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Boric acid, more specifically orthoboric acid, is a compound of boron, oxygen, and hydrogen with formula BO3H3 or B(OH)3. It may also be called hydrogen borate or boracic acid. It is usually encountered as colorless crystals or a white powder, that dissolves in water, and occurs in nature as the mineral sassolite. It is a weak acid that yields various borate anions and salts, and can react with alcohols to form borate esters.   Wikipedia

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boracic acid | boric acid | boron oxide hydroxide | carbol-fuchsin | e284 | hydrogen borate | orthoboric acid | trihydroxyborane

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