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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.
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.
Other silanes have higher boiling points like SiCl4 has boiling point of 57.6 ◦ C making it possible for distillation.
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.
The key is in the intermediate compounds, the silanes that hold the plastic to the glass.
(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.)