Articles by Kenneth ChangJesse MckinleyStephanie Rosenbloom
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February 3, 2009
Boron is a simple atom: five protons, five or six neutrons, five electrons. It is not as ubiquitous as hydrogen. It does not, as helium does, make your voice sound like Donald Duck. It is not as famous as carbon, its neighbor to the right on the periodic table.