dimethyl polysiloxane

di·meth·yl pol·y·si·lox·ane

(dī-mĕth′əl pŏl′ē-sĭ-lŏk′sān′)
n.
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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The bladder coating is formulated with dimethyl polysiloxane lubricants, but at quantities not enough to provide continuous lubrication beyond several cures.
It consists of dimethyl polysiloxane, an amino functional siloxane crosslinker, and filler dispersed in naphtha to 47 percent solids by weight.
They contained a clear liquid and one was labelled dimethyl polysiloxane.
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