- borax (n.)
- late 14c., from Anglo-French boras, from Medieval Latin baurach, from Arabic buraq, applied by the Arabs to various substances used as fluxes, probably from Persian burah. Originally obtained in Europe from the bed of salt lakes in Tibet.
- 1. Borax must be reduced to powder for infants.
- 2. Borax is the compound commonly applied to the soil to correct boron deficiency.
- 3. It was investigated that chromizing in borax salt bath and melting hydrochloride.
- 4. Borax carmine A dye used to stain nuclei for light microscopy.
- 5. Mix it with Borax to make a great scouring powder.
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