cyclosilicate

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cyclosilicate

[¦sī·klō′sil·ə‚kāt]
(mineralogy)
A silicate having the SiO4 tetrahedra linked to form rings, with a silicon-oxygen ratio of 1:3, such as Si3O96- or Si6O1812-. Also known as ring silicate.
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This ion bombardment knocks the atoms out of order in the silicate mineral crystal and leaves behind oxygen that is more available to react with hydrogen, for example, to create water molecules.
Aromatic compounds are more prone to undergo coking reactions than aliphatic ones, and the pyrolysis reaction in the presence of silicate showed the catalytic effect of silicate minerals aiding the coking reactions.
In this regard, discussion of the surface and colloid chemistry of the two layer silicate minerals seems to be an appropriate contribution to this special volume of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering in recognition of Jacob Masliyah and in celebration of his 65th birthday.
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Hence, to strengthen the bone behavior of other compounds, such as bone-building cells or large molecules that induce bone and silicate minerals such as zinc, etc.
The reasons for the uncertainty are that the amount of water produced is small and it is localized in very thin rims on the surfaces of silicate minerals so that older analytical techniques were unable to confirm the presence of water.