metasilicate


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metasilicate

(ˌmɛtəˈsɪlɪˌkeɪt)
n
(Chemistry) a salt or mineral containing the anion SiO32-
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3], and metasilicate traces for diatom species at 26[degrees]C-28[degrees]C, salinity of 34, constant aeration, and natural light; in the subsequent experiments, the algae were cultivated under controlled conditions using 50-L carboys, with f/2 medium), at 20[degrees]C, with permanent fluorescent light (3,500-5,000 1x) and constant aeration.
Before shrimp storage, all tanks were fertilized with urea, phosphoric acid, and sodium metasilicate to obtain a concentration of 2.
1 to 5 parts per hundred parts resin (phr) of one or more wax and from 75 phr to 200 phr of one or more extenders wherein the one or more extenders is selected from the group consisting of barium sulfate, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, crystalline silica (quartz), calcium metasilicate, soda lime glass spheres, magnesium silicate, nepheline syenite, muscovite mica, diatomaceous earth, kaolin clay and calcium carbonate.
Literature survey reveals that no work has so far been reported on the synthesis and characterization of these crystals in sodium metasilicate gel at room temperature.
is intended to reduce these emissions through the use of calcium metasilicate that can either be naturally mined or synthesized by solid-state reaction at lower temperatures than traditional methods.
Jesionowski and Krysztafkiewicz (4) suggested a novel process for treatment of nanosilica with methacrylic silane in the course of its formation during precipitation from sodium metasilicate solution using acidic conditions in glycerin.
Pakistani student Adnan Bukhari, who studying drought stress physiology at the USDA-ARS North Central Soil Conservation Research laboratory in Morris for the last six months, is looking at the effects of sodium metasilicate as an additive to mitigate drought stress in wheat, he said.
According to the Janitorial Products Pollution Prevention Project, most traditional floor strippers and finishes contain potentially harmful ingredients such as butoxyethanol, which can damage blood and kidneys; monoethanolamine, which is harmful to skin and eyes; sodium hydroxide or sodium metasilicate, which can cause blindness; and zinc and other metals, which can be harmful to aquatic life.
Compounds with metasilicate (T2) and ZnO (T8) exhibit normal cure times.
2003b) showed that increasing doses of metasilicate resulted in an increased productivity of irrigated rice.
Effect of ammonium salts on dispersive and adsorptive parameters of silicas precipitated from sodium metasilicate solution // Colloid.