magnesium silicate


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magnesium silicate

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′sil·ə‚kāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
3MgSiO3·5H2O White, water-insoluble powder, containing variable proportions of water of hydration; used as a filler for rubber and in medicine.
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Five test specimens were produced for each of the three groups using acetic-cure silicone (Siliflex, Vedacit, Brazil): control group (CG) - without the addition of magnesium; group with addition of 10% magnesium silicate by volume (MS-10); and group with addition of 20% magnesium silicate by volume (MS-20).
This finding was present in responders with extensive interstitial/parenchymal abnormalities (three of four patients) and in one of two patients with small airway disease, but not in the patient with nonnecrotizing granulomas, b) We found a higher amount of aluminum silicate and magnesium silicate in all four patients with diffuse interstitial/parenchymal abnormalities compared with those with small airway disease and granuloma.
A barium magnesium silicate doped with europium and manganese will absorb UV (250 to 390 nm) and emit red (550 to 700 nm) and blue (400 to 500 nm) light.
The biodegradable plastic is made mainly of polylactic acid, taken from corn protein, and magnesium silicate contained in soil.
The functional group for the interaction on the talc surface is magnesium silicate hydroxide.
A vulcanizable rubber composition comprising a nitrile group containing highly saturated copolymer rubber, an ultrafine magnesium silicate powder; said nitrile group containing highly saturated copolymer rubber being obtained by hydrogenating the conjugated diene part of an unsaturated nitrile-conjugated diene-unsaturated carboxylic acid ester copolymer.
Meanwhile a small group of German mine rescue specialists entered the magnesium silicate pit at a different point in the first attempt to inspect its depths at first hand and possibly find a short cut to the buried men.
With high-pressure experiments, Knittle and Jeanloz have shown that a mineral called magnesium silicate perovskite makes up most of the lower mantle.
00 Clay) (Sodium magnesium silicate and tetrasodium pyrophosphate) Phase D Solid pigment or pigment dispersion 4.
Washington, Feb 11 ( ANI ): Using high-powered lasers, scientists have found that molten magnesium silicate undergoes a phase change in the liquid state, abruptly transforming to a more dense liquid with increasing pressure.