silicon dioxide

(redirected from Silica glass)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for silicon dioxide

References in periodicals archive ?
Market for Glass Tubes in the Country in Question Overall market Market by product type Unworked glass tubes Glass tubes of fused quartz and other fused silica Glass tubes of low expansion glass Other glass tubes Forecasts and Future Outlook Overall market Market by product type Macroeconomic Indicators Population GDP Inflation Unemployment Related Market Studies about Glass Tubes Sources Market Definition
Previous attempts to manufacture silica glass using sol-gel routes failed because the silica glass produced was subject to breakage.
Unlike silica glass, which traditionally is used in optical fibers, zinc selenide is a compound semiconductor.
To check whether radiation can indeed trigger the nucleation of the B phase within the A phase of superfluid helium-3, the Stanford group used a specially designed, long, thin, silica glass tube with microscopically smooth surfaces.
Increased reliability and uptime - AllWave FLEX ZWP fiber's pure, inclusion free synthetic silica glass can improve service reliability and identify dangerous bends during normal field testing.
From optical fibres, hair-like strands of silica glass that transmit vast amounts of data around the world as fleeting pulses of light, to lasers built in to our CD and DVD players, much of the developed world's technological infrastructure is already structured on physicists' ability to play with light.
Sharov describe experiments showing that a lens assembled from 721 bent fibers of lead-oxide silica glass, each threaded by more than 1,000 narrow, parallel channels having inner diameters only 6 micrometers wide, can focus neutrons to a spot slightly smaller than 1 millimeter in diameter.
Saint-Gobain, Silica Glass, Taishan Fiberglass, Inc.
Moreover, even at its highest, the temperature of the furnace itself remained well below the melting point of silica glass.
Develops UV Pearls(TM), the world's first nano-encapsulated sunscreenThis product utilizes the company's unique nano-engineering technology that allows a range of active ingredients to be encapsulated in highly transparent silica glass matrices or nanospheres.
Pyrophyte Silica96 another new product developed by the company for the aerospace industry is a material made of a rare high grade pure silica glass fiber, and able to withstand temperatures up to 1725 degrees C (3137 degrees F) making the structures flame proof.
Of particular interest is controlling sidewall quality for shallow optical waveguides in silicon nitride and also etching 40 m deep trenches into fused silica glass.
The researchers performed their experiments on porous silica glass filled so that water takes up different fractions of the space available.
Compact silica glass slides, in contrast, allow researchers access to only one side of a membrane.
The bottle is a refined silica glass, with triple black velvet-matte ceramique spray, and the cologne itself is a formidable scent, with crisp overtones of sandalwood, pine, vetiver, and a clean base of dry, rich mahogany.