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Ceric borate, CeO2.B2O3

Ceric borate, CeO2.B2O3, may be prepared, according to Holm, by heating ceria with an excess of boric anhydride in a petroleum injector-furnace and extracting the mass with water; it is described as a yellow powder, insoluble in water and dilute mineral acids. Guertler, however, states that this method of preparation only yields cerous metaborate, Ce(BO2)3.
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