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*  Silicone
Silicones, also known as polysiloxanes, are polymers that include any inert, synthetic compound made up of repeating units of ... Silicones are of three types: 1. straight chain silicones; 2. cyclic silicones; 3. crosslinked silicones. More precisely called ... These silicon atoms are tetravalent. So, silicones are polymers constructed from inorganic-organic monomers. Silicones have in ... Silicones are used as active compound in defoamers due to their low water solubility and good spreading properties. Liquid ...
*  Anodizing
Though some may prefer lighter colors, in practice they may be difficult to produce on certain alloys such as high-silicon ... Although both stable compounds, chromate conversion coating has a greatly increased electrical conductivity. Applications where ... Most recently, new techniques to partially convert the amorphous oxide coating into more stable micro-crystalline compounds ... Integral color anodising was originally performed with oxalic acid, but sulfonated aromatic compounds containing oxygen, ...
*  Potential applications of carbon nanotubes
Examples include silicon coated CNTs to create flexible energy-dense batteries, graphene coatings to create highly elastic ... Zhang, S.J.; Shao, T.; Kose, H.S.; Karanfil, T. (2010). "Adsorption of Aromatic Compounds by Carbonaceous Adsorbents: A ... of Silicon Valley, California are developing transparent, electrically conductive films of carbon nanotubes to replace indium ... placed on the market a hydrogen sensor that integrated carbon nanotubes on a silicon platform. Since then, Nanomix has been ...
*  Printed electronics
Silicon is also printed as an organic precursor which is then converted by pyrolisis and annealing into crystalline silicon. ... Spectrolab already offers commercially flexible solar cells based on various inorganic compounds. [1] Thinfilm and InkTec ... Electronics portal Amorphous silicon Anilox rolls Chip tag Circuit deposition Coating and printing processes Conductive ink ... 2006). "Solution-processed silicon films and transistors". Nature. 440: 783-786. doi:10.1038/nature04613. CS1 maint: Explicit ...
*  Energy applications of nanotechnology
Hot nuclear compounds such as corium or melting fuel rods may be contained in "bubbles" made from nanomaterials that are ... for example by improving current collection in amorphous silicon devices, plasmonic enhancement in dye-sensitized solar cells, ... In order to combat this, alcohols or hydrocarbons compounds are used to lower the carbon monoxide concentration in the system. ... and improved light trapping in crystalline silicon. Furthermore, nanotechnology could help increase the efficiency of light ...
*  Binary compounds of silicon
Binary silicon compounds in group 17 are stable compounds ranging from gaseous silicon fluoride (SiF4) to the liquids silicon ... Binary compounds of silicon are binary chemical compounds containing silicon and one other chemical element. Technically the ... Silicon sulfide is also a chain compound. Cyclic SiS2 has been reported to exist in the gas phase. The phase diagram of silicon ... Other binary silicon nitrogen compounds have been proposed (SiN, Si2N3, Si3N) and other SiN compounds have been investigated at ...
*  Methyltrichlorosilane
"Silicon Compounds, Organic." Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2005. doi:10.1002/14356007. ... Chloride is used to reduce the tendency of silicon to react in the gas phase and thus to increase the growth rate of the ... "A method of preparing poly(methyl- or ethyl-silyne) and silicon carbide ceramics therefrom." U.S. (2006), 15 pp. CODEN: USXXAM ... Rochow, E. "An Introduction to the Chemistry of the Silicones." New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1946. ISBN 1-4437-2286-3 ...
*  Colour out of space (species)
Mutually damaging to silicon compounds. The colours inhabit small colored, fragile globules within such meteors, exhibiting the ...
*  Penilaian Menengah Rendah
Silicon compounds and calcium compounds. Reactions of metals with non-metals. Pollution and steps to combat pollution. ... Chemical elements, compounds and mixtures. Electrochemistry. Testing for results of biological processes. The composition of ...
*  Hexafluorosilicic acid
Carsten Mai, Holger Militz (2004). "Modification of wood with silicon compounds. inorganic silicon compounds and sol-gel ... to give silicon tetrafluoride. Thus formed, the silicon tetrafluoride reacts further with HF. The net process can be described ... the formula for this compound is often written as H 2SiF 6. Extending that metaphor, the isolated compound is then written as H ... Hexafluorosilicic acid is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula (H 3O) 2SiF 6 (also written as (H 3O) 2[SiF 6]). It ...
*  Neon compounds
doi:10.1016/0039-6028(77)90104-2. Roithová, Jana; Schröder, Detlef (2 November 2009). "Silicon Compounds of Neon and Argon". ... Neon compounds were long believed not to exist. Neutral neon-containing molecules were only discovered in the twenty-first ... SiF2Ne2+ has a bond from neon to silicon. SiF2+ 3 has a very weak bond to fluorine and a high electron affinity. NeCCH+, a ... This neon comes back out when heated to 900 °C. Neon can be trapped inside some metal-organic framework compounds. In NiMOF-74 ...
*  Quadrosilan
Yitzhak Apeloig (1989). The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds. John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited. p. 1154. ISBN 978-0-471- ... It is an organosilicon compound, and is also known as 2,6-cisdiphenylhexamethylcyclotetrasiloxane. Quadrosilan has estrogenic ... 91993-3. Mills, John S; Showell, Graham A (2004). "Exploitation of silicon medicinal chemistry in drug discovery". Expert ...
*  Organosilanols
... are a group of chemical silicon compounds. More specifically, they are carbosilanes derivatized with a hydroxy ... Organosilanols are the silicon analogs to alcohols. Organosilanols can be obtained by hydrolysis of organohalosilanes, such as ... This can be explained by a stronger increase in electron density on the silicon atom by the alkyl groups. Correspondingly, the ... Depending on the substitution pattern of the silicon atom, a further distinction can be made. Organosilanols are classified as ...
*  Silicon tetrabromide
Silicon Compounds, Silanes. Arkles, B.; Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology; John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2001. Silicon ... Silicon Compounds, Silicon Halides. Collins, W.: Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology; John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2001 ... Silicon tetrabromide is the inorganic compound with the formula SiBr4. This colorless liquid has a suffocating odor due to its ... Ebsworth, E. A. V. In Volatile Silicon Compounds; Taube, H.; Maddock, A. G.; Inorganic Chemistry; Pergamon Press Book: New York ...
*  Siloxane
Oxidation of organosilicon compounds, including siloxanes, gives silicon dioxide. This conversion is illustrated by the ... Siloxanes, IUPAC Gold Book Röshe, L.; John, P.; Reitmeier, R. "Organic Silicon Compounds" Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial ... Siloxanes also include branched compounds, the defining feature of which is that each pair of silicon centres is separated by ... "The inertness of silicones toward warmblooded animals has been demonstrated in a number of tests." With an LD50 in rats of>50 g ...
*  Hexamethyldisiloxane
Röshe, L.; John, P.; Reitmeier, R. "Organic Silicon Compounds" Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. John Wiley and ... It is therefore sometimes employed to crystallize highly lipophilic compounds. It is used in liquid bandages (spray on plasters ... Hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) is an organosilicon compound with the formula O[Si(CH3)3]2. This volatile colourless liquid is ... Sudarsanan Varaprath; Cecil L. Frye; Jerry Hamelink (1996). "Aqueous solubility of permethylsiloxanes (silicones)". ...
*  Direct process
Rösch, L.; John, P.; Reitmeier, R. "Organic Silicon Compounds" Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. John Wiley and ... Since the silicon is crushed prior to reaction in a fluidized bed, the companies practicing this technology are referred to as ... It is the precursor for the majority of silicon products produced on an industrial scale. The other products are used in the ... The copper and silicon form an intermetallics with the approximate composition Cu3Si. This intermediate facilitates the ...
*  Beta-silicon effect
London 1981 Organo-silicon Compounds. II.1 Silicon Analogs of Neopentyl Chloride and Neopentyl Iodide. The Alpha Silicon Effect ... First page Organo-silicon Compounds. III.1 - and -Chloroalkyl Silanes and the Unusual Reactivity of the Latter Leo H. Sommer, ... The silicon effect is also manifest in certain compound properties. Trimethylsilylmethylamine (Me3SiCH2NH2) is a stronger base ... By adding sodium hydroxide to the α-substituted compound only the silicon chlorine groups are replaced but not the carbon ...
*  Silicate
A silicate is a compound containing an anionic silicon compound. The great majority of the silicates are oxides, but ... Although the tetrahedron is the common coordination geometry for silicon compounds, silicon is well known to also adopt higher ... Myriad silicate anions can exist, and each can form compounds with many different cations. Hence this class of compounds is ... "Orthosilicate" is the anion SiO4− 4 or its compounds. Related to orthosilicate are families of anions (and their compounds) ...
*  Samarium
Smith, G. S.; Tharp, A. G.; Johnson, W. (1967). "Rare earth-germanium and -silicon compounds at 5:4 and 5:3 compositions". Acta ... The last compound is a common reducing agent in chemical synthesis. Samarium has no significant biological role but is only ... As many other samarium compounds, it exists in several crystalline phases. The trigonal form is obtained by slow cooling from ... Samarium hexaboride is a typical intermediate-valence compound where samarium is present both as Sm2+ and Sm3+ ions at the ...
*  Corium (nuclear reactor)
Aerosols released during this phase are primarily based on concrete-originating silicon compounds; otherwise volatile elements ... The gaseous compounds may be adsorbed on the surface of the aerosol particles. The composition of corium depends on the design ... The molten reactor core releases volatile elements and compounds. These may be gas phase, such as molecular iodine or noble ... Decomposition of concrete and volatilization of the alkali metal compounds consumes a substantial amount of heat. The fast ...
*  Advanced steam technology
It has been proposed that, given sufficient solar energy, silicon compounds - or even regular biomass. processed into solid ... "The Sustainable Global Energy Economy: Hydrogen or Silicon?". Springer Link. "Uniflow Power Ltd - Renewable Energy and Resource ...
*  Polycrystalline silicon
This process involves distillation of volatile silicon compounds, and their decomposition into silicon at high temperatures. An ... Polysilicon is distinct from monocrystalline silicon and amorphous silicon. In single crystal silicon, also known as ... silicon - meaning that the randomly associated crystallites of silicon in "polycrystalline silicon" are converted to a large " ... Bulk Metallurgical grade silicon Wafer (electronics) Polycrystal Nanocrystalline silicon Amorphous silicon Cadmium telluride ...
*  Silicon
... compounds such as silicon carbide are used as abrasives and components of high-strength ceramics. Elemental silicon ... Polycrystalline silicon Printed silicon electronics Silicon tombac Silicon Valley Silicon Wadi Transistor Clayden, Jonathan; ... Amorphous silicon Black silicon Covalent superconductors List of countries by silicon production List of silicon producers ... Silicon disulfide (SiS2) is formed by burning silicon in gaseous sulfur at 100 °C; sublimation of the resulting compound in ...
*  Selective catalytic reduction
Some examples of plugging contaminates are: fine particulate, ammonia sulfur compounds, ammonium bisulfate (ABS) and silicon ... However, the pores are easily plugged by a variety of compounds present in combustion/fuel gas. ... compounds. Many of these contaminants can be removed while the unit is on line, for example by sootblowers. The unit can also ...
*  Acoustic microscopy
... the interface between the overlying mold compound and the top surface of the silicon die. the interface between the overlying ... In the image of the plastic-encapsulated IC above, gating was on a depth that included the silicon die, the die paddle and the ... It shows the structure of the particle-filled plastic mold compound, as well as the circular mold marks at the top surface of ... The return echoes were gated on the depth where the backside mold compound interfaces with the back side of the die paddle. The ...
*  Carbon-based life
Silicon compounds do not readily recombine into different permutations in a manner that would plausibly support lifelike ... The most frequently suggested alternative is silicon. Silicon is in the same group in the Periodic Table of elements, and has ... in which a living rock creature's biochemistry is based on silicon. Also in The X-Files episode "Firewalker" where silicon ... In the movie adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's "2010" (1984) a character argues, "Whether we are based on carbon or on silicon ...