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sil·i·cate

(sil'i-kāt),
1. A salt of silicic acid.
2. The term sometimes applied to dental restorations of synthetic porcelain.

silicate

(sĭl′ĭ-kāt) [L. silicus, flintlike]
A salt of silicic acid.

sil·i·cate

(sili-kăt)
1. Term sometimes applied to dental restorations made of synthetic porcelain.
2. Salt of silicic acid.

silicate

a salt of any of the silicic acids.
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GuoChang (Shanghai University) presents recent research from Shanghai University on the microstructure of molten silicates and some inorganic substances, and the relationship between microstructure and macro properties.
It opens up the prospect that bespoke soils can be designed - with added calcium silicates, or specific plants - which optimise the carbon-capture process.
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