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C2Si     1$l^{2}-silacycloprop-2-yne

Synonyms: AC1O3F8M
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Disease relevance of SILICON CARBIDE


High impact information on SILICON CARBIDE

  • The linear reaction kinetics allows transformation to any depth, so that the whole silicon carbide sample can be converted to carbon [6].
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  • On the basis of inhalation studies, three fibres were designated as being carcinogenic-amosite asbestos, silicon carbide and refractory ceramic fibre 1 (RCF1)-or non-carcinogenic-man-made vitreous fibre (MMVF10), Code 100/475 glass fibre, and RCF4 [8].
  • Assays were quantified and corrected for hematocrit by using a battery-powered colorimeter with a silicon carbide (blue) light-emitting-diode source [9].
  • The amount of TNF produced by macrophages in vitro depended on the fiber type, with the man-made vitreous fibers, and refractory ceramic fibers being least stimulatory and silicon carbide (SiC) whiskers providing the greatest stimulation [10].

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