siloxane


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siloxane

/si·lox·ane/ (si-lok´sān) any of various compounds based on a substituted backbone of alternating silica and oxygen molecules; in polymeric form they are polysiloxanes, and when the side chain substituents are organic radicals, they are silicones.
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Poly vinyl siloxane + silane siloxane--Pt, Salt [right arrow] silicone rubber
Wang, GY, Xu, XD, Hu, CP, "Preparation and Properties of Waterborne Polyurethaneurea Consisting of Fluorinated Siloxane Units.
The experiments for shorter duration (<4 days) need to be carried out to find the difference between P4 and P1, and it is expected that P4 would perform better than PC in shorter duration of aging at 120[degrees]C as it contains siloxane impact modifier.
15-23) Ekin and coworkers studied the effect of siloxane molecular weight and content on the physical and fouling-release properties of siloxane-polyurethane coatings made using a polycaprolactone (PCL) polyol, diluting the PDMS in ethyl ethoxy propionate (EEP).
Siloxane and pyrogenic silica are key ingredients in the manufacture of finished silicone products.
In the present work, the hydrophopic character of the siloxane networks was enhanced by using, along with tetraethoxysilane (TEOS), methyltriethoxysilane (MTEOS) as primary component of the siloxane precursor solution.
PHC587C is the latest generation of a primerless thermal hardcoat, offering improved performance and processing features, including a unique adhesion promoter technology incorporated into the siloxane resin matrix and Momentive-patented UV absorber technology.
New Structured Siloxane Defoamer Line Designed for Specific Defoaming and Compatibility Requirements
1-30% of a non-spherical crosslinked siloxane elastomer having a particle size of from above 10-200 microns; 10-80% of a solvent suitable for topical application to the skin having a solubility parameter of less than or equal to about 9 [(cal.
Siloxane polymers own superior properties in a wide temperature range because of their low glass transition temperature, low surface energy, and low moisture permeability.
Several research groups seek to make new lenses based on a type of siloxane, a silicon-oxygen compound that produces strong, flexible films.