silicic acid

  1. a jellylike substance (hydrated silica)
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  • Following warming of the crucible in a water bath for about 10 minutes, silicon flouride escapes which hydrolytically dissociates during deposition of white silicic acid when it comes in contact with the moisture of the black filter paper. 1.1 Blow pipe assaying
  • Silicon is present in beer in the soluble form of orthosilicic acid (OSA), up to half of which can be absorbed by the body making beer a major contributor to silicon intake in the Western diet.
  • It also was observed that the more manganese the iron contains the less readily the percentage of silicium is diminished; and since manganese is more subject to oxidation than silicium, it is capable to reduce silicic acid of the slag or lining to metal, and thus to augment the amount of silicium in cast iron. Scientific American Supplement, No. 483, April 4, 1885
  • This concept does not entail the simultaneous existence of a silica gel and a sol, but rather a coexistence of short-chain silica polymers and monosilicic acid that condense to form quartz fibers.
  • The supply of iron, relative to that of the macronutrients nitrate, phosphate, and silicic acid, plays a critical role in allowing extensive diatom blooms to develop in coastal upwelling regimes.
  • Much of North America's water is fluoridated, meaning that water utilities add hexafluorosilicic acid, sodium silicofluoride or sodium fluoride to local water supplies. UK Against Fluoridation
  • Blue coloration: silicic acid and silicates: light blue. alumina: dark blue 1.1 Blow pipe assaying
  • Thus, the surface to volume ratio should be related to silicic acid flows in size-based biogeochemical models of planktonic ecosystems.
  • The novel - flocculant poly - nucleate aluminum hydroxy silicate - sulphate ( PASS ) was prepared and polysilicic acid under non - high shear condition.
  • Nutrient concentrations (nitrates, phosphates, and silicic acid) are significantly lower than in other polar areas (see Sakshaug and Holm-Hansen, 1984). Barents Sea large marine ecosystem
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