What is Sodium Silica used in
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What is Sodium silicate?
Sodium silicate, often referred to as paohua-alkali, an inorganic chemical and its aqueous solution, commonly known as sodium silicate and is a form of mineral adhesive. Their chemical formula is: Na2O*nSiO2, it is a soluble , inorganic silicate is a versatile silicate with a multitude of applications. The sodium silicate is water-soluble, is colorless, slightly transparent or translucent glass body, commonly used as filler, fabric fire retardant and adhesive.
What are the applications that Sodium Silicate is used in?
Soaps and detergents
The silicate of sodium is able to improve surface effects, such as the wetting effect caused by organic surfactants (reducing tension on the surface) which helps keep small dirt or oil particles from being absorbed by the detergent or even enhancing the power to remove dirt from the surface.
The alkalinity of sodium silicate allows the neutralization of acidic soils as well as facilitate the emulsification and dispersal of protein.
The use of sodium silicate in a cardboard coating can improve the toughness of the cardboard , and also increase durability to moist fire and pests. Silicate can also be used to repel oil all by itself.
Sodium silicate is a good choice as a catalyst for application of auxiliary materials like paraffins, naphthalene chloride, wax, gum, nitrocellulose, varnish , and other cardboard coatings. It fills the pores of the cardboard and minimizes the water absorption by the paper consequently reducing the amount coating required for topcoat.
Soluble silicate is a good choice as cement binder. When Portland is combined with cement components, they will undergo chemical reactions that create substances with strong bonding properties. It is also used to improve the strength of concrete.
Soluble silicate can be found in many mineral enrichment processes. The principal function of sodium silicate in ore flotation is as an antiflocculant that helps eliminate unwanted siliceous compounds. The only requirement is a small amount silicate having a density similar to the one used in cleaning processes is needed. The capacity of silicate to create a sodium-ion layer on the particle's surface can be crucial to prepare the surface for the specific separation. Silicate helps in the prevention of corrosion, thus reducing ball wear in the mill.
Dilute anionic Silica aqueous solutions provided by soluble silicate can help to prevent corrosion of metal surface.
As an additive in water, dissolved SiO2 helps prevent the corrosion of metal storage tanks as well as distribution lines. It can reduce the corrosion of pipes and pumps from acidic water (for instance, water from mine drainage) Also, it reduces the possibility of corrosion grinding ball rods in the mill; and lessens the chance of corrosion to processes equipment as an ingredient in agglomeration, spray drying or dry detergent formulations and also metal parts used in laundry and dishwashing equipment. It is also a component in the fluid in the 'permanent' vehicle cooling system. In addition to water treatment chemicals in cooling towers and boilers.
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