Silane

Silicane Silicon hydride Silane may also refer to many compounds containing silicon, such as trichlorosilane (SiHCl3) and tetramethylsilane (Si(CH3)4). ==Production== ===Commercial-scale routes=== Industrially, silane is produced from metallurgical grade silicon in a two-step process. In the first step, powdered silicon is reacted with hydrogen ch...
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silane

(SiH4) A colorless gas, insoluble in water, which is stable in the absence of air but spontaneously flammable even at low temperatures. Silane itself is the simplest member of the silane family, a series of silicon hydrides, analogous to the alkanes. ...
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silane

any of a series of covalently bonded compounds containing only the elements silicon and hydrogen, having the general formula SinH2n + 2, in which n ... [1 related articles]
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Silane

Generally refers to alkyltrialkoxysilanes. A monomeric organosilicon compound with one unhydrolyzable bond, which forms a chemical bond with siliceous minerals providing water repellent protection to masonry substrates. Silicanes are usually dissolved in organic solvents, but some are dispersed in water. They are properly classified as penetrates.
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Silane

SiH4 Molar mass: 32.11726
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