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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.
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Synthesis of Cross-Linked Poly(Sodium Acrylate)/Sodium Silicate Hydrogels
Future prospects and current trends of the global calcium silicate market by the end of forecast period (2018-2025)
A high rate of calcium silicate hydrate conversion observed in Phase II, coupled with lower heat of hydration or exotherm, yields a finished concrete of higher compressive strength and lower porosity.
These previous studies were mainly focused on mechanical parameters of grouted soil specimens injected with cement-based slurries or diffusion characteristic of those with cement-based slurries injected into soil; however, few studies have been performed on the effects of cement slurry or cement-sodium silicate slurry on grouting pressure, grouting surrounding rock pressure (i.e., variation of surrounding rock pressure by grouting), or grouting quality, or the comparison between them.
(16) MTA HP and other new calcium silicate cements such as Biodentine and BC Sealer change the radiopacifying agent into calcium tungstate or zirconium oxide.
Tricalcium silicate showed one of dominant peaks in the control group of the WR sealer (Figure 4(b)).
The mineral composition of the WHB ash specimens made of mixtures with sodium silicate based solutions differs considerably from that of the samples treated with water or NaOH.
It's to be noted that calcium silicate cement generally does not have adequate radiopacity to be visualized radiographically [12, 13] hence the necessity to add a radiopacifying agent to cement composition.
The study objective was to determine whether the application of potassium silicate on papaya plants induces resistance to twospotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, and decreases its infestation.
(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X17300341) The study , published in the latest edition of the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, calls this mechanism of deposition of silicate minerals "aerial metasomatism."
Liquid Sodium Silicate (LSS) also known as water glass or liquid glass is used in the preparation of activated silica that is readily used for the treatment of portable water.
The crystals of porous calcium silicate hydrates can be circulated in the system, which is beneficial for effectively recovering the high concentration of phosphorus in the wastewater.