organosilicon compound

organosilicon compound

[ȯr¦gan·ō′sil·ə·kən ′käm‚pau̇nd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound in which silicon is bonded to an organic functional group, either directly or indirectly via another atom.
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Taking into account the toxicity of nickel oxides [20], Ni NTs degradation has been researched depending on the ambient medium acidity at different exposure times, and the opportunity of surface modification with organosilicon compound has been considered.
It is also used in the etherification of wood, purification of organosilicon compound mixtures, and disinfection of crude oil products.
The FP of an organosilicon compound as reported in the literature might be measured using two different test methods, the ASTM D 93 (the Pensky-Martens Tester) and the ASTM D 3828 (the Setaflash Tester) methods [12, 13].
(18) This was the first example of an organosilicon compound, since it possessed at least one Si-C bond.
The formal reaction partner is a hydrosilane, an organosilicon compound that acts as a reducing agent.
Knight of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his colleagues at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, report what they say is the first solid indication of a so-called organosilicon compound in an organism.
Key statement: The present invention relates to an organic silica masterbatch elastomer prepared by mixing a conjugated diene based copolymer, a vinyl aromatic copolymer or a mixture thereof prepared by solution polymerization with organically modified silica in which the surface of silica is modified with a particular organosilicon compound and a silane coupling agent in solution.
Key statement: A sulfide chain-bearing organosilicon compound having the average compositional formula: [([R.sup.1]O).sub.(3-p)] [([R.sup.2]).sub.p]Si-[R.sup.3]-S-[([R.sup.4]--[S.sub.m]).sub.q]-[R.sup.4]-S -[R.sup.3]-Si[([OR.sup.1]).sub.(3-p)][([R.sup.2]).sub.p] is prepared at low costs and in high yields by reacting a halogen-terminated organosilicon compound having the formula: [([R.sup.1]O).sub.(3-p)][([R.sup.2]).sub.p]Si-[R.sup.3]-S-([R.sup.4]-X, and optionally a halide having the formula: X-[R.sup.4]-X and/or sulfur with an aqueous solution or dispersion of a polysulfide [M.sub.2][S.sub.n] or hydrate thereof in the presence of a phase transfer catalyst.
Key statement: Comprising (A) a straight-chain fluoropolyether having at least two alkenyl groups and a perfluoropolyether structure, (B) an organosilicon compound having at least two Sill groups, (C) a perfluoroparaffin or derivative and (D) a hydrosilylation catalyst cures into a product that exhibits solvent resistance, chemical resistance, weather resistance, water repellency, oil repellency and heat resistance, and is improved in mold release and compression set.
The company is a global manufacturer and supplier of commercial and research quantities of organosilicon compounds, metal-organic compounds and silicones, serving advanced technology markets.
Siloxanes, organosilicon compounds, and other silicon-containing compounds are found in many types of biogas; without specific methods to remove these compounds, they can survive upgrading and remain in the product biomethane.
Mandryko et al [2] presents organic-mineral fertilizers containing peat, sapropel, manure, seston, charcoal, brown coal, bone meal and organosilicon compounds. Ivanchenko and Voloshin [3] proposed the technology for producing organic-mineral fertilizers from products obtained as a result of phosphates removal from urban waste water.