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Borax is an industrially important mineral and a
Chemical Formula: H20B4Na2O17
Other names: Sodium Borate Hydrate
discovered 4000 years ago. It was first brought to Europe from Kashmir and
Tibet. It is deposited by the evaporation of alkaline lakes, and today is mined
in California, Nevada, and Tibet. The hydrated mineral is colorless and becomes
chalky white during dehydration. It is water soluble, has a sweet alkaline
taste, and is brittle. Borax has no toxic fumes; it is environmentally safe and
should not be ingested. This chemical is an important source of boron
containing compounds such as tincalconite and kernite, and is industrially
important in the manufacturing of ceramics, paint, glass, and coated paper. It
is also utilized as a disinfectant, insect repellent, water softener, and a
detergent. The most common detergent brand is 20 Mule Team Borax.
4x4-99mm x 60.4mm, 5x7-178.9mm x 109.4mm, 6x10-238.7mm x 146mm