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si·lic·ic

(si-lis'ik),
Relating to silica or silicon.
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In the second step stochiometric ratio of AcMe, Silicic Acid and N, N' Dimethylthiourea (3:3:1) in ethanol, and subjected to condensation for about 9.30 h at 70[degrees]C resulting a clear mixture indicates the complete mixing.
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Duan J, Gregory J (1998) The influence of silicic acid on aluminium hydroxide precipitation and flocculation by aluminium salts.
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