 100 μM concentrations has been found to block volume-regulated anion channels (Lemonnier et al., 2004), to cause mitochondrial swelling (Peppiatt et al., 2003), and to activate calcium permeable cation channels (Braun et al., 2003). In addition, 2-APB was recently reported to exert opposite effects on members of the TRP gene family, decreasing activity of TRP5 and TRP6 at 20 μM (Xu et al., 2005) and activating TRPV1, TRPV2, and TRPV3 at higher concentrations (Hu et al., 2004).. A recent study revealed an unexpected inhibitory action of 2-APB on gap ...
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A new BODIPY derivative beating piperazine group was synthesized and its fluorescent changes towards metal ions as well as pH are studied. The title compound displayed a moderate selectivity for Hg2+ among the metal ions examined ...
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In the present study we show that 2-APB is an efficient inhibitor of Drosophila phototransduction, operating both in intact cells and in isolated ommatidia, and that this inhibition partially reverses when the inhibitor is removed. The great interest in 2-APB arises from its reported function as a powerful probe for assessing involvement of InsP3 receptors in cell signaling (Maruyama et al., 1997; Ma et al., 2000). Indeed, the reversible inhibition of InsP3-induced current oscillations in Xenopus oocytes strongly supports previous studies showing that 2-APB blocks Ca2+ release from InsP3-sensitive Ca2+ stores (Maruyama et al., 1997). Furthermore, the failure of 2-APB to block the Ca2+-activated surface membrane Cl− channels while it suppresses the InsP3-induced activity indicates that the action of 2-APB is confined to the signaling stages downstream of InsP3 production, but upstream of the Ca2+ release-activated processes.. The inhibitory effect of 2-APB on ICl,Ca-induced by Ca2+ store ...
Hexagonal boron nitride is a suitable host for single-photon emitters and single-spin centers. Strong single-photon emission has been observed, but the source was not identified. Based on advanced first-principles simulations, the origins have now been pinpointed: the 2 eV emission has been attributed to boron dangling bonds, and 4 eV emission to carbon-carbon dimers. ...
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Complexation of iminocoumarin derivatives with BF3·OEt2 provides novel N⁁N boron(iii) dyes exhibiting high absorption coefficients and quantum yields as great as 81%. The excellent chemical stability of these dyes enables the grafting of Boranil or Bodipy units to give derivatives in which the Borico subunit
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Morphology dependence of radial elasticity in multiwalled boron nitride nanotubes. AU - Chiu, H. C.. AU - Kim, S.. AU - Klinke, C.. AU - Riedo, E.. PY - 2012/9/3. Y1 - 2012/9/3. N2 - We report on the measurement of the radial modulus of boron nitride nanotubes (BN-NTs) with various sizes and thicknesses. These BN-NTs are radially much stiffer than previously reported thinner and smaller BN-NTs. Here, we show the key role of the morphology of the nanotubes in determining their radial rigidity; in particular, we find that the external and internal radii, R ext and R int, have a stronger influence on the radial modulus than the nanotubes thickness. The radial modulus decreases nonlinearly with 1/R ext until reaching, for a large number of layers and a large radius, the transverse elastic modulus of bulk h-BN.. AB - We report on the measurement of the radial modulus of boron nitride nanotubes (BN-NTs) with various sizes and thicknesses. These BN-NTs are radially much stiffer than ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - BODIPY-labeled fluorescent aptamer sensors for turn-on sensing of interferon-gamma and adenine compounds on cells. AU - Tsuchiya, Akira. AU - Hashim, Siti N.. AU - Ise, Shoko. AU - Furuhata, Takafumi. AU - Kawai, Kiyohiko. AU - Wakabayashi, Rie. AU - Goto, Masahiro. AU - Kamiya, Noriho. AU - Sando, Shinsuke. PY - 2016/1/1. Y1 - 2016/1/1. N2 - An on-cell aptamer sensor has the potential to reveal cell-cell communications by signalling molecules. We attempted to design new fluorescent aptamer sensors for the sensing of IFN-? and adenine compounds on cells. BODIPY-labeled external quencher-free aptamer sensors have allowed a turn-on detection of the target molecule with improved off/on efficiency.. AB - An on-cell aptamer sensor has the potential to reveal cell-cell communications by signalling molecules. We attempted to design new fluorescent aptamer sensors for the sensing of IFN-? and adenine compounds on cells. BODIPY-labeled external quencher-free aptamer sensors have allowed a ...
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Boron nitride aerogel is an aerogel made of highly porous boron nitride (BN). It typically consists of a mixture of deformed boron nitride nanotubes and nanosheets. It can have a density as low as 0.6 mg/cm3 and a specific surface area as high as 1050 m2/g, and therefore has potential applications as an absorbent, catalyst support and gas storage medium. BN aerogels are highly hydrophobic and can absorb up to 160 times their mass in oil. They are resistant to oxidation in air at temperatures up to 1200 °C, and hence can be reused after the absorbed oil is burned out by flame. BN aerogels can be prepared by template-assisted chemical vapor deposition at a temperature ~900 °C using borazine as the feed gas. Alternatively it can be produced by ball milling h-BN powder, ultrasonically dispersing it in water, and freeze-drying the dispersion. Song, Yangxi; Li, Bin; Yang, Siwei; Ding, Guqiao; Zhang, Changrui; Xie, Xiaoming (2015). Ultralight boron nitride aerogels via template-assisted chemical ...
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In the present work, Boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) were synthesized and submitted to a functionalization process (coating) with glucosamine. The nanostructures were physicochemical and morphologically characterized by Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Raman Spectroscopy and Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (PCS). Furthermore, in vitro tests were conducted to evaluate the cytocompatibility of the nanostructures. The results revealed that nanotubes presented size, polydispersity index and Zeta potential adequate to applied in vivo studies. The cytocompatibility test were conducted in normal MRC-5 fibroblast lung cells, through MTT and DAPI assays. The results revealed, in tested concentrations (0.1; 10; 50; 100; 200 µ/mL), that BNNTs no presented a cytotoxic profile and negligible DNA changes. Considering the results obtained, the BNNTs showed adequate characteristic to be applied as novel carrier system for radioisotope and drug delivery.
A plasma treatment has been used to modify the surface of BNNTs. In one example, the surface of the BNNT has been modified using ammonia plasma to include amine functional groups. Amine functionalization allows BNNTs to be soluble in chloroform, which had not been possible previously. Further functionalization of amine-functionalized BNNTs with thiol-terminated organic molecules has also been demonstrated. Gold nanoparticles have been self-assembled at the surface of both amine- and thiol-functionalized boron nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs) in solution. This approach constitutes a basis for the preparation of highly functionalized BNNTs and for their utilization as nanoscale templates for assembly and integration with other nanoscale materials.
In the present work, based on extensive fully atomistic molecular dynamics simulations, we discuss the dynamics of neon atoms oscillating inside (5,5) single-walled carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs). Our results show that sustained high-frequency oscillatory regimes are possible for a large range of temperatures. Our results also show that the general features of the oscillations are quite similar to those observed in CNT and BNNT, in contrast with some speculations in previous works in the literature about the importance of broken symmetry and chirality exhibited by BNNTs ...
By combining them with fluorescent molecules, researchers have, for the first time, been able to study the real-time dynamics of boron nitride nanotubes.
M. Yamaguchi,A. Pakdel,C. Y. Zhi,et al. Utilization Of Multiwalled Boron Nitride Nanotubes For The Reinforcement Of Lightweight Aluminum Ribbons[J]. Nanoscale Research Letters,2013,8 ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - An intensified π-hole in beryllium-doped boron nitride meshes. T2 - its determinant role in CO2 conversion into hydrocarbon fuels. AU - Azofra, Luis Miguel. AU - Macfarlane, Douglas. AU - Sun, Chenghua. PY - 2016/2/28. Y1 - 2016/2/28. N2 - DFT investigations on beryllium-doped boron nitride meshes or sheets (BNs) predict the existence of a very reactive kind of novel material capable of spontaneously reducing the first hydrogenation step in the CO2 conversion mechanism. This impressive behaviour appears as a result of the very deep π-hole generated by the beryllium moieties, and also determines its selectivity towards the production of CH4.. AB - DFT investigations on beryllium-doped boron nitride meshes or sheets (BNs) predict the existence of a very reactive kind of novel material capable of spontaneously reducing the first hydrogenation step in the CO2 conversion mechanism. This impressive behaviour appears as a result of the very deep π-hole generated by the beryllium ...
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|p|Ab-initio calculations using density functional theory (DFT) are used to investigate the non-covalent interactions between single wall armchair boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) with open ends and several heterocyclic molecules: thiophene (T; C|sub|4|/sub|H|sub|4|/sub|S), benzothiophene (BT; C8H6S) and dibenzothiophene (DBT; C|sub|12|/sub|H|sub|8|/sub|S). In the armchair model the nanotubes exhibit (n, n) chirality; here we consider n = 5. The exchange-correlation energies are treated according to the Hamprecht-Cohen-Tozer-Handy functional in the generalized gradient approximation (HCTH-GGA). A base function with double polarization is used. The geometry optimization of (5,5) BNNT-X; X = T, BT and DBT has been carried out using the minimum energy criterion in 5 different configurations of the molecules adsorbed on the nanotube. Our computer simulations have found that the preferential adsorption site of the molecule on the nanotube surface is the parallel configuration for BT and DBT, and at one
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During intoxication of a cell, the translocation (T) domain of the diphtheria toxin helps the passage of the catalytic domain across the membrane of the
The present invention provides wood preservative and flame retardant compositions having low leachability comprising micronized boron compounds and, optionally, one or more organic biocides which may be micronized. Also provided is a method for applying the composition to wood and wood products comprising impregnating the wood with the composition.
A process for growing an electrically conductive metalloid thin film on a substrate with a chemical vapor deposition process. A metal source material and a reducing agent capable of reducing the metal source material to a reduced state are vaporized and fed into a reaction space, where the metal source material and the reducing agent are contacted with the substrate. The reducing agent is a boron compound having at least one boron-carbon bond, and the boron compound forms gaseous by-products when reacted with the metal source material. Generally, the boron compound is an alkylboron compound with 0-3 halogen groups attached to the boron. The metal source material and the reducing agent may be fed continuously or in pulses during the deposition process.
In this study, magnesium composites with nano-size boron nitride (BN) particulates of varying contents were synthesized using the powder metallurgy (PM) technique incorporating microwave-assisted two-directional sintering followed by hot extrusion. The effect of nano-BN addition on the microstructural and the mechanical behavior of the developed Mg/BN composites were studied in comparison with pure Mg using the structure-property correlation. Microstructural characterization revealed uniform distribution of nano-BN particulates and marginal grain refinement. The coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) value of the magnesium matrix was improved with the addition of nano-sized BN particulates. The results of XRD studies indicate basal texture weakening with an increase in nano-BN addition. The composites showed improved mechanical properties measured under micro-indentation, tension and compression loading. While the tensile yield strength improvement was marginal, a significant increase in compressive
1) Tool geometry parameter selection. Cubic boron nitride materials have higher brittleness and lower strength, so the rake angle of the tool usually takes γo=-5°~-0°, and the back angle αo=-6°~ -15°. In order to improve the cutting edge strength, the cutting edge angle is generally ≥90°, and the cutting edge of the cutting edge needs to be ground with a negative chamfer. The width of the chamfering edge can be b=0.1-0.3mm, and the chamfering rake angle=-20°~-6°. The knife tip is rounded r=0.2~0.6mm. If the tool nose radius and negative chamfer are too large, the probability of fluttering increases, so when the system rigidity of machine tools, fixtures, tools and workpieces is insufficient, especially when processing slender workpieces, it should not be too large. Tool nose radius and negative chamfer ...
Novel boron nitride agglomerated powders are provided having controlled density and fracture strength features. In addition methods for producing same are provided. One method calls for providing a fe
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Posted in Latest News Developing novel materials from the atoms up goes faster when some of the trial and error is eliminated. A new Rice University and Montreal Polytechnic study aims to do that for graphene and boron nitride hybrids.. Rice materials scientist Rouzbeh Shahsavari and Farzaneh Shayeganfar, a postdoctoral researcher at Montreal Polytechnic, designed computer simulations that combine graphene, the atom-thick form of carbon, with either carbon or boron nitride nanotubes. Their hope is that such hybrids can leverage the best aspects of their constituent materials. Defining the properties of various combinations would simplify development for manufacturers who want to use these exotic materials in next-generation electronics. The researchers found not only electronic but also magnetic properties that could be useful. Their results appear in the journal Carbon. Shahsavaris lab studies materials to see how they can be made more efficient, functional and environmentally friendly. They ...
Generally, high-temperature applications require ceramic dielectrics, but these are heavy and brittle, according to Penn State professor of materials science and engineering, Qing Wang, who led the research. Polymer dielectrics are lighter, but have tended to degrade in performance or melt at high temperatures, necessitating a cooling system, which adds further weight and complexity.. Wang and his team used boron nitride, a two-dimensional substance similar in structure to graphene which has been shown to have dielectric properties, in the form of nanosheets about 2nm thick and 400nm across as the active agent in a cross-linked polymer nanocomposite with benzenecyclobutene, a polymer used in electronics. The composite can be made by just mixing the boron nitride and the polymer precursor, then curing with heat or light to create the cross-linked structure. Because the nanosheets are so small, the polymer remains flexible. The team claims in a paper in Nature that the polymer can be ...
Boron is needed by life. In 2013, a hypothesis suggested it was possible that boron and molybdenum catalyzed the production of RNA on Mars with life being transported to Earth via a meteorite around 3 billion years ago.[115]. There exists one known boron-containing natural antibiotic, boromycin, isolated from streptomyces.[116][117]. Boron is an essential plant nutrient, required primarily for maintaining the integrity of cell walls. However, high soil concentrations of , 1.0 ppm lead to marginal and tip necrosis in leaves as well as poor overall growth performance. Levels as low as 0.8 ppm produce these same symptoms in plants that are particularly sensitive to boron in the soil. Nearly all plants, even those somewhat tolerant of soil boron, will show at least some symptoms of boron toxicity when soil boron content is greater than 1.8 ppm. When this content exceeds 2.0 ppm, few plants will perform well and some may not survive. When boron levels in plant tissue exceed 200 ppm, symptoms of boron ...
Artificial Light-Harvesting Arrays: Electronic Energy Migration and Trapping on a Sphere and between Spheres A sophisticated model of the natural light-harvesting antenna has been devised by decorating a C60 hexa-adduct with ten yellow and two blue boron dipyrromethene (Bodipy) dyes in such a way that the dyes retain their individuality and assist solubility of the fullerene. Unusually, the fullerene core is a poor electron acceptor and does not enter into light-induced electron-transfer reactions with the appended dyes, but ineffective electronic energy transfer from the excited-state dye to the C60 residue competes with fluorescence from the yellow dye. Intraparticle electronic energy transfer from yellow to blue dyes can be followed by steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy and by excitation spectra for isolated C60 nanoparticles dissolved in dioxane at 293 K and at 77 K. Full article ...
This discovery may eventually lead to new superstrong materials. However, both wurtzite boron nitride and lonsdaleite are difficult to synthesize in large quantities, so practical applications using these stronger materials are not yet feasible (methods for synthesizing nanocomposites containing lonsdaleite and wurtzite boron nitride are under development to assist in further research). In addition, many practical uses of hard materials require other qualities such as thermal stability at high temperatures. Conductivity, superconductivity, and magnetism are also desirable qualities for many applications of superstrong materials. The pressurized wurtzite boron nitride and lonsdaleite may or may not meet these other requirements. ...
In 1947, while teaching a graduate course in physics at the University of Chicago, Enrico Fermi famously posed the question, What is the deepest hole that may be dug into the Earth? Since it was an experiment that had never been done, he didnt have the answer, but it sure got the students thinking.. The first thing youd need is a material that can penetrate the very hard, very high-pressure, very hot deepest mantle. In the movie The Core, an ingenious inventor, Edward Brazzleton (played by Delroy Lindo), comes up with superhard, refractory unobtainium, based on boron nitride, to sheath a drill ship that can propel itself through Earths mantle, while not baking the people inside it to a crisp.. Personally I think the script writers missed a great opportunity by not naming unobtainium, which obviously was obtainable, brazzletonite instead.. Everybody knows that boron nitride crystals are six times harder than diamond, Brazzleton says. Well… boron nitride is certainly an interesting ...
Boron compounds have been used extensively in organic synthesis for more than sixty years. Some of the best known reactions in synthesis, such as the Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling and the hydroboration reaction, involve boron compounds. Several natural products containing boron have been isolated in the last fifty years, including ionophoric macrodiolide antibiotics boromycin, borophycin, aplasmomycins A, B, and C, and tartrolons B, C, and E, as well as autoinducer-2.
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Fluorescence imaging is a powerful tool in biomedical research. It has been frequently used to uncover or better understand physiological mechanisms in disease-related processes such as cancer. The majority of chromophores used for imaging are based on a 4,4-difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene (BODIPY) scaffold. However, their applications are limited due to their poor water solubility as well as poor cancer cell selectivity. To circumvent these drawbacks, we present herein the use of bis(dipyrrinato)zinc(II) complexes. As this class of compounds is associated with a quenching effect of the excited state in water, the lead compound of this study (3) was encapsulated in a polymer matrix with biotin as a targeting moiety (3-NP). This encapsulation improved the water solubility, overcame the quenching effects in water, as well as allowed selective accumulation in the lysosomes with a bright fluorescence signal in monolayer cells as well as 3D multicellular tumor spheroids (MCTS). As a benefit ...
Researchers have developed an innovative use of the nanomaterial boron nitride nanotubes (BNNT) to improve the performance of Li–S batteries.
A method for producing products for treating wood and other cellulose products to improve the flame retardancy, and the insecticidal and fungicidal properties of the products. A calcium borate ore, such as colemanite, is reacted first with an acid such as acetic acid. The reaction products, including calcium in solution, are then treated with ammonia, producing ammonium pentaborate. The resulting composition is applied to the wood or other cellulose products by methods such as pressure, diffusion, or immersion and/or dipping treatment. The products have superior leach resistance to water when compared to conventional treatment compounds.
Boron is the most widely deficient minor nutrient in vegetable crop soils. It is needed for protein synthesis and increases flower set, crop yield and quality. In combination with adequate phosphorus, boron increases pollination, fruit set and seed development. Boron deficiency causes growth reduction at the growing tips. Plants have small, crinkled, deformed leaves with large areas of discoloration. Boron deficiency is often caused by application of too much lime. While boron is essential for root growth and fruit development, it can become toxic if over-applied. Always test the soil and apply only the recommended amount. The deformed fruit of these strawberries is due to a deficiency of boron, which also deforms the plants leaves and roots. Bushy, drooping, crinkled leaves indicate boron deficiency in potato plants.
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TY - JOUR. T1 - NaBC1 is a ubiquitous electrogenic Na+-coupled borate transporter essential for cellular boron homeostasis and cell growth and proliferation. AU - Park, Meeyoung. AU - Li, Qin. AU - Shcheynikov, Nikolay. AU - Zeng, Weizong. AU - Muallem, Shmuel. PY - 2004/11/5. Y1 - 2004/11/5. N2 - Boron is a vital micronutrient in plants and may be essential for animal growth and development. Whereas the role of boron in the life cycle of plants is well documented, nothing is known about boron homeostasis and function in animal cells. NaBC1, the mammalian homolog of AtBor1, is a borate transporter. In the absence of borate, NaBC1 conducts Na+ and OH- (H+), while in the presence of borate, NaBC1 functions as an electrogenic, voltage-regulated, Na+-coupled B(OH)4 - transporter. At low concentrations, borate activated the MAPK pathway to stimulate cell growth and proliferation, and at high concentrations, it was toxic. Accordingly, overexpression of NaBC1 shifted both effects of borate to the left, ...
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The aim of this work was to develop a chemical vapour deposition process and understand the growth of sp2 hybridised Boron Nitride (sp2-BN). Thus, the growth on different substrates together with the variation of growth parameters was investigated in details and is presented in the papers included in this thesis. Deposited films of sp2-BN were characterised with the purpose to determine optimal deposition process parameters for the growth of high crystal quality thin films with further investigations of chemical composition, morphology and other properties important for the implementation of this material towards electronic, optoelectronic devices and devices based on graphene/BN heterostructures.. For the growth of sp2-BN triethyl boron and ammonia were employed as B and N precursors, respectively. Pure H2 as carrier gas is found to be necessary for the growth of crystalline sp2-BN. Addition of small amount of silane to the gas mixture improves the crystalline quality of the growing sp2-BN ...
Using a combination of gain- and loss-of-function experiments, we showed that CD36 is downstream of Meox2/Tcf15-mediated uptake of FFAs originating from both bovine serum albumin conjugates and VLDL particles in heart ECs. The high CD36 expression levels in comparison with other transporter genes in heart ECs further support its important role in cardiac FA uptake. Nevertheless, although, in our DiI-VLDL assay, CD36s contribution to Meox2/Tcf15-driven FFA uptake could have been underestimated by simultaneous detection of particle uptake, the fact that CD36 knockdown only partially impaired Meox2/Tcf15-driven uptake of BODIPY-labeled FFAs suggests the existence of other Meox2/Tcf15 downstream mediators or the occurrence of compensatory mechanisms upon CD36 knockdown.. In Meox2+/−:Tcf15+/− heart ECs, Fatp3, a FA transporter regulated by the paracrine VEGF-B,21 was increased, but this was not sufficient to fully compensate for the partial loss of CD36 induced by Meox2+Tcf15 haplodeficiency, ...
Reagents and antibodies. All pharmacologic agents were purchased from Sigma (St. Louis, MO) unless stated otherwise. Rhodamine and Bodipy-labeled α-bungarotoxin were from Molecular Probes (Eugene, OR); secondary antibodies coupled with either Cy2 or Cy3 were from Amersham Biosciences (Piscataway, NJ). Affinity-purified polyclonal antiserum against the extracellular domain of NRG (183N) was prepared as described previously (Loeb et al., 1999). Monoclonal antibodies against SV2 were a generous gift from Kathy Buckley (Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA), and those against agrin (6D2) were a generous gift from Willi Halfter (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA). Mouse monoclonal IgG supernatant against neurofilaments (RT-97) was obtained from the Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank at the University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA) under contract N01-HD-7-3263 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. BDNF, NT-3, and GDNF were generous gifts from Amgen (Thousand Oaks, CA) and ...
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10, p. 80 National Pollutant Inventory - Boron and compounds MSDS for Trimethyl Borate WebBook page for BC3H9O3 (CS1 maint: ... "Boron Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH.{{cite encyclopedia}}: CS1 maint: uses ... Trimethyl borate is the organoboron compound with the formula B(OCH3)3. It is a colourless liquid that burns with a green flame ... It is a weak Lewis acid (AN = 23, Gutmann-Beckett method). Borate esters are prepared by heating boric acid or related boron ...
Robert Brotherton; Joseph Weber; Clarence Guibert & John Little (2000). "Boron Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial ... Because LiBF4 and other alkali-metal salts thermally decompose to evolve boron trifluoride, the salt is commonly used as a ... Lithium tetrafluoroborate is an inorganic compound with the formula LiBF4. It is a white crystalline powder. It has been ...
A diboryne in chemistry is a chemical compound containing a boron-boron triple bond. Such compounds are of fundamental ... "Ambient-Temperature Isolation of a Compound with a Boron-Boron Triple Bond". Science. 336 (6087): 1420-2. Bibcode:2012Sci... ... Diborene Zhou, M; Tsumori, N; Li, Z; Fan, K; Andrews, L; Xu, Q (2002). "OCBBCO: A neutral molecule with some boron-boron triple ...
Robert J. Brotherton, C. Joseph Weber, Clarence R. Guibert, John L. Little (2000). "Boron Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of ... doi: 10.1016/0032-3861(96)00323-0 National Pollutant Inventory - Boron and compounds WebBook page for BC6H15O3 (CS1 maint: uses ... "A convenient NMR method for the measurement of Lewis acidity at boron centres: correlation of reaction rates of Lewis acid ...
... burning with an apple-green flame characteristic for boron compounds. Thus, it is typically handled and stored using air-free ... "Boron Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Wiley-VCH. doi:10.1002/14356007.a04_309. ISBN 3527306730. " ... Triethylborane (TEB), also called triethylboron, is an organoborane (a compound with a B-C bond). It is a colorless pyrophoric ... As an initiator, it can replace some organotin compounds. It reacts with metal enolates, yielding enoxytriethylborates that can ...
2010). "Boron Cluster Compounds". Inorganic Syntheses. pp. 56-66. doi:10.1002/9780470651568.ch2. ISBN 978-0-470-65156-8. ... The dodecaborate(12) anion, [B12H12]2−, is a borane with an icosahedral arrangement of 12 boron atoms, with each boron atom ... The first boron atom is numbered 1, then the closest ring of five atoms around it is numbered anticlockwise from 2 to 6. The ... Neutron irradiation causes boron-10 to emit an alpha particle near the tumor. Longuet-Higgins, Hugh Christopher; Roberts, M. de ...
Boron-Hydrogen compounds. Longmans, Green and Company. pp. 456-472. Read, J (1824). An appeal to the medical profession, on the ... Boron-Hydrogen compounds, "22. The History of Carbon Monoxide". Longmans, Green and Company. p. 907. Harrington (1801). The ... "a compound formed by the union of carbonic acid with an earth, alkali, or metallic oxide [...] they are distinguished by the ...
"Boron and Compounds". National Pollutant Inventory. Australian Government. "Decaborane". Organic Chemistry Portal. "Boron ... This white crystalline compound is one of the principal boron hydride clusters, both as a reference structure and as a ... Each boron has one "radial" hydride, and four boron atoms near the open part of the cluster feature extra hydrides. In the ... In fusion research, the neutron-absorbing nature of boron has led to the use of these thin boron-rich films to "boronize" the ...
This planar compound has idealized C2V molecular symmetry. The boron atom is sp2-hybridized and contains an empty p-orbital. ... ISBN 978-3-540-59182-5 Lappert, M. F. (1956). "Organic Compounds Of Boron". Chem. Rev. 56 (5): 959-1064. doi:10.1021/ ... 4, p. 68 Snyder, H. R.; Kuck, J. A.; Johnson, J. R. (1938). "Organoboron Compounds, and the Study of Reaction Mechanisms. ... Ainley, A. D.; Challenger, F. (1930). "Studies of the boron-carbon linkage. Part I. The oxidation and nitration of phenylboric ...
Many of the compounds produced can be described as ternary compounds of metal boron and nitrogen and examples of these are ... The nitridoborates are chemical compounds of boron and nitrogen with metals. These compounds are typically produced at high ... The bonding in some of these compounds is ionic in character, such as Ca3[BN2]2, other compounds have metallic characteristics ... However there are examples of compounds with more than one metal, for example La3Ni2B2N3 and compounds containing anions such ...
Broere, Daniël L. J.; Holland, Patrick L. (2018-02-23). "Boron compounds tackle dinitrogen". Science. 359 (6378): 871. Bibcode: ... The resulting dianion was subsequently oxidized to a neutral compound, and reduced using water. In rare cases, metals react ... Although nitrogen fixation is usually associated with transition metal complexes, a boron-based system has been described. One ...
Low-energy σ-donation orbitals from the base to boron are present in these compounds, and the π-interaction from boron's lone ... A similar species with a boron-boron single bond was also observed. The diborene has an incredibly short boron-boron bond ... Some borylenes such as boron monofluoride (BF) and boron monohydride (BH) the parent compound also known simply as borylene, ... A borylene is the boron analogue of a carbene. The general structure is R-B: with R an organic residue and B a boron atom with ...
Nanotubes by composition, Boron compounds). ... Zhi, C. Y.; Bai, X. D.; Wang, E. G. (2004). "Boron carbonitride ... Luo, L; Mo, L; Tong, Z; Chen, Y (2009). "Facile Synthesis of Ternary Boron Carbonitride Nanotubes". Nanoscale Res Lett. 4 (8): ... They are composed of comparable amounts of boron, carbon and nitrogen atoms. First made in 1994, synthesis methods have ... The method was grow them on stainless steel by reacting boron, zinc oxide (ZnO), and ethanol in nitrogen and hydrogen at 1150 ° ...
doi:10.1002/zaac.19814821124 Brotherton, R. J.; Weber, C. J.; Guibert, C. R.; Little, J. L. "Boron Compounds". Ullmann's ... Three equivalents of HF react to give the intermediate boron trifluoride and the fourth gives fluoroboric acid: B(OH)3 + 4 HF ... Pure HBF4 has been described as a "nonexistent compound", as a sufficiently 'naked' proton is expected to abstract a fluoride ... Perry, D. L.; Phillips, S. L. (1995). Handbook of Inorganic Compounds (1st ed.). Boca Raton: CRC Press. p. 1203. ISBN ...
Ananthanarayanan, K.P.; Gielisse, P.J.; Choudry, A. (1974). "Boron Compounds for Thermal Neutron Detection". Nucl. Instrum. ... neutron detectors containing boron may alternately use boron trifluoride (BF3) enriched to 96% boron-10 (natural boron is 20% ... This is because in Boron lined, n reacts with Boron and hence produce ion pairs inside the layer. Hence charged particles ... These boron-based films are often grown upon n-type Si substrates, which can form a pn junction with the Si and, therefore, ...
Altschuller, Aubrey P. (4 October 1955). "Calculated Heats of Formation and Combustion of Boron Compounds (Boron, Hydrogen, ... Bell, R. P.; Emeléus, H. J. (1948). "The boron hydrides and related compounds". Quarterly Reviews, Chemical Society. 2 (2): 132 ... Trimethyldiborane has two methyl groups on one boron atom, and one methyl and a hydrogen on the second boron atom. A bridge of ... The chemistry of boron. Part VI. New preparative methods and decomposition studies relating to methyldiboranes". Journal of the ...
Bell, R. P.; Emeléus, H. J. (1948). "The Boron Hydrides and Related Compounds". Quarterly Reviews, Chemical Society. 2 (2): 132 ... Shore, S. G. (1975). "Nido and Arachno Boron Hydrides". In Muetterties, Earl L (ed.). Boron Hydride Chemistry. Academic Press. ... Adams, Roy M. (September 1959). "Organoboron Compounds" (PDF). Metal-Organic Compounds. Advances in Chemistry. Vol. 23. p. 92. ... The Chemistry of Boron. Part VI. New Preparative Methods and Decomposition Studies Relating to Methyldiboranes". Journal of the ...
Altschuller, Aubrey P. (4 October 1955). "Calculated Heats of Formation and Combustion of Boron Compounds (Boron, Hydrogen, ... Bell, R. P.; Emeléus, H. J. (1948). "The boron hydrides and related compounds". Quarterly Reviews, Chemical Society. 2 (2): 132 ... The chemistry of boron. Part VI. New preparative methods and decomposition studies relating to methyldiboranes". Journal of the ... 1,1-Dimethyldiborane is the organoboron compound with the formula (CH3)2B(μ-H)2BH2. A pair of related 1,2-dimethyldiboranes are ...
"The Boron Hydrides and Related Compounds". Quarterly Reviews, Chemical Society. 2 (2): 132. doi:10.1039/QR9480200132.. The ... G. G. Graf (2005). "Tin, Tin Alloys, and Tin Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. ...
Brown, Charles A.; Muetterties, Earl L.; Rochow, Eugene G. Boron-nitrogen systems. III. Addition compounds of boron trifluoride ... Muetterties's work on boron hydride clusters led to the work on several polyhedral borane anions such as B12H122−. He was an ... He also edited books on boron chemistry and transition-metal hydrides and wrote reviews on complexes with unusual coordination ... In collaboration with William D. Phillips he exploited NMR for study of dynamic processes in inorganic fluoride compounds. ...
ISBN 978-81-7141-418-5. Muetterties, Earl L. (1967). The Chemistry of Boron and Its Compounds. Wiley. pp. 336-337. ISBN 978-0- ...
Ionic boron compounds. U.S. Patent 3390966 (1968). Knoth, Walter H., Jr. Neutral and singly charged derivatives of decaboranes ... The discovery that tetrafluoroethylene would cyclize with a wide variety of compounds to give fluorinated compounds opened up ... Urea and uracil compounds discovered in CRD were potent and selective herbicides, propelling DuPont into the agricultural ... Synthesis of new organic and inorganic compounds accounted for about half of the total research. When the National Institute of ...
... are two-dimensional compounds that contain boron, nitrogen, and carbon atoms in a ratio BxCyNz. ... These compounds generally have a high surface area, but borocarbonitrides synthesized from a high surface area carbon material ... The band gap of borocarbonitrides range from 1.0-3.9eV and is dependent on the content of the carbon and boron nitride domains ... The composition of the resulting compounds may be changed by varying the concentration of the reagents as well as the ...
With N. M. Gupta and R. C. Ray.) Some compounds of boron, hydrogen and oxygen. London: H. K. Lewis & Co. Ltd. 1918. On the ...
C-functionalized carboranes represent a source of boron for boron neutron capture therapy. The compound H(CHB11Cl11) is a ... G. S. Pawley (1966). "Further Refinements of Some Rigid Boron Compounds". Acta Crystallogr. 20 (5): 631-638. doi:10.1107/ ... "Boron in drug discovery: carboranes as unique pharmacophores in biologically active compounds". Chem. Rev. 111 (9): 5701-5722. ... Like the related boron hydrides, these clusters are polyhedra or fragments of polyhedra, and are similarly classified as closo ...
Compounds of boron, silicon, arsenic, and antimony have been used as flame retardants. Boron, in the form of borax, has been ... Boron can form intermetallic compounds and alloys with such metals of the composition MnB, if n > 2. Ferroboron (15% boron) is ... Arsenic and antimony compounds are especially toxic; boron, silicon, and possibly arsenic, are essential trace elements. Boron ... Boron of higher purity (> 99%) is prepared by heating volatile boron compounds, such as BCl3 or BBr3, either in a hydrogen ...
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... or other organoborane compound) in which a carbon-boron bond is broken and replaced with a carbon-hydrogen bond. ... doi:10.1021/jacs.7b07444 Ainley, A. D.; Challenger, F. "Studies of the boron-carbon linkage" J. Chem. Soc. 1930, 2171. Brown, H ... For the 2-pyridine boronic acid, the zwitterionic compound is responsible for its rapid protodeboronation under neutral pH, ... doi:10.1139/v63-451 (Chemical reactions, Boron compounds). ... alkynes or alkenes into the corresponding saturated compounds. ...
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  • Organoboron chemicals have been employed in uses as diverse as boron carbide (see below), a complex very hard ceramic composed of boron-carbon cluster anions and cations, to carboranes, carbon-boron cluster chemistry compounds that can be halogenated to form reactive structures including carborane acid, a superacid. (
  • Tungsten forms a variety of different compounds, such as tungsten trioxide, tungsten carbide, and ammonium paratungstate (Penrice 1997a). (
  • Amorphous hydrogenated boron carbide (a-BC:H) is one of a very limited number of neutron-sensitive materials. (
  • The chemical and electronic structure, as related to the surface, interface and bulk of amorphous hydrogenated boron carbide (a-BxC:Hy), is of interest in neutron detection and microelectronics. (
  • As the lightest element of the boron group it has three valence electrons for forming covalent bonds , resulting in many compounds such as boric acid , the mineral sodium borate , and the ultra-hard crystals of boron carbide and boron nitride . (
  • The purposes of this study are to improve both mechanical and flame retardancy properties of epoxy by the addition of boron containing compounds (BCC) mainly boron carbide (B4C), a. (
  • Common borate compounds include boric acid, salts of borates, and boron oxide. (
  • Exposure to large amounts of boron (about 30 g of boric acid) over short periods of time can affect the stomach, intestines, liver, kidney, and brain and can eventually lead to death. (
  • Low birth weights, birth defects, and developmental delays have occurred in newborn animals whose mothers were orally exposed to high doses of boron (as boric acid) during pregnancy. (
  • In this study, the boron compounds borax and boric acid, which are abundant raw materials in Turkey, and quebracho, a natural impregnation material, were used. (
  • The boron content of Borax is 11.3% while for boric acid it is 17.5% or about 50% higher. (
  • Due to their content of boron, borax and boric acid have basically the same health effects, with good antiseptic , antifungal , and antiviral properties, but only mild antibacterial action. (
  • The most common form of boron and pharmaceutical products is boric acid. (
  • The effect of boric acid on an individual donor termite was investigated in laboratory bioassays Trophallactic transfer of boron by these individual termites to other orphaned group of termite workers was conducted and the effects on the recipient groups recorded. (
  • In the experiment using only workers, boron contents of termites fed with 2.0% boric acid plus the S-Water were larger than those of the termites fed without the S-Water. (
  • Monoethylene glycol (MEG) and diethylene glycol (DEG) were used as glycol-based grinding aids, and anhydrous borax and boric acid were used as boron compounds in the tests. (
  • Boric acid is a chemical compound created with the element boron. (
  • Borax is an important boron compound, a mineral, and a salt of boric acid. (
  • The mean oxidation number for the boron atoms is then simply the ratio of hydrogen to boron in the molecule. (
  • In the diamond-like structure, called cubic boron nitride (tradename Borazon), boron atoms exist in the tetrahedral structure of carbon atoms in diamond, but one in every four B-N bonds can be viewed as a coordinate covalent bond, wherein two electrons are donated by the nitrogen atom which acts as the Lewis base to a bond to the Lewis acidic boron(III) centre. (
  • In the BN compound analogue of graphite, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), the positively charged boron and negatively charged nitrogen atoms in each plane lie adjacent to the oppositely charged atom in the next plane. (
  • However, multiple boron atoms reacting with each other have a tendency to form novel dodecahedral (12-sided) and icosahedral (20-sided) structures composed completely of boron atoms, or with varying numbers of carbon heteroatoms. (
  • An isotopically-enriched, boron-containing compound comprising two or more boron atoms and at least one fluorine atom, wherein at least one of the boron atoms contains a desired isotope of boron in a concentration or ratio greater than a natural abundance concentration or ratio thereof. (
  • This means it contains four atoms of boron as its central feature combined with two sodium atoms and ten molecules (or sometimes less) of crystallisation water. (
  • Diboron silane AlB2 indicates that the two elemental substances are formed by the reaction above 600°C. It is a layered structure in which Al atoms directly overlap (A, A-mode), and B atoms are filled in the triangular column formed by the direct overlap of Al atoms, that is, the boron layer is between the two aluminum layers. (
  • The boron atoms are connected into a hexagonal network. (
  • Besides carbon, many other atoms or compounds can form crystals, and boron nitride is one of them. (
  • Note: A compound that consists of two elements may contain more than two atoms! (
  • It is a layered structure in which Al atoms directly overlap (A, A) and B atoms fill the triangular column formed by the direct overlap of Al atoms, that is, the boron layer is located between the two aluminum layers. (
  • The boron atoms are connected in a hexagonal network. (
  • Here we demonstrate that the incorporation of boron (B) atoms between double-walled carbon nanotubes (DWNTs) during thermal annealing (1400-1600°C) results in covalent nanotube "Y" junctions, DWNT coalescence, and the formation of flattened multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs). (
  • Boron clusters containing boron atoms are being touted as promising therapeutics for breast cancer. (
  • The chemical name is sodium (or disodium) tetraborate decahydrate (or, simply, sodium borate), meaning that it contains four atoms of boron combined with two sodium atoms and 10 molecules (or sometimes less) of crystallisation water. (
  • The efficiency of the method is related to a high concentrate of 10B atoms, thus the group is interested in producing new boron clusters with high number of boron atoms. (
  • Sum the product of the number of valence electrons of an atom to the number of the same atoms present in the molecule to get the total number of valence electrons of the compound. (
  • In the compound, there is 1 atom of boron and 3 atoms of fluorine. (
  • A large number of anionic boron hydrides are known, e.g. (
  • Toxicity and health hazards of boron hydrides. (
  • His wide-ranging research in inorganic and structural chemistry made major advances in the chemistry of boron hydrides and other main-group element compounds. (
  • It is found in organic compounds, including 2D aromatics, but has so far never been observed in 3D aromatic inorganic boron hydrides. (
  • Carbon hydrides and boron hydrides are analogous to each other. (
  • And the compounds of boron hydrides are B2H6 (diborane), B4H10 (tetraborane), B5H9 (pentaboron), etc. (
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  • Boron was discovered by heating boron oxide $\mathrm{(B_2O_3)}$ with potassium metal in 1808 by French scientists Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac and Louis-Jacques Thenard and separately by British Chemist Sir Humphry Davy. (
  • Boron trichloride is, however, produced industrially by direct chlorination of boron oxide and carbon at 500 °C. (
  • Unlike the element boron, which burns incompletely through a glassy oxide layer that impedes oxygen diffusion, magnesium diboride burns completely when ignited in oxygen or in a mixture with an oxidant. (
  • the reactive features of boron and the formation of special structures before examining the fundamental chemistry behind boron-organo-silicone oxide polymers along with the effects of additives during synthesis and boron-silica compounds with and without magnetic content. (
  • Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane are all compounds that consist of two elements. (
  • By contrast, once burned, ammonia borane releases the benign compounds boron oxide and water. (
  • Specifically, we employ the use of various closo-dodecahydrododecaborate derivatives for encapsulation with ferumoxytol nanoparticles, boron-oxide based nanoparticles with varied capping groups, and small molecule analogues of histone deacetylase inhibitors. (
  • Chapter Four reports the biodistribution of several derivatives of boron oxide-based nanoparticles. (
  • Boron oxide powder with the purity 99% MIN and 60-200 mesh mainly used in the chemical lab as reagents and electronic industry. (
  • The boron oxide is considered toxic. (
  • This boron oxide has been strictly quality-checked and granted for (exit-works) delivery. (
  • Our fine boron oxide are high purity as 98.8%min with snow white powder as 60-200mesh for your choose. (
  • The Lewis-acidic properties were tested by treatment with triethylphospine oxide, which swiftly formed an adduct with the boron cation in dichloromethane. (
  • A large number of organoboron compounds are known and many are useful in organic synthesis. (
  • Organoboron compounds are valuable synthetic intermediates and widely used in the synthesis of medicine, pesticide and organic optoelectronic materials due to their extensive resouce and highly transformable ability. (
  • Among various organoboron compounds, the synthesis and transformation of alkylboron compounds have attracted much attention. (
  • Synthesis methods for such compounds, and ion implantation methods using such compounds, are described, as well as storage and dispensing vessels in which the isotopically-enriched, boron-containing compound is advantageously contained for subsequent dispensing use. (
  • 4 However, because of the intrinsic instability of the tri-coordinate state of boron, synthesis and material usages are still challenging. (
  • When elemental boron exceeds 1000°C, carbothermal reduction by thermite reaction has been developed in various synthesis pathways. (
  • The preparation method of MgB2 is mainly the reaction synthesis of magnesium powder and boron powder mixed. (
  • Synthesis of fluoroquinolone with new modifications represents an opportunity to find new compounds that could be used in cancer treatment. (
  • T.B. Marder , "3-Coordinate Boron Compounds Light the Way: Synthesis, Optical Properties and Cell Imaging," Keynote Lecture, Second International Conference on Boron Chemistry (ICBC-II) sponsored by the Chinese Chemical Society, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China, July 2019. (
  • Chapter Three describes a laboratory scale synthesis for a well-studied compound employed in boron neutron capture therapy. (
  • The synthesis of iodinated and h ighly iodinated Boron rich molecules to be used for imaging/radiotherapy and as X-ray contrast agents respectively has been accomplished. (
  • Cationic boron species are useful as catalysts and reagents for organic synthesis. (
  • Boron compounds are compounds containing the element boron. (
  • Borax, a naturally occurring mineral and a source of the essential element boron, is an inexpensive and effective antiseptic, antifungal and insecticidal treatment but its use is being outlawed by health authorities worldwide. (
  • Liver cleaner & source of sulfur compounds, potassium, magnesium & trace element boron. (
  • 99%Particle size: 5-10um Item No.: Tr-MgB2 Magnesium diboride MgB2 is an ionic compound with a crystal structure of hexagonal crystal system. (
  • MgB2 was obtained by mixing 99.9% magnesium powder with 99% amorphous boron powder at the ratio of 1:2, pressing it into small balls and adding heat in high-pressure nitrogen. (
  • At present, the commonly used method is to mix amorphous elemental boron powder and magnesium powder according to the stoichiometric ratio (or add excessive magnesium), and then put them into a sealed refractory metal container (such as tantalum), and then put them in a quartz tube for vacuum pumping, and then sintered at 700~950 ℃ for 1~4 h to synthesize MgB2. (
  • Magnesium diboride or magnesium boride, chemical formula MgB2, is an ionic compound with a hexagonal crystal structure. (
  • The magnesium atomic layer has a triangular structure, and the boron atomic layer has a regular hexagonal honeycomb structure, which is similar to graphite. (
  • The application of magnesium diboride in rocket propulsion was also studied, where the compound was mixed in paraffin fuel particles to improve mechanical properties and combustion characteristics. (
  • 1 Researchers have concluded that boron is an essential factor in facilitating the bone-building effects of key nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D. Numerous studies demonstrate boron is critical to maintaining and improving one's bone health. (
  • Boron plays an integral part in bone metabolism, as it supports the functions of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D, all of which are crucial to promoting dense, healthy bone tissue. (
  • On the boron-depleted diet, the women demonstrated increased urinary loss of both calcium and magnesium. (
  • On the boron-supplemented diet, however, they showed less urinary excretion of calcium and magnesium, as well as increased levels of two hormones associated with healthy bone mass. 8 These findings indicate that adequate boron intake is essential to preserving the body's stores of bone-building calcium and magnesium. (
  • Boron belongs to the thirteenth group on the periodic table and has one less electron than carbon. (
  • AlMgB14 has a density of only 2.66 g/cm3, which is much lower than other superhard materials (such as diamond and cubic boron nitride), and does not react with carbon steel, stainless steel, or titanium alloy at temperatures up to 1300 °C, and has high thermal stability. (
  • Pure boron possesses electrical conductivity like carbon. (
  • For example, the researchers are working on manipulating the chemical compound hexagonal boron nitride at the nanoscale level to have a defect that allows it to capture carbon from greenhouse gases, such as methane, and release value-added byproducts. (
  • Inner shell electron energy-loss spectroscopy (ISEELS) studies of the boron Is and carbon Is core excitations of gas phase species have been undertaken so as to characterize these molecular precursors at solid surfaces. (
  • Sponge-like papers of conductive carbon nanotubes and insulative boron nitride nanotubes are used as current collector and separator, respectively. (
  • The primary use of the element itself is as boron filaments with applications similar to carbon fibers in some high-strength materials. (
  • This list focuses only on inorganic carbon compounds - some of these such as urea may be "borderline" but have been included for completeness. (
  • Boron forms double compounds with metals and some non-metals such as carbon. (
  • Boron resembles carbon atom in the formation of long chain molecule with covalent bond. (
  • Boron Trifluoride (BF3) is an inorganic compound as it lacks a carbon atom or C-H bond in the molecule. (
  • Aluminum boride is a binary compound of aluminum and boron, the chemical formula is AlB2. (
  • Aluminum boride (AlB2) is a binary compound formed by aluminum element and boron elements. (
  • Aluminium boride (AlB2) is one of two compounds of aluminum and boron, the other is AlB2 , and they are commonly referred to as aluminum boride. (
  • Amorphous boron powder and aluminum powder are used as raw materials to prepare aluminum boride powder by powder metallurgy. (
  • The structure of aluminum boride is similar to that of intermetallic compounds, and its structure mainly depends on the crystal structure of aluminum metal and boron rather than their valence relationship. (
  • Aluminum diboride or Aluminum boride, AlB2 is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula AlB2. (
  • Aluminum diboride is made by mixing fine powder of aluminum and boron and reacting it with heat. (
  • Boron - aluminum composite aluminum or aluminum alloy reinforced with boron fiber or protective coating boron fiber. (
  • The longitudinal tensile strength and elastic modulus of the unidirectionally reinforced boron-aluminum composite are about 1.2~1.7GPa and 200~240GPa depending on the process and material. (
  • We choose pentacoordinated silicon or phosphorus, the third-row elements, for one of the element which forms the bond, and boron or aluminum, the group 13 elements, for the counterpart. (
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  • a white powder, BN, formed by heating boron in nitrogen. (
  • Compounds including bromine, nitrogen, phosphorus, and zinc are added to the polymer blends in greater quantities to improve the effectiveness of flame retardants. (
  • The combination of boron and nitrogen, fifth and seventh on the periodic table, can produce a variety of possibilities, including amorphous, hexagonal (similar to graphite), cubic (similar to diamond but less structurally strong), and wurtzite. (
  • Boron nitide Arachno_ and Hyphod cleavage compounds: Nido Acidity and Boron nitrogen and structure? (
  • Boron is a member of Group IIIA in the periodic table. (
  • The boron is indicated in the periodic table with B symbol and its atom number is 5 and the atomic weight is 10,81. (
  • The boron element, which has semi-metallic and semi-conductive properties, is contained in group 3A of the periodic table. (
  • In the periodic table of factors, boron is amongst metal component series and non-metallic element collection. (
  • 99%Particle size: 5-10um Item No.: Tr-MoB2 Molybdenum boride powder is a compound of molybdenum and boron. (
  • Room-temperature chemical deintercalation of Al from the stable compound MoAlB (synthesized as a bulk powder at 1400 °C) formed highly strained and destabilized MoAl 1-x B, which was size-selectively precipitated to isolate the most reactive submicron grains and then annealed at 600 °C to deintercalate additional Al and crystallize Mo 2 AlB 2 . (
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  • Boron trioxide powder with the purity 98%MIN and 60-200mesh mainly used in alloy steel industry. (
  • The use of intelligent binder systems and different boron nitride powder qualities enables tailor-made solutions that ensure high reliability and safety in the production process. (
  • Boranes are chemical compounds of boron and hydrogen, with the generic formula of BxHy. (
  • The larger boranes all consist of boron clusters that are polyhedral, some of which exist as isomers. (
  • Boron, metallo-boron compounds and boranes. (
  • Compounds of boron with hydrogen are called boranes. (
  • Information regarding the chemical identity of elemental tungsten and tungsten compounds is located in Table 4-1. (
  • Boron-rich compounds and elemental boron have amazing chemical, physical and mechanical properties, but puzzling structures. (
  • Elemental boron is a metalloid that is found in small amounts in meteoroids but chemically uncombined boron is not otherwise found naturally on Earth. (
  • An elemental analysis will tell you very little about the oil itself, usually just the presence of elements in the additives, such as phosphorus, zinc, or boron from anti-wear compounds, or calcium from the detergent. (
  • Due to this property, boron compounds are used in concrete and other cementitious composites as set retarding additives In addition, the possibilities of usage for boron compounds in cement composites for different purposes are still being investigated by many research studies. (
  • Studies of Multi-Functional Wood Boron-compounds Composites. (
  • are derived from the mineral boron. (
  • An often-overlooked trace mineral, boron promotes bone health and also helps to relieve joint pain, reduce the risk of prostate cancer, and preserve cognitive function. (
  • In treating osteoporosis, many doctors have overlooked one of the most critical components for supporting healthy bone matrix: the trace mineral boron. (
  • Boron is highly unreactive in its pure crystalline state, but it is quite reactive in its finely split amorphous state. (
  • Pure crystalline boron is a black, glossy semiconductor, which conducts electricity like a metal at high temperatures but acts as a near-insulator at low temperatures. (
  • Hot Filament Chemical Vapor Deposition of Crystalline Boron Films. (
  • crystalline boron is silvery to black, extremely hard (about 9.5 on the Mohs scale ), and a poor electrical conductor at room temperature. (
  • Breathing moderate levels of boron irritates the nose, throat, and eyes. (
  • Children living near waste sites containing boron and boron compounds are likely to be exposed to higher than normal environmental levels of boron through breathing in boron-containing dust, touching soil, and eating contaminated soil. (
  • In their annual Trouble In Toyland Report , the United States Public Interest Research Group warns that, of forty toys tested, six slime products contained "dangerously high" levels of boron, a mineral often used in in a variety of industrial and consumer products including detergents and fertilizers. (
  • The results of our in vitro study suggest that exposure to high levels of boron promotes transforming activity of nontumorigenic cells. (
  • UCR researchers now understand how this combination of boron and hydrogen can release enough energy to also launch rockets and satellites. (
  • As one example, carboranes form useful molecular moieties that add considerable amounts of boron to other biochemicals in order to synthesize boron-containing compounds for boron neutron capture therapy for cancer. (
  • BNCT is a combination treatment based on the reaction that occurs when a non-toxic compound containing boron-10 is irradiated with a low-energy neutron beam. (
  • Current advances in both neutron radiation technology and medicinal boron drug targeting are enabling BNCT's potential to improve patient care while also improving treatment economics. (
  • TAE Life Sciences (TLS) is a privately held biotechnology company committed to developing a new biologically targeted radiation therapy based on Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT). (
  • TLS is developing the next generation targeted boron drugs and low-energy accelerator-based neutron source - optimized for an in-hospital BNCT program that can one day treat patients with the most aggressive and recurrent cancers. (
  • Chemical advances to improve control of the delivery of boron are crucial for advanced work with neutron-based reactions, including boron neutron capture therapy.Chapter One provides an introduction to the use of neutrons and known reactions with chemical systems. (
  • Natural boron is composed of two stable isotopes, one of which ( boron-10 ) has a number of uses as a neutron-capturing agent. (
  • In nuclear industry boron is commonly used as a neutron absorber due to the high neutron cross-section of isotope 10B. (
  • Boron cluster are developed as boron anti-tumor agents for BNCT - Boron Neutron Capture Therapy - radioimaging/ radiotherapy with iodine containing B-compounds and X-Ray contrast. (
  • This process is known as boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT). (
  • The design of water-soluble boron-rich macromolecules is of significance for boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) or for drug delivery. (
  • Boron is a chemical element with the symbol B and atomic number 5. (
  • Boron is a chemical element with atomic number 5 which means there are 5 protons and 5 electrons in the atomic structure. (
  • Symbol As, atomic weight 74.92, specific gravity 5.73 in gray metallic form, melting point 1,503°F (817°C), sublimes (solid turns to gas) at 1,137°F (614°C). Arsenic compounds are poisonous. (
  • The atomic number of boron (B) and fluorine (F) is 5 and 9 respectively. (
  • Boron has a lot of characteristics, this kind of as, sturdy electronegative, minimal atomic radius, and centralized nuclear demand, as a result, the chemical houses of boron are relatively active. (
  • Estimation of oral toxicity of boron as a bait toxicant and the trophallactic effects between individual members of termite colonies. (
  • Boron has been found to have slow-acting toxicity against subterranean termites. (
  • The result suggests that the toxicity of boron is dose dependent and it critical for the termites to ingest sufficient amounts of boron. (
  • But the mode of toxicity of boron has not yet been fully explained. (
  • In this study, human lung epithelial nontumorigenic BEAS-2B cells and tumorigenic A549 cells were used to investigate the tumorigenic toxicity of boron in vitro. (
  • Manufactured from the reaction of boron oxides and hydrogen fluoride, the chemical compound BF3 has a pungent smell and is colorless in nature. (
  • After impregnation, it was observed that there was a decline in strength values and a rise in retention rates with the increase in the concentrations of boron compounds. (
  • The retarding and stopping effects of boron compounds at even very low concentrations on the process of cement hydration are well known phenomena. (
  • Results indicate that boron-11 concentrations of 80.4 ppm from sodium borocaptate (BSH) or 86.9 ppm from 4-borono-L-phenylalanine (BPA) treatments did not affect the biological effectiveness of proton beams due to proton-boron reactions in the DU145 prostate cancer cell line. (
  • We have shown that boron-rich materials can be delivered to tissues with a range of favorable concentrations and that this delivery can be affected through the manipulation of chemical structure of the cargo and nanocarrier structure. (
  • Anchorage-independent growth, a hallmark of malignant transformation, was increased by boron at concentrations of 50, 250 and 500 μM in BEAS-2B cells, though the same concentrations of boron had no influence on anchorage-independent growth of A549 cells. (
  • Moreover, boron at concentrations of 250 and 500 μM activated the c-SRC/PI3K/AKT pathway of BEAS-2B cells. (
  • Significant concentrations of boron occur on the Earth in compounds known as the borate minerals. (
  • In the study, the researchers showed that by creating nanoscale defects in hexagonal boron nitride, they could functionalize the material for potential applications including in sensing, catalysis, optoelectronics, and quantum computing. (
  • Recent Advances in Visible-Light-Promoted Transformation of Alkyl Boron Compounds[J]. Chinese Journal of Organic Chemistry , 2020, 40(11): 3605-3619. (
  • T.B. Marder , "3-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds Light the Way: Optical Properties, Cell Imaging," Symposium Celebrating the Life of Suning Wang, IUPAC / Candian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, August 2021. (
  • Now a team from Nanyang Technological University, University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, and Brno University of Technology has combined Pt with the chalcogens S, Se, and Te to create layered compounds with electrochemical properties. (
  • In this case, the anion is the so-called COSAN anion (its full name is cobaltabisdicarbollide, and chemical formula [3,3'-Co(C2B9H11)2]- ), a boron cluster-based complex with a Co(III) center, which has the unusual property to self-assemble into vesicles and micelles. (
  • These systems are the first examples of smart redox-controlled fluorescent molecular switches obtained from boron cluster-based compounds. (
  • Strong magnetic coupling in a magnetically dilute f-electron insulator: A dysprosium boron-cluster compound. (
  • Asai T , Liu H, Ozeki Y, Sato S, Hayashi T, Nakamura H. Imaging of cellular uptake of boron cluster compound by stimulated Raman scattering microscopy. (
  • 2018 - English Boron cluster compounds (BCC) belongs to one or the proud sing compounds which ace used for medical treatment Their use for biochemical purposes is connected with use of water-based environments. (
  • Ferumoxytol is able to encapsulate a range of boron cluster derivatives and through a combination of in vitro and in vivo kinetic analyses, we show that encapsulation can favorably affect the biodistribution of boron-rich clusters. (
  • Chapter Five describes the development of boron cluster pharmacophores, specifically two small molecule histone deacetylase inhibitors. (
  • Chapter Six demonstrates the use of the closo-hexaborate cluster as a nucleophilic boron cluster reagent for the preparation of small molecules containing B-C bonds. (
  • As anticipated by its hydride clusters, boron forms a variety of stable compounds with formal oxidation state less than three. (
  • We have investigated several boron clusters with structures containing different number of vertexes (from 3 to 18), The structures were modified by endo- and exo- skeletal substituents. (
  • We have been interested in the study and preparation of new macromolecules functionalised with anionic Boron clusters at the periphery to provide new compounds with high Boron content that increases their solubility in water for medicine applications. (
  • Silicon boride (also known as borosilicide) is a lightweight ceramic compound composed of silicon and boron. (
  • PBN-coated Graphite heating elements provide extremely uniform temperature profiles for both compound and Silicon semiconductor manufacturing. (
  • The non-steel home of boron is similar to that of silicon. (
  • Because to its small ionic size and high IE, boron produces highly covalent compounds. (
  • It is an ionic compound with a hexagonal crystal structure. (
  • Can you write formulas for binary ionic compounds? (
  • Can you name binary ionic compounds? (
  • Note that this list includes ionic compounds, molecular compounds, and acids. (
  • Homoatomic triple bonds between main-group elements have been restricted to alkynes, dinitrogen, and a handful of reactive compounds featuring trans-bent heavier elements of groups 13 and 14. (
  • In general, tungsten halogen compounds are reactive toward water and oxygen in air. (
  • Examples of photo-reactive regenerative thermal oxidizers are those having boron-peroxide systems and those containing oxygen. (
  • If in one of the two states (on/off) the molecule is fluorescent, the compounds are then called fluorescent molecular switches, and their applications are even more interesting in the field of life sciences, especially if they can operate in small spaces. (
  • Owing to the presence of the COSAN, the properties of these compounds unambiguously demonstrate their capacity to behave as redox-induced fluorescent switches, which could be of use for the design of molecular memories and information processing devices, biosensing and imaging probes, or electrofluorochromic displays" says Rosario Núñez, researcher at the ICMAB. (
  • These compounds include a distinctive set of molecular interactions that are helpful in targeted therapies. (
  • Cubic boron nitride, among other applications, is used as an abrasive, as it has a hardness comparable with diamond (the two substances are able to produce scratches on each other). (
  • The most attractive aspect of AlMgB14 is its low price, which is 5 to 10 times lower than diamond and cubic boron nitride. (
  • Unlike traditional metastable superhard materials such as diamond and cubic boron nitride, AlMgB14 superhard materials are equilibrium materials with high hardness, low density, low coefficient of friction, high thermal stability, and good thermoelectric properties. (
  • It is often found combined with other substances to form compounds called borates. (
  • Borates and boron compounds are used in the creation of affordable, durable, and environmentally safe wood and wood products in order to protect them from fire, fungi, and pests. (
  • Borates (boron compounds) can inhibit the growth of wood-damaging fungi and help protect wood products against pests. (
  • U.S. Borax, part of Rio Tinto, is a global leader in the supply and science of borates-naturally-occurring minerals containing boron and other elements. (
  • We supply 30% of the world's need for refined borates from our world-class mine in Boron, California, about 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles. (
  • BCl 3 is a trigonal planar molecule like the other boron trihalides, and has a bond length of 175pm. (
  • In case of a compound like water, oxygen is split into two molecules, while in case of pure metal alloys, one molecule is occupied by oxygen while the other two are being consumed by the catalyst. (
  • Neodymium magnets, also known as neodymium-iron-boron magnets (NdFeB), have a variety of healthcare applications. (
  • More than one hundred borate minerals contain boron in oxidation state +3. (
  • [13] It is concentrated on Earth by the water-solubility of its more common naturally occurring compounds, the borate minerals . (
  • Chromium is named from the Greek chroma , meaning color , because most of its compounds are highly colored. (
  • Boron diketonates ( Scheme 1 ) with tetra-coordinate boron atom represent a classic organoboron complex. (
  • Boron trifluoride is used in the petrochemical industry as a catalyst. (
  • To learn about any Lewis dot structure of boron trifluoride BF3, you need to compute mainly four important things. (
  • The reason why it was difficult to answer this question is the presence of boron in all plants and unprocessed foods. (
  • Boron is present in all plants and unprocessed foods. (
  • We found that reduction of a bis(N-heterocyclic carbene)-stabilized tetrabromodiborane with either two or four equivalents of sodium naphthalenide, a one-electron reducing agent, yields isolable diborene and diboryne compounds. (
  • Many recipes call for glue, water, and borax, the colloquial term for sodium tetraborate, a boron-containing chemical compound. (
  • Known as sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, borax is a boron compound. (
  • We do not know whether children differ in their susceptibility to the effects of boron. (
  • The Effects of Boron Compounds on the Pr. (
  • an organic apple grown in good soil may have 20 mg boron, but if grown with fertilizer it may have only 1 mg of boron. (
  • A few boron-containing organic pharmaceuticals are used or are in study. (
  • Boron-containing organic antibiotics are known. (
  • If you cannot find a compound here, please try checking under another element in the compound, or also in list of organic compounds . (
  • Boron and its compounds can also be utilized as the catalysts of some organic and natural chemical reactions. (
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  • Moderate to high doses of boron can cause nausea, vomiting and other long-term damages. (
  • TAE Life Sciences and the Department of Radiation Physics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center conducted a study, "Effect of boron compounds on the biological effectiveness of proton therapy" , to identify whether PBCT will produce an increased biological effect in destroying the tumor. (
  • TAE Life Sciences is proud of this proton boron fusion study," said Bruce Bauer, PhD, CEO of TAE Life Sciences. (
  • It can lead to new catalysts and other compounds that could be applicable in a range of areas including quantum science, renewable energy, life sciences and sustainability. (
  • Boron consists of two stable isotopes, called B10 and B11 in nature. (
  • All this makes health problems due to boron deficiency now very common. (
  • Boron deficiency causes the parathyroids to become overactiv e, releasing too much parathyroid hormone which raises the blood level of calcium by releasing calcium from bones and teeth . (
  • For one thing, boron levels in plant foods are rather low.2 Moreover, modern dietary habits almost ensure boron deficiency, as many people do not eat nearly enough fruits and vegetables. (
  • Since all such disturbances may lead eventually to a decrease or cessation of reproduction, chemosterilants include compounds with different pharmacological properties and different modes of action. (
  • In the following sections we would discuss the occurrence, physical and chemical properties of Boron. (
  • In this review, we introduce the results of primarily recent studies on boron diketonate and related compounds containing polymers and particularly explain their optical properties. (
  • Finally, recent progress in the development of solid-emissive materials are shown with boron diketonates and their derivatives, which have aggregation-induced emission properties. (
  • For example, boron dipyrromethene derivatives are well known to have superior optical properties, such as high light-absorption and -emission abilities, sharp spectra and high photo-stabilities and are used for a wide variety of applications in both material science and biotechnology. (
  • The boron element, which is never found free in nature, forms compounds with different properties with various metals or non-metal elements. (
  • Crystallized boron is similar in appearance and optical properties and almost as hard as diamond. (
  • T.B. Marder , "3-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds Light the Way: Optical Properties, Cell Imaging," Keynote Lecture, Vebleo Webinar on Materials Science, Engineering and Technology, February 2021. (
  • T.B. Marder , "3-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds Light the Way: Optical Properties, Cell Imaging, and Binding to DNA, RNA and Proteins" Keynote Lecture, 4th-International Caparica Conference on Chromogenic and Emissive Materials (IC3EM-2020), Costa de Caparica, Portugal, November 2020. (
  • The results suggest that the tested boron compounds do not enhance cancer cell kill when combined with proton therapy, which leaves BNCT as probably the only advanced radiation therapy modality capable of combining the targeting properties of boron compound drugs to enhance radiation-induced cancer cell killing while minimizing side effects in health tissue. (
  • For the Properties of Pyrolytic Boron Nitride(PBN), Please click here. (
  • Identify the compounds B and C. Chemical Properties of Butanoic acid - C 4 H 8 O 2. (
  • η 5 -Pentamethylyclopentadienyl-coordinated boron cations, [η 5 Cp*B-R] + , combine the properties of boronium and borenium cations. (
  • The crystal structure of AlB2 is often used to describe the prototype structure of intermetallic compounds. (
  • The study tested whether different boron compounds enhance the effectiveness of proton beams in killing cancer cells via proton-boron nuclear reactions. (
  • Ingestion of large amounts of boron can result in damage to the stomach, intestines, liver, kidney, and brain. (
  • Studies in animals indicate that the male reproductive organs, especially the testes, are affected if large amounts of boron are ingested for short or long periods of time. (
  • Despite its availability in nature, ingesting adequate amounts of boron can be difficult. (
  • Lapacho (Pau d'arco) contains high amounts of boron and is used to cure cancer. (
  • The compounds are synthesized by simply heating stoichiometric amounts of the respective elements together. (
  • The boron layer is similar to the graphite structure. (
  • Organoboron(III) compounds are usually tetrahedral or trigonal planar, for example, tetraphenylborate, [B(C6H5)4]− vs. triphenylborane, B(C6H5)3. (
  • boron β-diketonate is a simple and robust organoboron complex. (
  • Compared with tri-coordinate boron, the organoboron complexes with tetra-coordinate boron generally exhibit higher stabilities. (
  • What Is The Best Form Of Boron To Take? (
  • Further compounding the dangers of insufficient boron intake is that even well-informed adults who take boron supplements may not be getting the form of boron that supports optimal health and well-being. (
  • In researching various boron compounds, scientists discovered a plant form of boron known as calcium fructoborate, which is a complex of calcium, fructose, and boron found naturally in fruits, vegetables, and other foods. (
  • 2 This innovative form of boron is not only safe and well tolerated, but has been shown to be much more bioavailable than other commercial forms of boron. (
  • This novel form of boron-known as FruiteX B® OsteoBoron™-is clearly the most advanced boron compound available today. (
  • Consequently, the increase in weight, after ignition, upon that of the lime taken gives the amount of boron trioxide present. (
  • The main source from which boron can form is mineral borax, then another source is colemanite and occasionally small amount of boron has formed from spring waters of volcanic eruption. (