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Silicon-based Monomers

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Designer Molecules
Polyglycidyl ether cyclosiloxane monomer. Exhibits low viscosity, low color, low chloride content and good thermal stability. It is multifunctional, UV curable, non-yellowing and has a low epoxy... view more
Dynasylan® SILBOND® 40 by Evonik is an ethyl polysilicate liquid with low viscosity. It is a concentrated form of available silica. It is a partially hydrolyzed mixture of monomers, dimers, trimers... view more
Dynasylan® SILBOND® 40-HF by Evonik is ethyl polysilicate. It is a concentrated form of available silica with a flash point above 100°F (38°C), classifying it as a combustible liquid. It is a... view more
Dynasylan® SILBOND® 50 by Evonik is ethyl polysilicate. It is one of the most concentrated forms of available silica. It is a partially hydrolyzed mixture of monomers, dimers, trimers, and higher... view more
Dynasylan® SILBOND® EG by Evonik is tetraethyl orthosilicate. It has 99.8% of the active content and contains low water content. It is an excellent source of high purity silica. It gets hydrolyzed... view more
Gelest
Poly (dimethylsiloxane), hydride terminated. It undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Poly (dimethylsiloxane), hydride terminated. It undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Poly (dimethylsiloxane), hydride terminated. It undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Hydride terminated polydimethylsiloxane. It undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated polydimethylsiloxanes... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Poly (dimethylsiloxane), hydride terminated. This polymer undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Hydride terminated polydimethylsiloxane. This polymer undergoes three main classes of reactivity: hydrosilylation, dehydrogenative coupling and hydride transfer. The silanol terminated... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Vinyl terminated polydimethylsiloxane. This polymer is employed in addition cure (platinum cure) which provides an extremely flexible basis for formulating silicone elastomers. The... view more
Applications
  • Buildings & constructions>Pipes, wires & cables
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Vinyl terminated polydimethylsiloxane. This polymer is employed in addition cure (platinum cure) which provides an extremely flexible basis for formulating silicone elastomers. The... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
  • Buildings & constructions>Pipes, wires & cables
Vinyl terminated polydimethylsiloxane. This polymer is employed in addition cure (platinum cure) which provides an extremely flexible basis for formulating silicone elastomers. The... view more
Applications
  • Buildings & constructions>Pipes, wires & cables
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
Gelest
Vinyl terminated polydimethylsiloxane. This polymer is employed in addition cure (platinum cure) which provides an extremely flexible basis for formulating silicone elastomers. The... view more
Applications
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Poting & Encapsulating
  • Buildings & constructions>Pipes, wires & cables
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