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si·lic·ic

(si-lis'ik),
Relating to silica or silicon.
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Highly silicic minerals have never before been directly detected on the moon, says study coauthor Timothy Glotch of Stony Brook University in New York.
Even so, we were surprised that some of the beers we tested were literally drenched with silicic acid - silicon.
Her topics include preparing 31Si-labeled silicate to use as a radiotracer for silicon studies in biosystems; the beneficial role of silicon to organisms as demonstrated by the importance of silicon chemistry to metal accumulation in yeast; a mathematical approach to the systematic compartmental analysis for describing observed 31Si-labeled silicic acid uptake during diatom valve formation; and a new method to study heterogeneous binding and precipitation of silicate and phosphate in heterotrophic biofilms.
This book is a collection of 12 papers that address four important issues in magma evolution: magma transfer from mantle to surface, dynamics of magma transport, magma reservoir dynamics and processes of silicic melt generation.
hosted by acid leached silicic rock associated with fluids generated in the
The hydrophobic particle can be hydrophobized silicic anhydride, spherical poly(methyl methacrylate), silicone-treated titanium dioxide, fluorine-treated talc, or metallic soap treated sericite, or silicone-treated Red No 226.
Bjorlykke (1989) suggested that this process of kaolinitisation remains possible in the presence of abundant potassium feldspar and water giving rise to kaolinite, silicic acid, and potassium.
In the present work, Silicic acid is used as a binder because it has more active replaceable hydroxyl groups, with wide range applications.
As well as keeping you energised all morning, studies show that oats contain high levels of a mineral called silicic acid that plumps up the cells in skin, creating a youthful bounce.
Silicic acid: Boric acid complexes as wood preservatives: Ability of treated wood to resist termites and combustion.