silicic acid


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silicic acid

[sə′lis·ik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
SiO2· n H2O A white, amorphous precipitate; used to bleach fats, waxes, and oils. Also known as hydrated silica.
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Minimum shoot fresh weight was observed when silicon was applied from source silicic acid as compared to other sources.
Under the basic pH, the silicic acid formed was allowed to condense to form silica particles.
In the second step stochiometric ratio of AcMe, Silicic Acid and N, N' Dimethylthiourea (3:3:1) in ethanol, and subjected to condensation for about 9.
Moreover, for a hybrid with higher PAn content, the strong hydrogen bonding interaction between PAn and silicic acid (precursor of Si[O.
Farmer VC, Lumsdon DG (1994) An assessment of complex formation between aluminium and silicic acid in acidic solutions.
Trivalent iron is determined by a complexonmetric method in a hydrochlorid solution received after silicic acid separation.
1-4) In an aqueous environment, hydrated silica releases silicic acid in solution by hydrolysis.
We treated wood with boric acid and colloidal silicic acid solutions (CSAS) or with boric acid and silicic acid monomer solutions (SAMS), and tested for resistance to brown-rot fungus (Fomitopsis palustris) damage, fire resistance, and termite resistance.
Unlike the degradation products from polymers like lactides and glycolides, silicic acid, the product from BioSilicon, is a very mild acid expected to cause less irritation.
Each new organism deposits the silicic acid in a compartment called the silica-deposition vesicle.
4 min was unusual in that it required acetic acid in methanol to elute from a silicic acid column.
Quantitative determination of CL in mitochondrial electron transferring complexes by silicic acid high-performance liquid chromatography.