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borated (not comparable)
- Having been treated with borate
1898, “Selected Formulae”, in Scientific American Supplement, No. 1178, June 25, 1898:
- An advantage of this borated oil is that it always retains a slight stickiness, and so gives a good joint when wrapped around wires, etc.
1929, William J. Robinson, Woman:
- […] little need be done for them except to wash them with a little boric acid solution (one teaspoonful of boric acid to a glass of water) occasionally, and now and then to rub in a little petrolatum, plain or borated.
2000 December 15, R. Hasty et al., “Strange Magnetism and the Anapole Structure of the Proton”, Science, volume 290, number 5499, DOI:10.1126/science.290.5499.2117, pages 2117-2119:
- In the deuterium experiment, the hydrogen target was replaced with deuterium, and borated polyethylene shielding was installed around the target […] .