fluoboric acid

noun Chemistry.

a clear, colorless liquid, HBF4, that ionizes abundantly in solution, used chiefly in the synthesis of fluoborates.

Nearby words

  1. flunkey,
  2. flunkout,
  3. flunky,
  4. fluoborate,
  5. fluoboric,
  6. fluocinonide,
  7. fluon,
  8. fluophosphate,
  9. fluophosphoric acid,
  10. fluor

Origin of fluoboric acid

First recorded in 1810–20

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