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  • n. Plural form of silane.


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  • Higher silanes + H2O2 are expected to be a dense, space storable and hypergolic propellant combination with better Isp and lower toxicity than MMH/NTO.

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  • As part of a highly interdependent and collaborative "fence-line" relationship, Dow Corning provides Cabot with silanes, which are converted to fumed silica for Dow Corning's compounded silicones applications.

  • Introduced in 2002, the business offers more than 2,100 products including silicone fluids, sealants, silanes, emulsions and rubber.

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  • Other silanes have higher boiling points like SiCl4 has boiling point of 57.6 ◦ C making it possible for distillation.

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  • Launched in March, 2002, the Midland, Michigan-based Xiameter bills itself as a no-frills, "lowest base price" supplier of silicon-based materials such as fluids, resins, silanes and sealants.

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  • The key is in the intermediate compounds, the silanes that hold the plastic to the glass.

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  • (You definitely don't want silane solution meant for building surfaces on your skin before the curing is complete, as organo-silanes can be quite irritating.)



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