Boric Acid - available at CDI in Buffalo, NY

What is Boric Acid?
  • Boric Acid is produced mainly from the reaction of sulfuric acid and borate minerals.

What grades of Boric Acid are available?
  • Reagent
  • Powdered
  • Anhydrous

What are some other names (Synonyms) of Boric Acid?
  • Orthoboric Acid
  • Boracic Acid

What is the CAS Number for Boric Acid?
  • 10043-35-3

What is the chemical formula for Boric Acid?
  • B(OH)3

What is the chemical structure of Boric Acid?
  • Boric Acid chemical structure

How is Boric Acid packaged?
  • 25 kg bags
  • 2000/2204/2500 pound supersacks

Where is Boric Acid used?
  • Insecticides
  • Medicinal
  • Metal Cleaning
  • Glass Manufacturing
  • Ceramic Industry
  • Electroplating
  • Other Industries


Boiling Point:
  • N/A

Specific Gravity:
  • 1.51

Appearance / Odor:
  • White, odorless, crystalline structure

Solubility in Water:
  • 4.7% at 20 °C ; 27.5% at 100 °C

Melting Point:
  • 170.9 °C

  • 3.7 (4.7% solution at 20 °C)

Molecular Weight:
  • 61.84


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