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Orthosilicate

zir·con (zûr k n ). n. A brown to colorless mineral, ZrSiO4, which is heated, cut, and polished to form a brilliant blue-white gem.

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Comparative Crystal Chemistry of Orthosilicate Minerals
TETRAETHYL ORTHOSILICATE -TEOS
Material Safety Data Sheet. TETRAETHYL ORTHOSILICATE -TEOS. Product code: FCH00.
Tetraethyl orthosilicate
A single dose of undiluted hydrolysed ethyl silicate (syn: tetraethyl orthosilicate, hydrolysed) (2000 mg/kg body weight) given to.
Orthosilicates: Olivines
Orthosilicates: Olivines. Mineralogy Stage II. University of Bristol.
PHASE RELATIONS IN THE SYSTEM CALCIUM ORTHOSILICATE
sium sulphate, occur in calcium orthosilicate containing small amounts of various addi- tions.

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Twilite blood sampler takes a flexible approach
But current blood samplers tend to be large and inconvenient to use, and their LYSO (cerium-doped lutetium yttrium orthosilicate) scintillation crystals are susceptible to electromagnetic interference.

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Tetraethyl orthosilicate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tetraethyl orthosilicate is the chemical compound with the formula Si(OC2H5)4.
Tetramethyl orthosilicate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
orthosilicate - Wiktionary
orthosilicate (plural orthosilicates). Wikipedia has an article on: share oxygen atoms with each other. Retrieved from "http://en.
Orthosilicate -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Chemistry
A class of silicate minerals in which SiO4 tetrahedra do not share oxygen atoms with each other. Orthosilicate include garnets and olivine. © 1996-2007 Eric W.
Comparative Crystal Chemistry of Orthosilicate Minerals

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