phenyltrichlorosilane

phenyltrichlorosilane

[‚fen·əl‚trī‚klȯr·ō′sī‚lān]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5SiCl3 A liquid with a sharp odor [boiling point 201°C (410°F), melting point -31°C (-23.8°F)] used in the manufacture of various silicone oligomers and polymers.
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Three organosilanes (phenyltrichlorosilane, 1-phenyl-4-trichlorosilylbucane, and 1-phenyl-11-trichlorosilylundecane) were used to derivatize fumed silica with different surface characteristics.