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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Nano-Si[O.sub.2] improves the mechanical properties of rubbers and plastics [1--4]; however, the surface of nano-Si[O.sub.2] is occupied by large amounts of acidic hydroxyl, siloxane, and silanol groups [5], Because of the large surface area and high surface energy, bulk aggregation of nano-Si[O.sub.2] in the polymer matrix is at the lowest energy state, which, in turn, results in structural flaws in the polymer matrix and affects the performance of the nanocomposite [6-8], To enhance the interfacial adhesion between inorganic nanoparticles and the polymer matrix to improve the dispersion of nanoparticles in nanocomposite materials, it is necessary to reinforce the compatibility between the polymer matrix and the surface of nano-Si[O.sub.2].
The wide range of pKas of surface silanol groups allow un-ionized silanol groups to interact with carboxylate or carboxylic acid groups (usually present on the color pigment surface) by proton transfer or hydrogen bonding.
Obviously, there are two notable broad peaks observed at 1050, 954 and 766 cm-1 in both samples confirming the existence of the silanol groups; Si-O-Si and S-OH.
The silanol groups on the silica surface interact with the epoxide groups of ENR through hydrogen bonds during processing, and ring opening of the epoxide groups can form chemical bonds with silica via a condensation reaction with the silanol groups (refs.
Plastosil M-2000, the commercial name of polydimetylsiloxanol, containing 0.04 wt.% of reactive silanol groups, [eta] = 2000 [+ or -] 500 cP, d = 0.97 g/[cm.sup.3], supplied by Chemical Plant Polish Silicones Ltd., was used as a plasticizer (P) for the PLA/MPLA/TPS (60/10/30) blend.
Based on the FTIR data, residual silanol groups on the surface of the silica gel were considered responsible for producing the strong dipoledipole interaction.
Cationic forms strongly interact with residual silanol groups of the RP-type stationary phase and cause the occurrence of the dual retention mechanism (RP and ion-exchange retention mechanism) and result in the peak tailing, irreproducible retention, and poor system efficiency [20].
The peaks which could be ascribed to alkaline Earth metal species for all tested samples are not observed, what is probably related with good dispersion of the alkaline Earth metals in the zeolite as a result of their reaction with silanol groups of vacant T-atom sites and/or ion exchange with a proton of HAlBeta.
MSNPs have high mechanical and chemical stability and abundant silanol groups facilitating functionalization.
It is left in glassy Si[O.sub.2] due to the synthesis process by oxidizing Si[Cl.sub.4] or by the "drying" step where the silanol (bound hydroxyl [equivalent to]Si-O-H) groups are removed in [Cl.sub.2] ambient.
9,808,414 B2; ELC Management LLC, Melville, NY, has patented a method for whitening discrete hyper pigmented spots on skin that entails applying to the spots a liquid pigmented treatment composition that contains at least one skin whitening active; a polymeric coating material comprising a composite polymer that is the reaction product of a silanol endblocked polydimethyl siloxane and a silicate resin; a volatile solvent selected from isododecane, isohexadecane, dimethicone, cyclomethicone, and mixtures thereof; a non-volatile silicone oil having a viscosity ranging from 20 to 200,000 est at room temperature; a silicone surfactant; and titanium dioxide in combination with pigments.
Silanes bond chemically to a silanol on the glass surface by the condensation of an active group on silicone, such as OH, Cl, OR.