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|Packaging Details||50 Kg Bag|
|Appearance||white color powder|
Sodium borohydride (NaBH4) is the most commonly available borohydride, synthesized by reacting methylborate with sodium hydride in mineral oil. It is employed as a precursor for producing other metal borohydrides. Various approaches for qualitative and quantitative monitoring of sodium borohydride have been explained. The potential of NaBH4 to store as well as generate hydrogen for fuel cells has been investigated
Nanocrystalline superlattices in gold colloid solution have been prepared by ligand-induction using AuCl3 reduced with sodium borohydride. Nucleophilic addition of hydride ion from sodium borohydride is an inexpensive alternative method for the Baylis-Hillman reaction to form [E]-α-methylcinnamic acids.
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