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Boric acid used to provide heat protection?

by ngilman
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ngilman
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Aug27-04, 12:54 PM
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Hi,

Has anyone heard of a layer of boric acid being used as a heat shield? I know it is often used in solution and other composites to act as a fire retardant, but what I'm looking for is any reference to boric acid, by itself, being used as an insulator. Maybe like a layer of boric acid protecting the components of a flight data recorder?

Heard of anything like this?
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nilsad
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Jul18-05, 10:23 AM
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See US patent 6264854.

When was his query posted please ?


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