Temperature: 300C

Description:Boron from Boric Acid melts
Type:Melting Point/Range

Notes

At 180C Boric acid loses crystallization water and the remaining B2O3 melts at 300C. Thus this is the first material to enter the liquid phase in the fritting process.


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