Boron is the 5th element of the periodic table. Its atomic weight is 10.81 u and its symbol is B. It is a relatively rare material in the universe and it is a Metalloid, which makes it a transition between metals and non-metals. Boron has medical uses, and can be used in aircraft, as a acid and many more uses.

Atomic name: Boron                  Melting point: 2076 C, 3769 F   

Atomic number: 5                       Boiling point: 3927 C, 7101 F


Atomic weight: 10.81 u

Elemental Category: metalloid

Colour: Blackish-grey

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