Chemical Formula of Boron Trioxide

Boron Trioxide (Boron iii Oxide) is one of the oxides of boron produced in a fusion furnace when treating the borax with sulfuric acid. Molar mass of Boron Trioxide is 69.6182 g/mol and density is 2.460 g/cm3 in liquid. It doesnt exist in any defined form but can be crystallized when exposed to prolonged heat.

Properties of Boron III Oxide 

Chemical Name

Boron(III) Oxide

Chemical Formula

:

B2O3

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Organic

Appearance

:

White, Glassy Solid

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

69.62 g/mol

Molar Density

:

2.460 G/cm3, Liquid;2.55 G/cm3, Trigonal; 3.11–3.146 G/cm3, Monoclinic

Boiling Point

:

1,860 °C (3,380 °F; 2,130 K) , Sublimates At 1500 °C

Melting Point

:

450 °C (842 °F; 723 K) (trigonal) 510 °C (tetrahedral)

Boron Trioxide (Boron iii Oxide) is one of the oxides of boron produced in a fusion furnace when treating the borax with sulfuric acid. Molar mass of Boron Trioxide is 69.6182 g/mol and density is 2.460 g/cm3 in liquid. It doesnt exist in any defined form but can be crystallized when exposed to prolonged heat.


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