silica gel

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silica gel

silica gel

silica gel

silica gel

silica gel

silica gel

silica gel

Interactions of three soil bacteria species with phyllosilicate surfaces in hybrid silica gels

Separation Behavior of Various Organic Compounds on Branched-Polyfluoroalkylsilane Coated SilicaGel Columns

Study of the Racemization Observed in the Amide Bond Forming Reaction on Silica Gel

Another Use of Silica Gel and Aqueous Eluent for HPLC Analysis of Clozapine and Desmethylclozapine

Characterization and performance of novel modified silica gel/molecular sieve composite

Insecticidal Efficacy of Silica Gel With Juniperus oxycedrus ssp. oxycedrus (Pinales: Cupressaceae) Essential Oil Against Sitophilus oryzae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and Tribolium confusum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)

New Silica Gel-Based Monolithic Column for Nano-Liquid Chromatography, used in the HILIC Mode

Computational Chemical Analysis of the Retention of Acidic Drugs on a Pentyl-Bonded Silica Gel in Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography

High Performance Liquid Chromatography on Calixarene-Bonded Silica Gels. III. Separations of cis/trans Isomers of Proline-Containing Peptides

High Performance Liquid Chromatography on Calixarene-Bonded Silica Gels. II. Separations of Regio-and Stereoisomers on p-tert-Butylcalix[n]arene Phases

Separation Mechanisms of Co(III) Complexes with EDTA-Type Ligands during Salting-Out TLC on Impregnated and Non-Impregnated Silica Gel

Extraction Chromatographic Method of Preconcentration, Estimation and Concomitant Separation of Vanadium (IV) with Silica Gel-Versatic 10 Composite


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A rigid gel made by coagulating a sol of sodium silicate and heating to drive off water. It is used as a support for catalysts and also as a drying agent because it readily absorbs moisture from the air. The gel itself is colourless but, when used in desiccators, etc., a blue cobalt salt is added. As moisture is taken up, the salt turns pink, indicating that the gel needs to be regenerated (by heating).

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