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306363

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Silicic acid

powder, −80 mesh

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form

powder

Quality Level

loss

<16% loss on ignition

particle size

−80 mesh

SMILES string

O[Si](O)=O

InChI

1S/H2O3Si/c1-4(2)3/h1-2H

InChI key

IJKVHSBPTUYDLN-UHFFFAOYSA-N

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400920SX0143USX0143J
Silicic acid powder, &#8722;80&#160;mesh

Sigma-Aldrich

306363

Silicic acid

Lithium zirconate &#8722;80&#160;mesh

Sigma-Aldrich

400920

Lithium zirconate

Silica Gel Grade 62 60-200 Mesh

Supelco

SX0143U

Silica Gel Grade 62

Silica Gel Grade 12 28-200 Mesh, Meets ACS Specifications GR ACS

Supelco

SX0143J

Silica Gel Grade 12

loss

<16% loss on ignition

loss

-

loss

-

loss

-

particle size

−80 mesh

particle size

−80 mesh

particle size

<2 mm, 60-200 mesh (>=80%)

particle size

<2 mm, 28-200 mesh (>=80%)

Quality Level

100

Quality Level

-

Quality Level

-

Quality Level

-

Application

Silicic acid is a hydrophilic inorganic material that can be used as a zirconium phosphate additive to enhance proton conductivity in the inorganic-organic composite membranes. It can also be used as a binder for the electrodes of thermal batteries.

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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