Differential Thermal Analysis of Selected Borate Minerals
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Differential Thermal Analysis of Selected Borate Minerals A Contribution to Geochemistry. by United States Geological Survey

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1036K
ContributionsAllen, R.D.
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Open LibraryOL21728632M

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Magnesium borate (MB) is a technical ceramic exhibiting high heat resistance, corrosion resistance, great mechanical strength, great insulation properties, lightweightness, high strength, and a high coefficient of elasticity. Zinc borate (ZB) can be used as a multifunctional synergistic additive in addition to flame retardant additives in polymers. In this study, the raw materials of zinc Thermal analysis, which includes Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA), and Thermal Gravimetry (TG), can provide valuable information on the thermally After the thermal analysis, the synthesised mcallisterite was heated in a Protherm MOS /4 high temperature furnace set to increase at 10°C/min to a temperature of °C under a nitrogen atmosphere replenished at 5 ml/min. XRD analysis was then applied to investigate the characteristics of calcined magnesium :// Novel borate Lu 2 Ba 3 B 6 O 15 was prepared using a multi-step high-temperature solid-state synthesis. It crystallizes in the cubic system, Ia 3 ¯ space group, a = (3) Å, V = (18) Å 3, Z = 8, and it is isostructural with Y 2 Ba 3 B 6 O The crystal structure is described as a framework composed of the edge-sharing large irregular BaO 9 ://

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