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Boric acid, or trioxoboric acid, is an acid with the chemical formula H3BO3. It is a compound derived from the boron atom. Boric acid is found in nature, in small quantities and mainly in volcanic areas. It can also be obtained from other minerals, such as borax and boracite, through chemical processes.
Borax, also known as sodium borate, or sodium tetraborate, is a salt of boron and has the chemical formula Na2B4O7-10H2O. It is one of the chemical products with the greatest number of small applications, both at domestic and industrial level. It is presented in the form of fine grain or powder, in white colour.