from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name proposed for the compound SiH3.OH, as the analogue of methyl alcohol (CH3.OH).
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Among other difficulties was the shortage of hydrogen tubes, plants, and the silicol for making gas.
At the outbreak of war, with the exception of a silicol plant at
When the new stations were being equipped, small portable silicol plants were supplied capable of a small output of hydrogen.