silicon hydride


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silicon hydride

[′sil·ə·kən ′hī‚drīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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van de Sanden, "Temperature dependence of the surface reactivity of SiH3 radicals and the surface silicon hydride composition during amorphous silicon growth," Surface Science, vol.
Another important preparative method of silicones involves an addition reaction of silicon hydrides to terminally unsaturated organic compounds.
(60) Another method of heat vulcanization involves addition reactions of functionalized siloxanes containing silicon hydrides (SiH) and vinyl functional siloxanes (SiCH=C[H.sub.2]) in the presence of a noble metal catalyst, usually platinum.