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Synonyms for silicone

any of a large class of siloxanes that are unusually stable over a wide range of temperatures

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One class of "polysiloxane hybrid" coatings combine epoxy and silicone resins, along with an organofunctional alkoxy silane to "bridge" the two polymer systems.
Also on display was the silicone resin emulsion Silres WH.
The market for silicone resins has so far been accounting for a much smaller market share in all regions, but is likely to develop at sound growth rates.
Silicone resins accounted for 11 percent of aggregate demand in 2011.
Addition curable silicone resins are known to be cross-linked semi-inorganic polymers with the Si-O-Si chains as backbones and some organic groups as side chains, which possess combined properties of both organic and inorganic materials, such as low dielectric constant and loss, good resistance to heat, solvents, weathering, and radiation (1-3).
The facility will serve as a regional Center of Excellence for construction polymers, silicone emulsions, silicone resins and antifoam agents, the main focus being on the development of applications in the construction, textiles and pulp and paper-processing sectors, and in the process industry.
The silicone resins originate from a blend of mono-, di- and Afunctional monomers in most case from methyl- and phenylchlorsilanes.
Rigid silicone resins, which consist of branched polymers, are produced by the hydrolysis of trichloro-silanes.
Other Momentive Performance Materials products distributed by ChemPoint include organofunctional silanes, urethane additives, and silicone resins.
Our diverse product portfolio includes additives, co-binders, matting agents, rheology-control additives, silicone resins, and nanoresins.
BELSIL[R] Products for Personal Care: Silicone resins, silicone elastomer gels, phenyl-modified silicones, silicone hybrid, silicone waxes, amodimethicones, PEG-modified silicones, silicone polyglucoside, silicone gum blends and volatile silicones
Silicone resins can also be used as 100% silicone (binder) coatings.
The facility will serve as a regional competence center for developments and applications in the construction, coatings, plastics and textile coatings industry, the main focus being on construction polymers, silicone emulsions, sealants, silanes and silicone resins.
Figure 3 compares the shear stress of the as-prepared silicone resins for increasing shear rate on a double logarithmic scale.
Silicone resins will also offer above-average gains through 2006 based on rising use in paints, coatings, adhesives, sealants and caulks.