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Any salt of silica or of one of the silicic acids; any mineral composed of silicates
A lightweight mineral composed of silicon and oxygen Most of the Earth and Moon are made of silicates For more details, see The Mineral Gallery
Minerals whose composition include silicon and oxygen in various ratios Carbon forms the greatest number of different molecules with other elements and forms the basis of all living matter Silica has many properties in common with carbon in terms of combining with other elements, and in combining with oxygen and other elements forms the second most numerous group of molecules Silicon is to the inorganic (mineral) world, much as carbon is to the organic world The vast majority of all minerals in terms of numbers and types are silicates
a salt or ester derived from silicic acid
A compound containing silicon, oxygen, and one or more metals such as sodium or potassium with or without hydrogen Commonly powders or liquids obtained from water soluble glass (PQ PRODUCT LINE)
A common name for compounds that are composed of atoms of slicon, oxygen, one or more metals and possibly hydrogen Many natural minerals are silicates
A rock or mineral whose structure is dominated by bonds of silicon and oxygen atoms (ie olivine)
A salt of silicic acid
SiO4 (Silicon and Oxygen) in the shape of a tetrahedron is the heart of this most important of the rock-forming minerals It has been estimated that up 95 percent of the Earth's crust is made up of silicate minerals
A rock or mineral whose structure is dominated by bonds of silicon and oxygen atoms (i e , olivine)
A silicate is a compound of silica which does not dissolve. There are many different kinds of silicate. large amounts of aluminum silicate. one of a group of common solid mineral substances that exist naturally in the Earth
1 A negatively charged ion containing silicon and oxygen, usually SiO3-2, Si2O7-6, and Si3O7-2 2 A compound containing positively charged metal ions combined with negatively charged ions made of silicon and oxygen
any chemical compound composed of the two elements, silicon and oxygen, which are thee most abundant elements on the earth's surface The most common minerals are silicates or aluminosilicates
Glassy or stony component made up primarily of the element silicon
A group of minerals in which the crystal lattice contains SiO4 (silicon-oxygen) tetrahedra either isolated or joined by one or more of the oxygen atoms to form groups, chains, sheets, or 3-D structures
a compound containing silicon, oxygen, and one or more metals
One of several rock-forming minerals that contain silicon, oxygen, and usually one or more other common elements
{i} any of a large number of mineral compounds which form over 90 percent of the rock-forming minerals of the earth's crust (Mineralogy); salt of silicic acid (Chemistry)
Any one of a large family of substances chiefly used with titanium dioxide, the primary pigment, as an extender pigment When used in moderation, these silicates (magnesium silicate, aluminum silicate, etc ) are valuable in helping control gloss, aid brushability, and increase hold-out properties and overall exterior durability
An ion that causes haze
Group of minerals that have crystal structures based on a silica tetrahedron (SiO4)
a mineral or rock with a predominant composition that includes silicon and oxygen
silicate planet
a terrestrial planet composed mostly of silicate minerals
silicate mineral
Any of a large group of silicon-oxygen compounds that are widely distributed throughout much of the solar system. The silicates make up about 95% of the Earth's crust and upper mantle, occurring as the major constituents of most igneous rocks and in appreciable quantities in sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. They also are important constituents of lunar samples, meteorites, and most asteroids. In addition, planetary probes have detected them on the surfaces of Mercury, Venus, and Mars. Of the approximately 600 known silicate minerals, only the feldspars, amphiboles, pyroxenes, micas, olivines, feldspathoids, and zeolites are significant in rock formation
aluminium silicate
A chemical compound composed of aluminium, silicon and oxygen, chemical formula Al2SiO5, found in minerals and clays in several forms and used commercially as food additive E559 as an anti-caking agent
aluminum silicate
Alternative spelling of aluminium silicate
magnesium silicate
The salt MgSiO3 that occurs naturally as talc, asbestine, gymnite, meerschaum and, combined with other salts, as many other minerals
phyllo-silicate
(Kimya) Any of the group of silicates characterized by SiO4 tetrahedra linked in sheets of indefinite extent in which the ratio of silicon and aluminium to oxygen is 2: 5
silicates
salts that contain metal cations and polyatomic siticon-oxygen anions that are usually polymeric
silicates
plural of silicate
silicates
A group of minerals constituting about 95% of the Earth's crust, and containing silicon and oxygen combined with one or more other elements
silicates
mineral compositions largely containing silicon and oxygen
silicates
compounds containign silicon, oxygen, and one or more metals; any of a large group of minerals, forming over 90% of the earth's crust - BACK>>
sodium silicate
{i} clear white compound of silicate glass (used as preservatives, in cement and in processing textiles), soluble glass
sodium silicate
Any of various water-soluble silicate glass compounds used as a preservative for eggs, in plaster and cement, and in various purification and refining processes. Also called soluble glass, water glass
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    [ 'si-l&-"kAt, -k&t ] (noun.) 1811. *silic(on) + -ate

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