How Did Boron Get Its Name?


Boron got its name from the Arabic word Buaq and Burah the Persian word. The both words form the name borax. Also boron was formed from the words borax and carbon.
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Boron has been known all the way back to ancient times. It's name comes from the Arabic word Buraq and the Persian word Burah. They are both words for the name borax.
Boron got its name from the elements "borax" and "Carbon"
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