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sol·u·ble glass

a silicate of potassium or sodium, soluble in hot water but solid at ordinary temperatures; used for fixed dressings.
Synonym(s): water glass

water glass

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Different weight fractions of sodium silicate (10-30%) were mixed with PPG as different white components of PU/silicate.
Preliminary Titanium Casting Results Maximum Vickers Alpha Case Layer Sample Hardness Number Depth {microns) Zirconia with sodium silicate 465.
5wt% of sodium silicate solution (NaSS) (Composition V) is declined away from the shear stress axis, compared with the flow curve of cement paste without NSS common to dilatant mixtures.
2008) sodium silicate solution changes the microstructure of the hardened cement paste, accelerates binding time, enhances closed porosity and has insignificant effect on the strength of hardened cement paste.
This annular grout is designed to fracture easily, but fill the bore hole so sodium silicate grout does not follow the SPP bore, but goes into the ground.
Sand is mined from open pit mining and washed to remove the major impurities prior to delivery to the sodium silicate manufacturing facility.
The above selected subgroups after fourteen weeks of exposure to sodium silicate or normal saline were sacrificed and then thyroidectomized.
Sodium hydroxide pellets and Sodium silicate solution were mixed in required quantities so as to result in the desired [Na.
The light-weight formula contains a combination of sodium silicate, magnesium, iron oxides and water which works by forming a fine, invisible film and gently lifting the area.
30pm on the eastbound carriageway at Junction 12 , Frodsham, when a lorry, believed to be carrying sodium silicate, hit two cars.
To guard against fraud, CARS requires dealers to permanently disable trade-ins by placing two quarts of sodium silicate solution into the engines and running them for seven minutes.