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boron

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English

Chemical element
B Previous: beryllium (Be)
Next: carbon (C)

Etymology

from borax

Hyphenation

bo·ron

Noun

Singular
boron

Plural
-

boron (-)
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  1. The chemical element (symbol B) with an atomic number of 5; a metalloid

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For etymology and more information refer to: http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/be.html (A lot of the translations were taken from that site with permission from the author)

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Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *boron, whence also Old English borian, Old Norse bora

Verb

borōn

  1. to bore

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