Silicon dioxide

Name: Graphite

Synonyms: Silicon telenek (IV), silica

Chemical formula: SiO2


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The following are made of pure silica:

quartz glass - completely amorphous fused silica of high purity; it is characterized by a very low coefficient of thermal expansion, unlike other glasses it does not absorb UV radiation. Used for the production of laboratory glassware and optical elements

silicagel - xerogel of hydrated silica; used as a drying agent and solid phase in chromatography

silica aerogel

Silicon dioxide in the form of sand (quartz sand) is used for the production of glass, water glass, mortar, cement, ceramic products, enamel, foundry molds and others. It is also a raw material for obtaining silicon and its alloys. Silicagel is used as a drying agent, catalyst, catalyst support. Silicon dioxide varieties are used for jewelery as well as for the creation of decorative objects, e.g. cups.

Quartz and quartz glass are important materials used in optics, spectroscopy and electronics.

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Silicon dioxide Name: Graphite Synonyms: Silicon telenek (IV), silica Chemical formula: SiO2 The following are made of pure silica: - quartz glass - completely amorphous fused silica of high purity; it has a very low coefficient of thermal expansion and, unlike other glasses, does not absorb UV radiation. It is used for laboratory production and optical elements, - silicagel - xerogel of hydrated silica. It is used in the form of a drying agent and a solid phase in chromatography, - silica airgel. Silicon dioxide in the form of sand (quartz sand) is used in the production of glass, water glass, mortar, ceramic products, enamel, cement, foundry molds and others. It is also a raw material for obtaining silicon and its alloys. Silicagel is used as a catalyst and catalyst support. The varieties of silicon dioxide are used for jewelery, as well as in the production of decorative items, such as cups. Quartz and quartz glass are important materials used in optics, spectroscopy and electronics.

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