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Boron doesn't react with water under normal conditions.If you are trying to weave a boron fibre shirt, you need to start with 100 micron thick tungsten wire, upon which to deposit a layer of amorphous boron, probably by evaporation, which means you need a furnace capable of temperatures well north of 4000 C.
You need a decent research lab, some assistents and a big pile of money.Might be easier and cheaper to buy a few sheets of kevlar matting.... - Downunder35m
You might just end up with a soiled t-shirt that does nothing. Research is key.http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2010-04/armored-t-shirts-contain-boron-carbide-nanowires - caitlinsdad
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