Minimum shoot dry weight was recorded when silicon was applied through silicic acid
as compared to the other sources but higher than control.
In the current process, reacting the aqueous sodium silicate with acidic ion exchange resin produced silicic acid
intermediates, which condense further to form the silica nano particles.
It shows replacement of all hydroxyl groups of the silicic acid
Popplewell JF, King S J, Day JP, Ackrill P, Fifield LK, Cresswell RG, di Tada ML, Liu K (1998) Kinetics of uptake and elimination of silicic acid
by a human subject: a novel application of 32Si and accelerator mass spectrometry.
Calcium oxide is determined by a complexonmetric method in aliquot part of filtrate after the silicic acid
After translocation, condensation, and precipitation in plant tissues, silicic acid
performs several important functions.
In previous reports (Yamaguchi 1994a, 1994b; Yamaguchi and Ostman 1996), a silicic acid
monomer solution (SAMS) or a colloidal silicic acid
solution (CSAS) were impregnated into wood.
BioSilicon, on the other hand, naturally degrades into silicic acid
, a form of silicon found in most foodstuffs, Aston said.
In the late 1990s, Hildebrand identified a gene for a protein that draws silicic acid
from the environment into the cell.
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It contains silicic acid
, which binds and removes toxins and irritants from the gut.
This cellulosic fiber contains silicic acid
and is produced using a modified viscose process.