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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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3], important in the developing understanding of the calcium silicates that form the bulk of an industrial clinker.