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*  Siloxide
They also arise by the degradation of siloxanes by base: R3SiOSiR3 + 2 NaOH → 2 R3SiONa + H2O Cleavage of cyclic siloxanes ...
*  Silicone
The most common siloxane is linear polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), a silicone oil. The second largest group of silicone materials ... More precisely called polymerized siloxanes or polysiloxanes, silicones consist of an inorganic silicon-oxygen backbone chain ... Silly Putty and similar materials are composed of silicones dimethyl siloxane, polydimethylsiloxane, and decamethyl ... since each such molecule has only one reactive site and so forms the end of a siloxane chain. When silicone is burned in air or ...
*  Siloxane
A siloxane is a functional group in organosilicon chemistry with the Si-O-Si linkage. The parent siloxanes include the ... The word siloxane is derived from the words silicon, oxygen, and alkane. In some cases, siloxane materials are composed of ... Siloxanes generally adopt structures expected for linked tetrahedral ("sp3-like") centers. The Si-O bond is 1.64 Å (vs Si-C ... The siloxane functional group forms the backbone of silicones, the premier example of which is polydimethylsiloxane. The ...
*  Polyvinyl siloxane
... (PVS), also called poly-vinyl siloxane, vinyl polysiloxane, or vinylpolysiloxane, is an addition-reaction ... Polyvinyl siloxane is widely used in dentistry as an impression material. It is also used in other contexts where an impression ... Dental impression Dentures Mandikos M. "Polyvinyl siloxane impression materials: An update on clinical use". Australian Dental ... Polyvinyl siloxane was commercially introduced in the 1970s. To create the material, the user simply mixes a colored putty ( ...
*  Index of oral health and dental articles
Polyvinyl siloxane • Post-canine megadontia • Post and core • Posterior tongue • Potassium alginate • Premolar • Preparation • ...
*  Biogas
During combustion of biogas containing siloxanes, silicon is released and can combine with free oxygen or other elements in the ... In some cases, biogas contains siloxanes. They are formed from the anaerobic decomposition of materials commonly found in soaps ... Practical and cost-effective technologies to remove siloxanes and other biogas contaminants are available. For 1000 kg (wet ... moisture and siloxanes. The gases methane, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide (CO) can be combusted or oxidized with oxygen. This ...
*  Anaerobic digestion
Volatile siloxanes can also contaminate the biogas; such compounds are frequently found in household waste and wastewater. In ... When this gas is combusted in a gas engine, turbine, or boiler, siloxanes are converted into silicon dioxide (SiO2), which ... This upgrading implies the removal of contaminants such as hydrogen sulphide or siloxanes, as well as the carbon dioxide. ... Practical and cost-effective technologies to remove siloxanes and other biogas contaminants are available at the present time. ...
*  Inorganic polymer
Related to the siloxanes are the polysilazanes. These materials have the backbone formula Si-N-Si-N-. One example is ...
*  Kurt Gingold
Rochow, Eugene G.; Gingold, Kurt (1954). "The Conversion of Chlorosilanes to Siloxanes by Dimethylformamide". Journal of the ...
*  Surfactant
Siloxane surfactants have siloxane chains. Many important surfactants include a polyether chain terminating in a highly polar ...
*  Disiloxane
It is the simplest siloxane, or oxasilane. Disiloxane is a molecule with six equivalent Si-H bonds and two equivalent Si-O ...
*  Self-healing material
Keller, M.W.; White, S.R.; Sottos, N.R. (2007). "A self-healing poly(dimethyl siloxane) elastomer". Adv. Funct. Mater. 17 (14 ...
*  Polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate
The globules bound with siloxane linkages form pores. The pores are spaces between the globules filled with water. The pore ...
*  Hexachlorophosphazene
Other well known inorganic rings include borazine, S4N4, and the cyclic siloxanes. Hexachlorophosphazene is a precursor to poly ...
*  Silsesquioxane
In the first step CF3SO3H acid attacks siloxane Si-O-Si bonds and the formation of Si-O-SO2CF3 bond parallel with cage opening ... Reorganization of the siloxane cage-like core (T8 → T10) can be performed, including isolation of intermediates, and cage ... Uponfurther acid attack, both T6(OH)4 C and siloxane dimer D are formed. Because this reaction takes place in an aqueous ... Sauvet, G.; Fortuniak, W.; Kazmierski, K.; Chojnowski, J. (2003). "Amphiphilic block and statistical siloxane copolymers with ...
*  Silanone
... s are unstable and favor oligomerisation to a siloxane. The reason for this instability is the weak pi bond with a ... The first to postulate a silanone were Kipping & Lloyd in 1901 but their products were in fact siloxanes. Silanones are of some ...
*  Silanes
This gives rise to various subsets, such as siloxanes, silazanes, silathianes, and so forth. (Silyloxy)silane is the simplest ... This class contains silicones, which are compounds based on siloxane polymers. Organooxasilane examples: Trimethyl[( ... the simplest silicon-hydrogen compound with chemical formula SiH4 Silanols Siloxanes, a functional group in organosilicon ... example of a siloxane. Organoheterosilanes are perhaps the most important, and widely used, subclass of chemical compounds ...
*  Hydrogen sensor
Siloxane enhances the sensitivity and reaction time of hydrogen sensors. Detection of hydrogen levels as low as 25 ppm can be ...
*  Selexol
M. Ajhar; M. Travesset; S. Yüce; T. Melin (2010). "Siloxane removal from landfill and digester gas - A technology overview". ...
*  Antimicrobial polymer
Liang, J.; Chen, Y. (2006). "N-halamine/quat siloxane copolymers for use in biocidal coatings". Biomaterials. 27 (11): 2495- ...
*  Fleming-Tamao oxidation
It is difficult to prevent small resulting silyl-alcohols from dehydrating to form siloxanes. The main difference between the ...
*  Clendon Thomas
It was a pioneer in the use of siloxane-based chemistry. List of NCAA major college football yearly scoring leaders "All- ...
*  Octadecyltrimethoxysilane
It is sensitive toward water, irreversibly degrading to a siloxane polymer. It places a C18H39SiO3 "cap" on oxide surfaces. The ...
*  Thermodynamics of micellization
The tail group can be a hydrocarbon, fluorocarbon, or a siloxane. Extensive variation in the surfactant's solution and ...
*  Stone sealer
Penetrating sealers The most penetrating sealers use siliconates, fluoro-polymers and siloxanes, which repel liquids. These ...