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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Silanol activity: high, ran,column for liquid chromatography rp-18, inner diameter: 2.
25-27] who successfully reduced POSS aggregation in iPP by using POSS containing silanol functionalities and dibenzylidene sorbitol, able of forming molecular adducts that easily dispersed in iPP matrix as submicron amorphous domains.
The brand's successful Stymulactine 21 shampoo works in tandem with Stymulactine 21 serum, which is formulated with silanol, an essential factor in the cellular activity of hair roots.
1] disappeared after addition of silica, suggesting all epoxy groups has been used up to react with silanol groups which produce chemical filler-to-rubber bonds in the silica-filled system.
Process aids (such as low-molecular-weight silanol fluids)
A recent adsorption study of the chromophore on a glass surface by evanescent wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy assumed localized bonding by coulombic attraction between the dye cation and negatively charged dissociated silanol sites on the glass.
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.
As silica contains a large number of silanol groups on its surface in the form of vicinal, geminal, and isolated, it can be considered a very polar filler.
1] is the symmetric stretching vibration absorption of hydroxyl groups present on the bentonite either from water molecules, silanol or aluminol.