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Soluble silicates

James Garrett Vail

Soluble silicates

their properties and uses.

by James Garrett Vail

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Published by Reinhold; Chapman & Hall .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAmerican Chemical Society monographs series;no.116
The Physical Object
Pagination357p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages357
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19949064M

Soluble silicates in industry. New York: Chemical Catalog Company. MLA Citation. Vail, James G. Soluble silicates in industry / by James G. Vail Chemical Catalog Company New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Vail, James G. , Soluble silicates in industry / by James G. Vail Chemical Catalog Company New York. Wikipedia Citation. ©, , , Joseph Davidovits ISBN: 5th edition, March Published by: Institut Géopolymère 16 rue Galilée F Saint-Quentin France Web:

Dissolved silica is a minor but ubiquitous constituent of the hydrosphere.5 Commercial soluble silicates have a higher degree of polymerized silica species than natural dissolved silica because of higher concentrations; how-ever, when diluted they depolymerize to molecular species that are indistin-guishable from natural dissolved silica.6File Size: KB. In chemistry, a silicate is any member of a family of anions consisting of silicon and oxygen, usually with the general formula [SiO (4−2x)− 4−x] n, where 0 ≤ x.

Silicic acid condensation in aqueous media- the fundamentals. The simplest soluble form of silica, orthosilicic acid ‘Si(OH) 4 ’, is a weakly acidic molecule (pK a ) with silicon tetrahedrally coordinated to four hydroxyl groups [1, 2].It is found universally (sea water, fresh water, soil water) at low concentrations (a few ppm) and it is most likely that it is in this form that all Cited by: Silica is only slightly soluble in water. The presence of most silica in natural waters comes from the gradual degrada-tion of silica-containing minerals. The type and composition of the silica-containing minerals in contact with the water and the pH of the water are the primary factors controlling both the solubility and the form of silica File Size: 54KB.


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Soc., Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Feb 6, Export Citation. Sodium silicate is the most important of the soluble silicates. This material is often called “water glass” and is ordinarily supplied as a colorless, viscous water solution displaying little tack.

Positive pressure must be used to hold the substrates together. This material will withstand temperatures of up to °C. Book Publishing WeChat (or Email:[email protected]) Article citations.

More>> Vail, J.G. () Soluble Silicates—Their Properties and Uses, Vol. 1, Chemistry. Reinhold. I-Chemicals-G-Sodium Silicate Soluble sodium silicates are silicate polymers1. The higher the degree of polymerisation the greater the proportion of oxygens shared between SiO4 2- tetrahedra and hence the smaller the Na2O:SiO2 ratio.

A range of different SiO2 and Na2O polymers can Size: 25KB. 29Si NMR and Raman Glimpses into the Molecular Structures of Acid and Base Set Silica Gels Obtained from TEOS and Na-Silicate.

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C(50), DOI: /jpe. van Jaarsveld and, J. van by: Moreover, intensive fun­ damental research on silicates has been carried out for many years because silicates are, due to their enormous variability, ideally suited for the study of general chemical and crystallographic principles.

Several excellent books on mineralogy and cement, ceramics, glass, etc. /books books Thomas Telford Publishing /ccfdc Cement Combinations for Durable Concrete Cement Combinations for Durable Concrete Proceedings of the International Conference held at the University of Dundee, Scotland, UK on 5–7 July Ravindra K.

DhirDirector1, Thomas A. HarrisonBRMCA Technical Director2, and Moray D. This book examines water-soluble high-modulus silicate systems’ properties and production techniques, how these systems transform from lower to higher oligomers as well as formation of silica.

Sodium silicate is the most important of the soluble silicates. This material is often called “water glass” and is ordinarily supplied as a colorless, viscous water solution displaying little tack. Positive pressure must be used to hold the substrates together. A Short History of the Manufacture of Soluble Silicates in the United States JOHN H.

WILLS Chapter 1, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): June 1,   Purchase Silicates - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Advancing the Art of Silicate Chemistry™ PQ produced the first soluble silicates for commercial applications in Over the years, PQ earned its reputation as the driving force in silicate.

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Soluble Silicates in Industry by Vail, James G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Soluble Silicates in Industry by Vail James G - AbeBooks Passion for books. NASIL ® / METASILICATE Soluble silicates.

The soluble silicates in their different forms: amorphous glass, granular solids or liquid solutions, represent one of the most commonly used chemical products. Its industrial boom started in the 19th century, when ground-breaking applications in detergents, adhesives and refractory paints were developed.

Sodium Silicates Sodium silicate is the generic name for a series of compounds derived from soluble sodium silicate glass-es. They are water solutions of sodium oxide (Na 2O) and silicon dioxide (SiO 2) combined in various ratios. Varying the proportions of SiO 2 File Size: KB.

Silicates Convertible to Crystalline Forms of (Н)ж Precipitation of Insoluble Silicates Soluble Silicate Glasses Peroxy Silicates References Polymerization of Silica General Theory of Polymerization Overall Effect of pH.

Structural Chemistry of Silicates Thomas Lunkenbein Silicate Chemistry •How are silicate structures connected and constructed? •What is the influence of the Si/O-ratio on the silicate structure •How do kind, number and size of counterions influence the structure. Short outline.THE USE OF SOLUBLE SILICATES IN HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURE A sporadic but continuing interest in Hawaii in use of silicates for reducing phosphorus fixation and improving poor plant growth in leached infertile soils led in the late 's to significant yield responses by sudangrass to sodium silicate in pot and field by: Sodium silicate is a generic name for chemical compounds with the formula Na 2xSi yO 2y+x or x y, such as sodium metasilicate Na 2SiO 3, sodium orthosilicate Na 4SiO 4, and sodium pyrosilicate Na 6Si 2O 7.

The anions are often polymeric. These compounds are generally colorless transparent solids or white powders, and soluble in water in various amounts. Sodium silicate is also the technical and .