boride

[bawr-ahyd, bohr-]
noun Chemistry.
a compound consisting of two elements of which boron is the more electronegative one.

Origin:
1860–65; bor- + -ide

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boride (ˈbɔːraɪd)
 
n
a compound in which boron is the most electronegative element, esp a compound of boron and a metal
 
[C19: from bor(on) + -ide]

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The next step is to discover how to synthesize the new tungsten boride alloy under ambient conditions in a laboratory.
One type uses an integral fuel burnable absorber containing a thin boride coating on the surface of the fuel pellets.
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