metasilicate


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metasilicate

[¦med·ə′sil·ə‚kāt]
(mineralogy)
A salt of the hypothetical metasilicic acid H2SiO3. Also known as bisilicate.
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Calcium silicate is basically Wollastonite; that is, metasilicate of calcium.
The tanks were filled with f/2 mix that lacked sodium metasilicate and vitamins (40 g 1,000 [L.
04 mole of lead salt in 200 mL of water is added 260 mL of a 10 per cent aqueous solution of sodium metasilicate.
An integral part of the processing system involves caustics and solvents needed for the chemical cleaning and degreasing of the strip steel with heated solutions of sodium metasilicate and similar products.
3]), a naturally occurring calcium metasilicate, used as a reinforcing, functional filler and additive in thermoset, thermoplastic, and elastomeric applications.
Asbestos is the generic term used to describe a group of fibrous metasilicate minerals that occur naturally in the environment.
A number of mineral fillers such as precipitated calcium carbonate, calcium metasilicate, diatomaceous silica, precipitated barium sulfate and rutile titanium oxide can be used in FKM compounds without significant loss of properties compared to carbon black fillers (ref.
Effect of ammonium salts on dispersive and adsorptive parameter of silicas precipitated from sodium metasilicate solution // Colloid.
After 7 days of cold treatment, 10 kg blotted wet weight of Ulva thalli was placed into each of the five, 400 L tanks filled with a modified f/2 culture medium (Guillard & Ryther 1962), that lacked PII metals, sodium metasilicate and vitamin stock solutions.
Wollastonite or calcium metasilicate, a naturally occurring mineral, is used in thermosets and thermoplastics as a reinforcing, functional filler and additive.
The advantages of employing sodium metasilicate are mainly its low cost with no alcohol side product produced, which is potentially detrimental to cell growth during silicic acid formation in biomaterial applications.
The pigmentation is designed to provide improved corrosion protection by the inclusion of silane-treated calcium metasilicate.