Definition of boric in English:

boric

Syllabification: bo·ric
Pronunciation: /ˈbôrik
 
/

adjective

Chemistry
Of boron: boric oxide
More example sentences
  • Glass-forming substances are usually silica, boric oxide, phosphorous pentoxide, or feldspars.
  • So boric acids, or boric salts, are products which traditionally used to protect buildings that perhaps have already suffered from some rot or decay.
  • A mild acid (usually citric, but sometimes acetic, boric, lactic or tartaric) is often added to amidol formulae to prevent oxidation, which can cause staining of the print.

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