silanol


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silanol

[′sī·lə‚nȯl]
(chemistry)
A member of the family of compounds whose structure contains a silicon atom that is bound directly to one or more hydroxyl groups.
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Silica particles have a high surface energy owing to a high concentration of silanol groups on their surface and tend to self-associate via hydrogen bonding, leading to the formation of a strong filler-filler network which results in poor dispersion in a rubber matrix [l.
Process aids (such as low-molecular-weight silanol fluids)
It is also interesting that one embodiment is described in which the silanol is attached to filaments of, for example, cotton especially for use as dental floss.
The silanol groups of TMES would react, through condensation, with oxide or hydroxyl groups on the polymer surface.
However, these pure silicone resins are expensive and their curing via condensation of the silanol groups requires high temperatures.
Silanol groups abundant on the silica gel, induce the apatite nucleation in the body environment (7).
Ionized silanol groups at the capillary wall attract cationic species from the buffer, an effect that is regulated by the pH of the buffer.
4] The deprotonated silanol groups on the glass surface provide satisfactory electroosmotic flow for the fluid delivery and separation.
For the silica nanoparticle with the silanol group on the surface, it was reported that the bare silica particles could be well dispersed in acrylated hyperbranched polymer (16,17) and poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) matrix (18,19) through strong hydrogen bonding interactions.
An additional infrared absorption related to the stretching mode of the O-H group of both water and silanol is centered at an approximate wavelength of 3450 [cm.
3000 3600 cm-1 corresponding to hydrogen bonded water and silanol groups;1637 cm-1 showing the presence of water in the samples;1075 1200 cm-1 correlated with asymmetricstretching vibrations of siloxane groups;750 1000 cm-1 correlated with symmetric stretching vibrations of siloxane groups.
The manufacturing process involves an ion-exchange reaction at the surface of silica between weakly acidic surface silanol groups and calcium hydroxide, as indicated in Figure 2.