silicon dioxide

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silicon

 [sil´ĭ-kon]
a chemical element, atomic number 14, atomic weight 28.086, symbol Si. (See Appendix 6.)
silicon dioxide silica.

sil·i·ca

(sil'i-kă),
The chief constituent of sand, hence of glass.
[Mod. L. fr. L. silex (silic-), flint]

silicon dioxide

n.
Silica.

sil·i·ca

(sil'i-kă)
The chief constituent of sand, hence of glass.
Synonym(s): silicon dioxide.
[Mod. L. fr. L. silex (silic-), flint]

sil·i·ca

(sil'i-kă)
The chief constituent of sand, hence of glass.
Synonym(s): silicon dioxide.
[Mod. L. fr. L. silex (silic-), flint]
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Figures 1 and 2 indicate that the 550[degrees]C composite coating is composed of [gamma]-alumina and amorphous silica.
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The Main Endeavour Field samples were rich with amorphous silica, which should precipitate only if the hydrothermal fluid had cooled without mixing with seawater.
At present, commercial coated ink jet papers are coated with amorphous silica pigments, Klass explained.
This firm's silica fiber blanket Type SI Moldable is a wet blanket that combines high-purity amorphous silica fibers with an inorganic silica binder.
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This was cemented with silty iron-oxide clays, euhedral sulphur crystals (as well as rare sulphur druses) and sometimes thread-shaped amorphous silica.
Particulates found in different brands include corn starch, potato starch, lycopodium (a powder found in plants), as well as amorphous silica, talc, or other minerals.