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carbon , hydrogen , oxygen , and sometimes other chemical elements . Some common forms include silicone oil , silicone grease , silicone rubber , and silicone resin . Contents 1 Properties 2 History 3 Chemistry 3.1 Terminology 3.2 Synthesis 3.3 Combustion 4 Uses

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During manufacture heat may be required to vulcanize (set or cure) the silicone into its rubber-like form. This is normally carried out in a two stage process at the point of manufacture into the desired shape, and then in a prolonged post-cure process. It can also be injection molded .

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Silicone grease is commonly used for lubricating and preserving rubber parts, such as O-rings . Additionally, silicone grease does not swell or soften the rubber, which can be a problem with hydrocarbon based greases. It functions well as a corrosion-inhibitor and lubricant for purposes that

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Silicone granuloma From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Silicone granulomas are a skin condition that occur as a reaction to liquid silicones , and are characterized by the formation of nodules. [ 1 ] :46 [ edit ] See also Granuloma Skin lesion

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Note that a network of only Q groups becomes fused quartz . The most abundant silicone resins are built of D and T units (DT resins) or from M and Q units (MQ resins), however many other combinations (MDT, MTQ, QDT) are also used in industry. Silicone resins represent a broad range of products

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oil baths") placed on top of hotplate stirrers , as well as in freeze-dryers as refrigerants . Silicone oil is also commonly used as the working fluid in diffusion pumps . Some silicone oils, such as simethicone , are potent anti-foaming agents due to their low surface tension . They are

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Chemically, silicone rubber is a family of thermoset elastomers that have a backbone of alternating silicone and oxygen atoms and methyl or vinyl side groups. Silicone rubbers constitute about 30% of the silicone family, making them the largest group of that family. Silicone rubbers

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Silicone Soul From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Silicone Soul Also known as Astrocats Origin Glasgow , Scotland Genres House music Years active 1998-present Labels Soma Quality Recordings Darkroom Dubs Members Craig

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incomplete firestop , between concrete floor and precast concrete facade. HOW Joint with uneven silicone caulking thickness, smeared into place by untrained staff. Status: inoperable. Combustible Polystyrene insulation in point contact with sheet metal curtain wall backban

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The technology uses the compression molding properties of silicone rubber to create angled webbing around a switch center. On depression of the switch the webbing uniformly deforms to produce a tactile response. When pressure is removed from the switch the webbing returns to its neutral