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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A novel silicon complex is as effective as sodium metasilicate in enhancing the collageninduced inflammatory response of silicon-deprived rats.
Sodium metasilicate nonahydrate and CTMABr dissolved in water were used as silica source and surfactant solution, respectively.
Bakhtiari, "Lithium metasilicate and lithium disilicate nanomaterials: optical properties and density functional theory calculations," International Nano Letters, vol.
fine Chemical Ltd., used are gadolinium chloride (99% A.R), calcium chloride (99% A.R), ammonium molybdate (99% A.R), ammonium nitrate (99% A.R), and sodium metasilicate (99% A.R).
Bai, "Continuous generation of mesoporous silica particles via the use of sodium metasilicate precursor and their potential for C[O.sub.2] capture," Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, vol.
Solidia Cement, a replacement for traditional PC binders from Solidia Technologies Inc., is intended to reduce these emissions through the use of calcium metasilicate that can either be naturally mined or synthesized by solid-state reaction at lower temperatures than traditional methods.
Jesionowski and Krysztafkiewicz (4) suggested a novel process for treatment of nanosilica with methacrylic silane in the course of its formation during precipitation from sodium metasilicate solution using acidic conditions in glycerin.
- Pakistani student Adnan Bukhari, who studying drought stress physiology at the USDA-ARS North Central Soil Conservation Research laboratory in Morris for the last six months, is looking at the effects of sodium metasilicate as an additive to mitigate drought stress in wheat, he said.
Compounds with metasilicate (T2) and ZnO (T8) exhibit normal cure times.
* NYCO Minerals--Wollastonite micro fiber reinforcing fillers (calcium metasilicate)
The batches were moisture-enhanced to 110% of initial weight with sodium chloride (NaCl, 0.5%) and sodium tripolyphosphate (STP, 0.25%); NaCl, STP and cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC, 0.2%); NaCl, STP and lactic acid (0.3%); and NaCl, STP and sodium metasilicate (0.2%).
(2003b) showed that increasing doses of metasilicate resulted in an increased productivity of irrigated rice.