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 How to Tell the Difference Between Boric & Stearic Acid?

Answer Boric acid and stearic acid have very different physical properties, so it's unlikely you'll ever mix the two up. If you do, however, you can easily tell them apart on the basis of their appearance... Read More »
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Relationship Between Magnesium Stearate & Stearic Acid?

Magnesium stearate is primarily a combination of the mineral magnesium and stearic acid. Both are substances found in nature. Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid that is found in many foods, suc... Read More »
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How to Use Stearic Acid in Removing Rust?

Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid found in many animal products and even some vegetable products like chocolate. Outside the kitchen, stearic acid can be used as a sealant to protect metal obj... Read More »
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Is boric acid a polyprotic acid?

Boric acid is not a polyprotic acid. Polyprotic acids contain multiple hydrogen protons and fully disassociate (dissolve) in a water solution. Sulfuric acid is a type of polyprotic acid. In contras... Read More »
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Is boric acid a Lewis acid?

Yes. A Lewis acid is an electron pair acceptor. The boron atom in boric acid, B(OH)3, has an empty shell, able to accept a fourth electron pair. For example, it can accept oxygen's electrons in an ... Read More »
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