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Element Name: Boron Aliases: B Known Crime Associates: Borax (sodium tetra borate) Na2B4O7·10H2O DOB: Not created

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Wanted for: The Boron is used for supplements as medicine, such as building strong bones, treating osteoarthritis (used as an aid for building muscles and increasing testosterone levels,), it also is used for improving concentration and muscle coordination. People also apply boric acid to the skin as an astringent or to prevent infection; or use it as an eye wash. Description: Atomic Number: 5 Atomic Mass: 10.811 amu Melting Point: 2300.0 °C (2573.15 K, 4172.0 °F) Boiling Point: 2550.0 °C (2823.15 K, 4622.0 °F) Number of Protons/Electrons: 5 Number of Neutrons: 6 Classification: Metalloid Crystal Structure: Rhombohedral Density @ 293 K: 2.34 g/cm3 Color: black Luster: High Modus Operandi: Boron transmits portions of infrared light. It’s a poor electrical conductor at room temperature, but it’s a good conductor at high temperatures. Forms stable covalently bonded molecular networks. Boron’s filaments have high strength and are light weight. Although elemental boron is not considered to be a poison, assimilation of boron compounds has a cumulative toxic effect. First Arresting Officer: OfficerSir Humphry Davy, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac and Louis Jacques Thenard Arrest Report On Fist Arrest: Discovered in 1808. Sir Humphry Davy, Joseph Louis GayLussac and Louis Jacques Thenard reacted boric acid with potassium and realized they had isolated a totally new element which Davy called boracium. The name was later changed to boron. Priors: In the past, people made use of boric acid for its antiseptic and cleansing properties. It was used during World War II to preserve food. Warning: Good natured and well behaved