Metal Casting at Home Part 11. Sodium Silicate & CO2 Core Making. Making sand cores for a greensand mould using Sodium Silicate and CO2 to harden the sand.
Brushing waste mold with water glass, sodium silicate Recorded on September 28, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
TF2 Spy Life - Magnesium Silicate This was just way too much fun to do. I give some credit to luck for pulling this off, but still.
Testing core sand Testing sand for a foundry core. This sand contains 5% sodium silicate by weight, a few second exposure to CO2 turns it rock hard
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Island Of Terror (1966) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Island of Terror Directed by Terence Fisher Produced by Tom Blakely Written by Edward Mann Al Ramsen Starring Edward Judd Peter Cushing Carole Gray Eddie Byrne Music by Malcolm Lockyer Editing by Thelma Connell Distributed by Planet Film Distributors Universal Studios (US) Release date(s) 1966 Running time 89 min. Country UK Language English Island of Terror is a 1966 British horror film released by Planet Film Productions. The film was released in the US by Universal Studios on a double bill with The Projected Man (1967). The idea for the film came when Richard Gordon read the screenplay The Night the Silicates Came from Gerry Fernback. He partnered with Tom Blakey of Planet Films to produce this movie. It was shot in rural England using naturalistic colors. This film is one of the last significant examples of a common 1950s plot style in which a horrific threat introduced by a scientist is resolved by others using "responsible" scientific measures. On the remote Petrie's Island, farmer Ian Bellows goes missing and his wife contacts the local constabulary. Constable John Harris goes looking for him and finds him dead in a cave without a single bone in his body. Horrified, Harris swiftly fetches the town physician Dr. Reginald Landers, but Dr. Landers is unable to determine what happened to the dead man's skeleton. Landers journeys to the mainland to seek the help of a noted pathologist, Dr. Brian Stanley in London. Like Landers ...
Lithium vs sodium silicate. concrete densifier hardener sealer Smaller molecules of Lithium make the reaction more even and consistent, creating a denser surface. On the other hand, Sodium and potassium densifiers react inconsistently and irregularly, leaving clusters of calcium hydroxide, reacted and un-reacted, spread throughout the concrete surface resulting in a weaker, irregular bond. This is the basis for a potential problem if moisture should penetrate into the concrete substrate, initiating an Alkali Silica Reaction (ASR). C² lithium hardeners react with calcium elements in concrete, building strong and very stable silicate structures, maximizing and extending lithium reactivity. C² lithium hardeners also react with calcium hydroxide covering the substrate, forming complex tri-calcium silicate compounds that keep moisture out. These compounds block the micro pores in concrete, practically eliminating moisture absorption into the concrete substrate. Although these reactions are common to most surface densifiers, C² lithium hardeners react more completely and evenly than sodium and potassium. C² lithium hardeners will not contribute to map cracking or crazing and will not form silica gel to seal the concrete surface like sodium and potassium hardeners. C² lithium hardeners will not absorb water like sodium or potassium and are less water-soluble. Thus the concrete is more water resistant.
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Gomati Engineers Calcium silicate slab cutting machine The machine facileates multi cuts of calcium silicate insulation slabs to get more and consistant productivity
Hermann Vaske's Ad for Hornbach Silicate Paint "Blixa Bargeld reads Hornbach" is an extraordinary yet relevant campaign for Hornbach superstore. In a series of 13 spots Bargeld, founder and singer of the cult band "Einstürzende Neubauten", reads the Hornbach catalogue, juxtaposing low art and high art in Ernst Jandl style. The winds of avant-garde blow through the Hornbach catalogue when Blixa Bargeld shouts "Bohrlochschwämme", and "Silikatfarbe" and "Quarzitpolygonalplatten". Blixa Bargeld, who is known for his collaboration with theatre legend Heiner Müller on "Hamletmaschine" as well as for his extraordinary stage acts with "Einstürzende Neubauten", delivers a breathtaking performance in his readings -- authentic, powerful, sensitive and ironic at the same time. "Blixa Bargeld turns the b*** of the small print into a piece of art", says Paul Arden from ASD Lionheart. The films were conceptualized by Heimat Berlin and directed by Hermann Vaske, who also produced the spots. They were shot on Super 8 on location in Cannes, including an old aviation control station, an old harbour mole, a former hotel and an underground car park. "Blixa Bargeld reads Hornbach" is the discovery of beauty in unexpected places. Everyday culture is celebrated and day-to-day art business ridiculed. "Sometimes you can only see the truth when you turn things upside down", says Blixa Bargeld. "To read the Hornbach catalogue wasn't my idea, but I liked the idea and that is why I did it. If I hadn't treated texts in this way this before, I ...
solar panel ,muffler puddy and sodium silicate and crystalline silica im going to try to use this product in creating a solar panel . lets all hope it works . i already have solar ,but just to see if it works. if it does i can use them to charge small batteries.
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Make Sodium Silicate We make sodium silicate from drain cleaner and those little gel beads you find packaged with electronic items for humidity control. The procedure is really simple, just make a solution of 10mL with 4-8grams of sodium hydroxide, use the full 8 grams if you want stoichiometric sodium silicate, and 4 grams if you want "liquid glass" solution for doing the chemical garden experiments. Heat the solution and add in 6 grams worth of crushed silica gel beads. The finer the better. if they aren't dissolving, you might need to add more water. Once it's dissolved, you'll have a concentrated solution of sodium silicate. For experiments using Sodium Silicate solution, check out these videos: For information on the chemistry, check out the web page at:
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Crystal battery cement battery its another crystal battery i have been working with some sodium silicate into the cement after it has dried with some very good result i let the cement absorb it and it seems to crystallize the cement. i tried to make the solid state battery but i could not get anywhere with that. the one made by marcus reid. Does anyone know what happened to his research and his notes all of the suddenthey just dissapeared off the internet at the same time in every location. strange huh conspiracy probally. now all that is left is forums where people with speculations that are far off using exotic substances no one can ever get there hands on. either those people are clueless idiots or disinformation agents, the pages i read about his work stated by himself stated that he only used copper aluminum and sodium meta-silicate melted down into an aluminum tube with a copper tube inside of that. i tried to dot hat after dehydrating the sodium silicate then i melted it into a aluminum tube. the way he described using a wood furnace i made and the copper tube inside. like he mentioned, but to no avail anyone else away what other process he may have used and not told anyone about. ive seen john hutchinson repeat his experiment but he does not share how. he can be a real butthead sometimes.
diopside CaMgSi2O6 (space group C2/c) Single-chain silicate. Main features are ++++++++ octahedral stacking and big M2 ion filling the full 8-fold coordinated M2 site (constrast with enstatite movie) M1 site yellow, M2 site blue, silicate tetrahedra dark blue, oxygen ions red Made with the CrystalMaker code
Sphene A new occurrence of Calcium Titanium Silicate (Sphene). Sphene is named from the greek word for wedge, because of its typical wedge shaped crystal habit. It is also alternatively called titanite for its titanium content. Spene can be cut as gems although it is considered a rarity on the gem market. It brings to the table a fire greater than diamond and unique color shades. However its softness limits its desirability as a gemstone. Twinning is common in sphene and forms a classic twin shape that is found mostly in Pakistan. The twin is shaped like a deflated, caved-in football, only with flatter surfaces. Spene can form nice crystals and can make a lovely addition to the collection of a collector who appreciates different crystal forms.
Unexploded Nanothermite Found In WTC Dust ****Chemical ***ysis of World Trade Center Fine Particulate Matter for Use in Toxicologic Assessment - June, 2003 About half of MSH is crystalline in nature, primarily plagioclase, a series of compounds beginning with sodium aluminum silicate. ehp03.niehs.nih.gov ****Pyrotechnic & Fireworks Chemicals: -Bentonite Clay (bentonite, sodium aluminum silicate) Very fine greenish, gray, or tan powder Used (dry) for plugs and nozzles in black powder rockets, fountains and other devices. -Clay (bentonite, sodium aluminum silicate) Very fine tan powder Used (usually dry) for plugs and nozzles in black powder rockets, fountains and other devices. ****Nanoparticles Generate Supersonic Shock Waves to Target Cancer January 16, 2008 By Lisa Zyga The team of researchers, a collaboration from the University of Missouri-Columbia (UMC) and the US Army, hope that this nano-sized "smart bomb" can target drug delivery to cancer cells, and leave healthy cells unharmed. Their study is published in a recent issue of Applied Physics Letters. "In conventional explosives, shock waves are generated during detonation," she says. "In nanothermites, fast propagating chemical reactions can create shock waves without detonation." Generating shock waves without detonation is the key to this technology, she says. ****"...Because of the fine dust created by the explosions that destroyed the towers,..." -CNN 12/20/01 ****BATTELLE common link: 1/26/10 ...
Making siliane from sodium silicate This experiment is dangers, please dont be a fool Firstly sodium silicate was dissolved into water and then acidified with conc hydrochloric acid. Mistake one, I did not fully dissolve the sodium silicate. Should have used a bit more water or heated the water. Less heist more Alpen. Na2SiO3 + 2HCl = H2SiO3 + 2NaCl Next this was heated to drive of the water. Also any excess acid will also be driven off. The powder left was a mix of silicon dioxide, sodium chloride and possibly a small amount of unreacted sodium silicate. H2SiO3 = SiO2 + H2O This powder must be completely dry and free from acid. This is because when the magnesium silicide is being made later on these impurities may cause the formation of siliane. Possibly blowing your test tube up. Next the crude dry mass of (among other things) silicon dioxide was mixed with equal parts by volume of magnesium powder. This was then placed into a dry test tube and coved with a small amout of just the sand made. this was to stop the magnesium from catching fire. The test tube was then heated on a high flame. SiO2 + 4Mg = Mg2Si + 2MgO The final product is a hard black mass which contains magnesium silicide. Other chemicals also present, left over from earlier reactions are sodium chloride, silicon dioxide, magnesium oxide ect. When the black solid is added to acid the unstable molecule siliane is produced. When this comes into contact with oxygen in the air it burst into flames. Mg2Si + 4H+ = 2Mg2+ + SiH4 SiH4 + 2O2 = SiO2 + H2O
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Ashford Formula vs. Lithium Silicate | Myth #1 Ashford Formula addresses concerns regarding Lithium Silicate's non-disposal claims, blooming and whiting issues, and not enough material to properly treat the concrete surface.
Dr. Thomas J. Pinnavaia on Nanoporous Silicates -WIN Seminar Series On May 6th 2010, Dr. Thomas J. Pinnavaia from the Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University, presented on "Synthesis and Materials Applications of Nanoporous Silicate" as a part of Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology's Seminar Series.
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Ashford Formula vs. Lithium Silicate | Myth #2 Ashford Formula discusses the myth that Lithium Silicate penetrates deeper than the Ashford Formula.
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NASA Silicate Crystal Formation in the Disk of an Erupting Star This artist's animation illustrates how silicate crystals like those found in comets can be created by an outburst from a growing star. It first shows a young sun-like star encircled by its planet-forming disk of gas and dust. The silicate that makes up most of the dust would have begun as non-crystallized, amorphous particles. Then, material from the disk spirals onto the star increasing its mass and causing the star to brighten and heat up dramatically. The outburst causes temperatures to rise in the star's surrounding disk. Next, the animation zooms into the disk to show close-ups of silicate particles. When the disk warms from the star's outburst, the amorphous particles of silicate melt. As they cool off, they transform into forsterite, a type of silicate crystal often found in comets in our solar system. In April 2008, NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope detected evidence of this process taking place on the disk of a young sun-like star called EX Lupi. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Silicate Showdown A sodium silicate pitted against Consolideck LS lithium silicate in a Silicate Showdown.
Silicate Salts, A Crystal Garden Using sodium silicate solution many different metal silicate shapes can be grown. Saturated sodium silicate solution is added to a beaker which has a transition metal salt in it. Interesting patterns grown out from the salt as metal silicates are formed.
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A chemical garden I followed Nurdrages instructions to make sodium silicate (roughly) and to my surprise, I did not fail; so I quickly got the camcorder out and filmed crystals growing. This explains the crap background, lack of video method, and general bad quality. To make the sodium silicate ('liquid glass'), please follow Nurdage's method in this video: You don't need to use the exact amounts of silicates or sodium hydroxide, all you are aiming to make is a fairly concentrated solution of sodium silicate. The way this experiment works is by (transition) metal silicates forming from the metal salts you place in the sodium silicate solution. The repeated bursting (due to osmotic pressure) and reformation of the metal silicates 'membranes' causes the crystals to grow, upwards due to the density of the sodium silicate solution. The salts I used were: copper sulphate, Iron sulphate, cobalt chloride I also put some cobalt ferro-cyanide which i decided to quickly make on the spot, this unfortunately failed and ended up as the mushroom/squid like thing you can see floating around at the end of the video. For more information on this experiment, please refer to Nurdrage's channel or this: Subscribe, rate and comment! =-]
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