Jack Kruf

005. Boron

    • Within the Periodic Table Boron is a chemical element with symbol 'B' and atomic number 5. Produced entirely by cosmic ray spallation and supernovae, it is a low-abundance element in the Solar system and in the Earth's crust. The word boron was coined from borax, the mineral from which it was isolated.
    • Displayed are symbol, name, atomic number (above left) and atomic weight.
    • Overall size 30x30 cm, image 18,5*18,5 cm. Hahnemühle German Etching. Passe-partout card natural white.
    • High quality frame, 9 mm in sight, 16 mm deep, aluminium with solid riveted connections in the corners, black. Integrated 3-point hanging system.
    • Highest quality SCHOTT MIROGARD ® anti-reflective, completely transparent, ultra lightweight museum glass.
    • This product shows the element in a classic style with typeface Times New Roman. The symbol has the Pantone® colour Steel Gray, referring to the metalloid group to which the element belongs.
    • Ships within 10 working days after order.