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silanization

[sil′ənizā′shən]
(in chromatography) the chemical process of converting the SiOH moieties of a stationary form to the ester form.
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The influence of the in-situ functionalization or silanization on the processing characteristics and the ENR-CNT composites properties were also investigated.
Efficium is said to offer breakthrough benefits for the automotive industry, allowing for increased productivity due to its impact on mixing and extrusion throughput and adding flexibility thanks to its silanization control and reformulation opportunities without compromising on rolling resistance, wear and grip.
Since non-silica based Yttria partially stabilized tetragonal zirconia (Y-TZP) are resistant to etching [3], other techniques such as air-abrasion, silanization and laser irradiation are used to increase the roughness of zirconia surface [4].
As stated, Cooper has used SMB to manufacture more than 2 million premium passenger tires and derived a number of benefits from the technology including improved mixing productivity and flexibility, the elimination of volatile organic (VOC) emissions associated with the standard silanization process of mixing silica, and improved silica dispersion in tire tread formulation, leading to better traction, wear and rolling resistance performance in tires.
Surface Functionalization and Stabilization of Mesoporous Silica Spheres by Silanization and Their Adsorption Characteristics.
Silanization serves to replace hydroxyl groups, present on the carrier's surface, with methylsilyl groups.
Different hydrophobization methods have been introduced, ranging from spontaneous covalent bonding of hydrophobic self-assembles of organometallic octadecyltriclorosilanes, a process called silanization, to chemical and plasma deposition of fluoropolymers [140-146].
Both the nanoparticle preparation and the silanization are carried out in air using water or alcohol as the solvents.
Stabilization of immobilized glucose oxidase against thermal inactivation by silanization for biosensor applications.
Conditions (catalyst, solvent, temperature) of the silanization process used to affect the complex hydrolysis-condensation reactions of organosilanes will determine the nature of the products formed.