Noun(1) a salt or ester derived from silicic acid
(1) The weathering of calcium silicate rocks over millions of years converted the insoluble calcium silicate into soluble calcium salts, which were carried to the oceans.(2) Montmorillonite is a swelling clay formed from the degradation of silicates such as feldspars, volcanic minerals, chlorite and illite, and is commonly found in alkaline soils today.(3) Instead, silica is found in polymerized combinations with metals as silicates embedded in geologic rock formations, such as quartz.(4) Certain salts, such as the dichromates, borates, and silicates , act as inhibitors to the aqueous corrosion of zinc.(5) With the exception of quartz and the feldspars, few common rock-forming silicates are available in fine, collectible specimens on a regular basis.(6) The most significant user is the glass industry, which uses sodium carbonate to decompose silicates for glass making.(7) Soil typically includes an organic plant layer, topsoil and layers of minerals, silicates , clay and parent materials.(8) Those plants obtain various minerals and silicates from earth in their bodies during growth process.(9) By sharing two oxygen atoms, silicates can form either cyclic or chain structures.(10) Silicon is the second most abundant element in the Earth's crust, since most common rocks have crystalline frameworks made from silicon and oxygen: they are silicates .
(1) calcium silicate :: ケイ酸カルシウム
1. silicate ::
Different Formssilicate, silicates
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