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Abstract: An extremely facile synthesis route to ultralong boric acid one-dimensional (1D) micron structures was developed, and the anisotropic growth of boric acid was interpreted by the rolling mechanism of layered structures. Studies on the microscale tribological properties of 1D boric acid were done with the help of atomic force and lateral force microscopy techniques, showing the results of excellent lubricating properties of the 1D boric acid micron structures.

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“…BSAPC‐E3 showed diffraction peak at 2θ, 35°, corresponding to the peak of pure borax (2θ, 34.9°) indicating successful loading of borax in composite matrix. XRD spectrum of BSAPC also showed a small peak at 2θ, 14.6° corresponding to boric acid (2θ, 14.9°) revealing formation of borate ion from borax ( B4O72normalBO33) during present composite synthesis . This observation was substantiated by the presence of characteristic FT‐IR bands of boric acid (asymmetric BO stretching at 1310–1400 cm −1 and in‐plane BOH bending at 1200 cm −1 ) and borax (asymmetric BO stretching band at 947 cm −1 and in‐plane BOH bending at 1150 cm −1 ) in the FT‐IR spectrum of BSAPC‐E3 (Figure ).…”
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“…BSAPC‐E3 showed diffraction peak at 2θ, 35°, corresponding to the peak of pure borax (2θ, 34.9°) indicating successful loading of borax in composite matrix. XRD spectrum of BSAPC also showed a small peak at 2θ, 14.6° corresponding to boric acid (2θ, 14.9°) revealing formation of borate ion from borax ( B4O72normalBO33) during present composite synthesis . This observation was substantiated by the presence of characteristic FT‐IR bands of boric acid (asymmetric BO stretching at 1310–1400 cm −1 and in‐plane BOH bending at 1200 cm −1 ) and borax (asymmetric BO stretching band at 947 cm −1 and in‐plane BOH bending at 1150 cm −1 ) in the FT‐IR spectrum of BSAPC‐E3 (Figure ).…”
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“…These bands were absent in FT‐IR spectrum of corresponding SAPC [Figure (b) ] . Characterization through XRD and FT‐IR established (i) successful loading of borax in the composite matrix of BSAPCs and (ii) formation of BO33 may be through partial in situ hydrolysis of borax …”
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“…Results from both theoretical predictions27 and experiments25 confirmed that acidic pH (pH < 5), temperature (10~30 °C), and concentrations (0.1~2.0%) were critical for boric acid to self-assemble into non-covalent polymers. Meanwhile, acidic (pH = 4) and room temperature were also optimal crystallization conditions for CPT1839.…”
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“…The micron-scaled one-dimension structure of boric acid non-covalent polymers is revealed recently25. In self-assembled boric acid clusters, one boron atom is surrounded by three oxygen atoms to form triangular BO 3 groups and hydrogen bonds link the planar BO 3 groups together26.…”
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“…22,23 On the other hand, boron containing compounds have been used as effective antiwear additives, antioxidants, friction modifiers, and corrosion inhibitors. [24][25][26][27] Therefore, it was thought worthwhile to study the synergistic behavior of additives containing a Schiff base and a borate ester.…”
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