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Definition of the noun Aerosil

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noun

  1. A very fine, pyrogenic form of silica

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Google previewRapid Prototyping (2013)

Laser-based and Other Technologies by Patri K. Venuvinod, Weiyin Ma

Aerosil is a commercially available, highly dispersed, pyrogenic, amorphous silica powder with primary particles of spherical shape with average diameter from 7 to 40mm. The actual properties are, however, determined by the agglomerates ...

Google previewInorganic Membranes: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (2008)

by Reyes Mallada, Miguel Menéndez

While aerosil is a spherical filler, geometry laponite can is vary a layered from silicate. spherical R-SiO irregular 3/2 is particles generated to inside a dispersed the membrane network. and The its effective dispersion of layered fillers requires ...

Google previewStandardization in Measurement (2015)

Philosophical, Historical and Sociological Issues by Oliver Schlaudt, Lara Huber

AEROSIL is a trade name for fumed silica, which has been manufactured for sixty years and which is often cited as an example of a nanomaterial. Fumed silica, fumed titania and other fumed metal oxides are utilized in many fields for ...

Google previewKey Engineering Materials, Volume 1 (2014)

Current State-of-the-Art on Novel Materials by Devrim Balköse, Daniel Horak, Ladislav Šoltés

Aerosil is a flame-patterned silica oxide with an average particle size from 40 to 50 nm. Figure 1 shows the microscopic image of used filler. As we can see, the structure of the filler is spherical with ...

Google previewEnvironmental Chemistry (2005)

Green Chemistry and Pollutants in Ecosystems by Eric Lichtfouse

Aerosil is a synthetic amorphous flame silica material used for its high retention properties. Observing the behaviour of the herbicide kept in the dark, we note that it is characterised by a lasting reactivity (Figs. 46.2-46.5), since its extractability ...

Google previewKey Engineering Materials (2014)

Current State-of-the-Art on Novel Materials by Devrim Balköse, Daniel Horak, Ladislav Šoltés

Aerosil is a flame-patterned silica oxide with an average particle size from 40 to 50 nm. Figure 1 shows the microscopic image of used filler. As we can see, the structure of the filler is spherical with ...

Google previewFundamentals, Properties, and Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites (2016)

by Joseph Koo

AEROSIL is a sub-micrometer amorphous silica that has been used successfully for decades as a thickening agent and thixotropic in liquid system. It is also used to adjust the rheological properties of epoxy resins. It also serves as a ...

Google previewApplied Virology (2012)

by Gerard Meurant

Aerosil is a special form of high-molecular-weight silicic acid, produced by hydrolysis of silicon tetrafluoride at high temperature (Wagner and Briinner, 1960 ). Under appropriate conditions, Aerosil adsorbs fibrinogen without any adsorption of ...

Google previewPlastics Additives, Volume 1 (2013)

An Industry Guide by Ernest W. Flick

Aerosil is a very light, bluish-white powder which is built up of very finely divided primary particles.

Google previewPreparation of Catalysts II (1977)

Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts by G. Poncelet, P.A. Jacobs, B. Delmon, P. Grange

Aerosil is a loose packing of silica globules that has thus no fixed pore structure ( ref.

Google previewArchitectura civilis (2003)

oder Beschreibung und Vorreissung vieler vornehmer Dachwerck, als hoher Helmen, Kreutzdächer, Wiederkehrungen, ... by Jochen Winkler

l l l l Aerosil is a registered trade mark of Desjussa. Hanau. Final remarks.

Google previewChemical Tradename Dictionary (1997)

by Michael Ash, Irene Ash

Aerosil®. [Degussa; Degussa AG] Silica and fumed silica; amicaking and freeflow agent with high absorption capacity; reinforcer, thickener for silicone ...

Google previewHawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary (2016)

by Robert A. Lewis

See “Aerosil” [Evonik ]; “Cab-O-Sil” [Cabot]. silica, fused. (amorphous quartz). CAS: 60676-86-0. O2Si.

Google previewPolymer Technology Dictionary (2012)

by A. Whelan

aerosil A highly active white filler used to give tear and rupture resistance to vulcanizates.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society (2010)

by David H. Guston

Important trademarks held by the corporation include Aerosil, Agomet, Degalan, Deglas, Durferrit, Granuform, Luxalloy, Multivac, Paraglas, Prontex, Ultrasil, Wessalith. Evonik Degussa invests in researching, developing, and marketing new ...

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