Silicatization


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Sil`i`ca`ti`za´tion


n.1.Silicification.
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In 1932, in the Soviet Union, engineer Boris Rzhanicyn, collaborating with a well-known Soviet scientists of chemistry of the time, created a soil silicatization by two solutions method, very similar to the one proposed by Joosten.
In 1939, young Russian scientist Vladimir Sokolovich proposed silicatization by one solution method for fine sands with filtration rate lower than 2 m/day, in which case silicatization by two solutions cannot be used.