dimethyl polysiloxane

di·meth·yl pol·y·si·lox·ane

(dī-mĕth′əl pŏl′ē-sĭ-lŏk′sān′)
A polymer composed of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms and having two methyl groups attached; it can, depending on molecular weight, have properties ranging from oils to plastics.
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Another new material is Jeesile 6056 (dimethyl polysiloxane), a 60% active silicone emulsion of a dimethyl polysiloxane gum.
The bladder coating is formulated with dimethyl polysiloxane lubricants, but at quantities not enough to provide continuous lubrication beyond several cures.
They contained a clear liquid and one was labelled dimethyl polysiloxane.