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Calcium Silicide

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Magnesium Silicide

Molybdenum Silicide

Sodium Silicide


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Calcium Silicide

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Calcium Silicide

CAS No   12013-56-8

Application / Uses Preparation
Calcium silicide (CaSi2), is an inorganic compound, a silicide of calcium. It is a whitish or dark grey to black solid matter with melting point 1033°C. It is insoluble in water, but may decompose when subjected to moisture, evolving hydrogen and producing calcium hydroxide.





Cobalt Silicide

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Cobalt Silicide

CAS No   12017-12-8

Application / Uses Preparation
Similar to borides and carbides, the composition of silicides cannot be easily specified as covalent molecules. The chemical bonds in silicides range from conductive metal-like structures to covalent or ionic. Silicides of all non-transition metals, with exception of beryllium, have been described.





Magnesium Silicide

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Magnesium Silicide

CAS No   22831-39-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Magnesium silicide, Mg2Si, is an inorganic compound consisting of magnesium and silicon. As a powder magnesium silicide is dark blue or slightly purple in colour. Silicon dioxide, SiO2, found in sand and glass, when heated with magnesium forms magnesium silicide. The first product in this reaction is silicon, which then reacts further with magnesium to produce Mg2Si:





Molybdenum Silicide

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Molybdenum Silicide

CAS No   22831-39-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Magnesium silicide, Mg2Si, is an inorganic compound consisting of magnesium and silicon. As a powder magnesium silicide is dark blue or slightly purple in colour. Silicon dioxide, SiO2, found in sand and glass, when heated with magnesium forms magnesium silicide. The first product in this reaction is silicon, which then reacts further with magnesium to produce Mg2Si:





Sodium Silicide

Sodium Silicide

CAS No      12164-12-4

Application / Uses Preparation
Similar to borides and carbides, the composition of silicides cannot be easily specified as covalent molecules. The chemical bonds in silicides range from conductive metal-like structures to covalent or ionic. Silicides of all non-transition metals, with exception of beryllium, have been described.







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