Silicon and its compounds

United States, 1962

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Presents basic chemical facts about silicon, showing its sturcture and analysing its place in the periodic table. Long used by man in making glass and in building materials, silicon compounds display a wide variety of properties which are providing an ever-increasing source of materials, sich as lubricants, paints, polishes, silicone plastics and rubber.


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Coronet Instructional Films






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