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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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Complete report on Sodium Silicate Industry providing 18 company profiles, their product information and 230 tables and figures is available at http://www.
15:1 for the pure PU material, and the weight fractions of sodium silicate ranged from 10 to 30 wt% in PU/silicate composites.
For silicate composite materials with the predictable characteristics MWCNTs should be used as a binder.
2] consumption by silicate weathering under bamboo and other vegetation conditions and to learn about the possibility of bamboo-enhanced silicate weathering as a biogeochemical remediation strategy of atmospheric C[O.
This paper is devoted to the influence of different ratio of calcium chloride, kaolinite on cement-sodium silicate grout in improving the shear strength and microstructural of sapric peat by carrying out vane shear test and measuring the moisture content of the samples.
All the above groups were selected for histological studies of the thyroid gland from my previous study, where the first and the second silicate sub-groups were autoantibody-positive for serum ANA, anti-dsDNA, anti-Smith, anti-SSA and anti-SSB.
Twenty-seven years later, the inorganic sodium silicate binder system has been tweaked and adjusted to further meet environmental regulations that have changed since 1982 and today supports the goals of metalcasting facilities to meet or exceed environmental regulations while producing high quality castings.
After centrifugation at 500g for 15 min at 4 [degrees]C, the supernatants of cell culture, BCs, plasma, and serum with and without silicate were analyzed by use of Western blot (75-7F7 and GE-213 monoclonal antibodies against MMP-2 and -9, respectively; Calbiochem) and gelatin zymography (7.
Wet-ground muscovite mica consists of tiny, extremely thin flakes of a potassium/ aluminum silicate crystal with traces of other elements.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the state of Colorado, has gone a step farther in capitalizing on that characteristic with a new class of amended silicate sorbents that remove even more arsenic from water, and do it more easily and more cheaply.
Although not an essential dietary component, silicon naturally occurs in foods as silicon dioxide (silica) and silicates, and is added as anti-caking and anti-foaming agents as silica, silicates and dimethylpolysiloxane; silicate-containing antacids are also widely used.
An essential step in the formation of a nanocomposite is the delamination of the silicate layers.