AEROSIL 200

AEROSIL 200
Hydrophilic fumed silica

Substance identity
EC / List no.: 231-545-4
CAS no.: 7631-86-9
Mol. formula: O2Si

AEROSIL 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m²/g. 
With this product, rheology and thixotropy control of liquid systems, binders, and polymers is possible easily. 
AEROSIL 200 is also used to improve free flow and anti-caking characteristics of powders as well as an anti-settling, thickening, and anti-sagging agent. 
As ingredient AEROSIL 200 can be used in a broad variety of applications, like lipsticks, sulfate-free shampoos, mascara. 
AEROSIL 200 is listed with the INCI-name 'Silica' and holds a COSMOS certification.

AEROSIL 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m2/g. Widely usable in a broad range of applications.


Features

Rheology and thixotropy control of liquid systems, binders, polymers, etc.

Used as anti-settling, thickening and anti-sagging agent

Reinforcement of HTV- and RTV- 2K silicone rubber

Improvement of free flow and anticaking characteristics of powders

Aerosil 200 is a hydrophilic, lightweight, fumed silica used as a thickener for polyester and epoxy resins, gel coats, adhesives, and sealants. It is effective for thickening resins and glues. Helps sagging on vertical and overhead surfaces.

AEROSIL 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m2/g. AEROSIL fumed silica effectively prevents moistening and caking of the peroxo and persulfate salts usually used in bleaching powders. This results in improved free-flow properties even after extended storage. This fumed silica can also be used as a thickening and stabilizing agents in bleaching creams.

In hair dyes, AEROSIL fumed silica prevents a premature reaction and caking of powdered colorant components. It is particularly effective as a drying agent in a concentration of up to 4.0 percent w/w.

In hair conditioners, hydrophilic AEROSIL types such as AEROSIL 200 and AEROSIL 300, can help increase the volume of the hair, counteracting the “flattening” effect of the conditioning agents.

Features & Benefits of AEROSIL 200
Rheology and thixotropy control of liquid systems, binders, polymers, etc.
Used as anti-settling, thickening, and anti-sagging agent.
Reinforcement of HTV- and RTV-2K silicone rubber.
Improvement of free flow and anti caking characteristics of powders.
Thickens the oil phase

Aerosil 200
CAS: 7631-86-9
Aerosil 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m2/g. It is Used as anti-settling, thickening and anti-sagging agent and improves the free flow and anticaking characteristics of powders.

Aerosil 200 is used in many applications such as Paints and coatings, unsaturated polyester resins, laminating resins and gel coats, HTV- and RTV-2K-silicone rubber, adhesives and sealants, printing inks, cable compounds and cable gels, and plant protection.

AEROSIL 200
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Evonik
Silica (> 99.8%). 
AEROSIL 200 by Evonik is an anti-caking, free-flowing, gelling, suspending, dispersing and thickening agent. 
AEROSIL 200 is hydrophilic fumed silica which is used to transform cosmetic oils to highly viscous gels. It produces largely transparent products with a markedly pseudoplastic flow behavior. 
In toothpaste formulations, whether in all-silica formulations, in carbonate pastes, or in those using phosphate abrasives, it gives the rheological body. 
AEROSIL 200 can help increase the volume of the hair, counteracting the flattening effect of the conditioning agents. 
AEROSIL 200 prevents a premature reaction and caking of powdered colorant component (hair dyes). 
AEROSIL 200 helps improve the homogeneous distribution of the pigments in color cosmetics. 
AEROSIL 200 prevents the agglomeration of active ingredients—generally aluminum and zirconium salts (AP salts)-helping to ensure that they are evenly distributed and have an intense and long-lasting effect. It also avoids white residue. 
AEROSIL 200 is suggested for use in skin care, oral care, hair care (beaches, dyes, conditioners), make-up (powder, nail polish, lipstick/lip gloss) and antiperspirants & deodorants (sticks) applications.

Characteristic physico-chemical data


Specific surface area (BET): m2/g 175 - 225
pH value in 4% dispersion: 3.7 - 4.5
Loss on drying* 2 hours at 105 °C: % ≤ 1.5
Tamped density*    g/l: approx. 50
SiO2 content based on ignited material: % > 99.8


CAS-No.    112 945-52-5
7631-86-9

AEROSIL 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m2/g.

Applications and properties

Applications

Paints and coatings
Unsaturated polyester resins, laminating resins and gel coats
HTV- and RTV-2K-silicone rubber
Adhesives and sealants
Printing inks
Cable compounds and cable gels
Plant protection

Properties

Rheology and thixotropy control of liquid systems, binders, polymers, etc.
Used as anti-settling, thickening and anti-sagging agent
Reinforcement of HTV- and RTV-2K silicone rubber
Improvement of free flow and anticaking characteristics of powders

Safety and handling
Information concerning the safety of this product is listed in the corresponding Safety Data Sheet, which will be sent with the first delivery or upon updating. 
Such information is also available from Evonik Operations
We recommend to read carefully the safety data sheet prior to the use of our product.

Packaging and storage

AEROSIL 200 is supplied in multiple layer 10 kg bags. 
We recommend to store the product in closed containers under dry conditions and to protect the material from volatile substances. 
AEROSIL 200 should be used within 2 years after production.

AEROSIL of AEROSIL 200
Fumed Silica - Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic
For over 70 years Evonik’s AEROSIL has been a market leading brand of fumed silica. With a unique range of both hydrophilic and hydrophobic grades available the number of applications are endless. Fumed (pyrogenci) silica is composed of synthetic silicon dioxide (SiO2) which is entirely amorphous, eliminating the risks posed by crystalline silica.

One of the main applications for fumed silica is increasing the viscosity, pseudoplasticity and thixotropy of a wide range of liquid systems. However there are many more applications besides this common use case. Evonik’s™ AEROSIL range is the most extensive range of fumed silica on the market, with many of their products tailored for particular applications. The versatility of AEROSIL means that it can be found all around us, from the paints on our walls to the fertilizers on our crops. 

Features of AEROSIL 200
Chemically inert synthetic amorphous silica. High purity
Available in hydrophilic and surface-treated hydrophobic grades
A wide range of surface areas available
Broad legislative approvals on many grades e.g. indirect food contact
Mixed fumed silica/metal oxide grades available


Benefits of AEROSIL 200
Efficient rheology control in a wide range of simple and complex liquid systems. Imparts viscosity, pseudoplasticity and thixotropy. Stabilises pigments and prevents sagging.
Provides effective free flow and anti-caking behaviour. Can be used as a solid carrier for liquids.
Improves mechanical and optical properties of silicone rubber.
Improves anti-corrosion performance of protective and marine coatings. Reduces moistures sensitivity and increases hydrophobicity. Useful in silicone sealants for extending shelf life for example.
Anti-blocking agent for PET films.
Many more applications: greases, batteries, agrochemicals etc.

Typical Applications of AEROSIL 200
Rheology and thixotropy control in coatings, inks, sealants & adhesives
Improving anti-corrosion properties of protective coatings
Scratch resistance in coatings
Thickening and hydrophobicity of greases
Electrolyte immobilization in lead-acid batteries
Anti-settling agent in pigment dispersions and suspension concentrates
Solid carrier for liquids
Mechanical and optical enhancement of silicone rubbers
Impart free-flow and anti-caking properties in powders
Metal and glass polishing


Also Used In
Adhesives & Sealants 
Coatings 
Composites 
Construction 
Graphic Arts 
Health & Nutrition 
Household 
Industrial 
Rubber 
Thermoplastic Compounds 
Thermoset 

The importance of rheology in epoxy resins
As a formulator of epoxy resins, you know that rheology control is an important consideration when designing a system. Take proper care over the rheology profile and you will have a product that resists sedimentation, has excellent shelf life stability, is easier and more accurate to blend (2k systems), can be applied with ease and has a high level of anti-sagging performance. Some of these factors are important before, during and after application – making yours and your customers' lives easier.

AEROSIL fumed silica has been a successful rheological additive in epoxy systems for decades. There is a good chance you will have worked with it at some point. Its success stems from the versatility it gives formulators in building viscosity, thixotropy and in controlling rheology over a wide range of shear and temperature conditions.   

There are many factors that influence the successful use of AEROSIL fumed silica in epoxy resins. Let's take a look at how fumed silica works, how to choose the right grade for your system, how to use it properly and what to bear in mind about the interactions other components can have on its efficacy.

 

How does fumed silica thicken liquid systems?
First of all, let’s take a look at how AEROSIL fumed silica works as a thickening agent. Fumed silica is supplied in the form of agglomerates that need to be broken down under high shear into aggregates. The latter would ideally have a particle size in the region of 100-300 nm. To achieve this breakdown of particle size you would incorporate the fumed silica with a dissolver, planetary mixer, triple roll mill or kneader. Propeller stirrers are NOT suitable for this process! Dissolvers and planetary mixers are the most popular due to the ease of continuous incorporation and lower energy demands.

Once the particles have been broken down they will reform as a continuous 3D gel network, imparting a yield value and higher viscosity at rest. This is a reversible process - in that applying shear will break the network down and decrease the viscosity. Once again, the network can reform. This behaviour is what gives rise to the shear thinning and thixotropic behaviour AEROSIL is so well known for in epoxy resins.

OK, so that’s how it works on a mechanistic level. To understand why some grades work in certain systems, but not in others, we need to look at the interactions between the fumed silica particles. AEROSIL grades come both untreated (silanol surface groups) and with hydrophobic silane treatments (various options, some silanol groups remain). Interactions between the silanol groups are responsible for the formation of stable networks. In non-polar fluids, this interaction is maximised. When trying to thicken a polar fluid these molecules solvate the AEROSIL and lead to a destabilisation of the gel network. This is why relatively large amounts of hydrophilic silica are required when thickening water or ethanol*.

 

How to thicken an epoxy resin with fumed silica
It is interesting to note that the presence of a small concentration of polar molecules in a non-polar fluid can have a synergistic effect in the thickening behaviour; through a bridging mechanism. Consider the use of a polyamine curing agent for example. This effect works the other way above a certain critical concentration due to the solvating effect mentioned above.

Hydrophilic fumed silica is often not suitable for use in epoxy resins as many grades are polar in nature, solvating the AEROSIL. Epoxies also have curing agents added to them which can destabilise the gel network.


Notice how the hydrophobic grades increase viscosity in this polar resin to the greatest extent. Addition of polar hardener molecules then massively boosts the viscosity of the AEROSIL 300 due to the bridging effect mentioned earlier. This effect is short lived however, as the fumed silica particles are increasingly solvated by polymer molecules containing hydroxyl groups that originate during the curing reaction. In conclusion, if you want a stable viscosity profile through cure, then you need to use a hydrophobic AEROSIL grade such as AEROSIL R 202, AEROSIL R 208 or AEROSIL R 805. These grades have hydrophobic groups on the surface to shield the remaining silanol groups from undesired wetting. Note that both silanol groups and the hydrophobic chains contribute to thickening with these grades.

AEROSIL fumed silica as an anti-settling agent
Fillers are frequently employed in the formulation of epoxy systems, either to improve performance like shrinkage or to reduce cost. These particles are prone to settlement if not properly stabilised. AEROSIL fumed silica can slow down, or even prevent, the settling of fillers and pigments. After extended storage times, some sediment may be seen but it is often soft and easy to resuspend. This effect is attributable to the increased yield value that fumed silica imparts. Either AEROSIL R805, R202 or R208 would perform best in this function.

 

Fumed silica for the thickening and thixotropy of hardeners for epoxy resins
By adding fumed silica to the less viscous hardener component, blending mistakes can be avoided and a more homogenous mixture obtained. Note that fillers can be suspended in the hardener component with the proper choice and use of AEROSIL fumed silica.

Now here is where the recommendation can change from those made so far, depending on the polarity of your hardener (see Figure 4). Non-polar polyaminoamides like VERSAMID 140 are thickened best by hydrophilic fumed silica grades (AEROSIL 300). In high polarity mercaptan hardeners, like CAPCURE 3-800, hydrophobic grades are the best (R805, R202 and R208). It is worth noting that the hydrophobic grades often have better storage stability though.


High performance fumed silica fillers in silicone rubber systems
Synthetic fumed silica grades have been used as reinforcing powders in silicone systems since the 1940’s. Fumed silica, in particular, has contributed to the success of silicone rubber. Initially, hydrophilic grades were the only option but then hydrophobized grades became available for more demanding applications.

This article gives an overview of the latest generation fumed silica for silicone rubber – AEROSIL R 8200. This hydrophobic silica is modified and treated via a series of physical process steps, which result in its characteristically low thickening effect and high level of reinforcement - when compounded into silicone rubber.

Particular focus will be paid to its use in two-component room temperature curing silicone rubber (RTV-2C), RTV-1 silicone sealants and in liquid silicone rubber (LSR) formulations.

 

Synthetic silica powders in silicone rubber
In addition to enhancing the mechanical strength of cured silicone products, silicas often give undesirable thickening properties as well. These can result in the “crepe hardening” effect in Heat Cured Rubber (HCR). Silicone compounds that have not been cross-linked become unworkable within just a few days of storage, making it difficult or impossible to process them further. For RTV systems it is crucial to get the correct balance of thickening and reinforcing effects.

It is possible to mitigate the effect of crepe hardening by hydrophobizing silanol groups on the fumed silica in-situ, during the compounding stage. However, the condensation by-product of water must be adequately removed from the compound, since it would seriously impair the properties of the cured compound. This is a laborious, time consuming and energy-intensive approach that also generates the need to treat the exhaust air generated.

EVONIK have been offering solutions to the above problem for many years – hydrophobically modified fumed silica. AEROSIL R 972 is a dimethyl- dichlorosilane treated fumed silica, which was introduced in 1962. Since then various new developments have been released for silicone rubber including AEROSIL R104, R106 and R 812S – all of which posses strongly hydrophobic surface treatments resulting from the modification with trimethylsilyl groups. These grades are highly effective options for the production of peroxide, condensation and additive cross-linked silicone compounds. For more difficult applications, there is AEROSIL R 8200

What are silica carriers? In what systems can I use them?
A versatile range of precipitated (SIPERNAT) and fumed (AEROSIL) silicas are available from EVONIK for absorbing liquids, such that they are converted into dry free-flowing powders. Why are these products highly efficient carriers for liquids? It is due to their high internal and interstitial pore volume. Many other materials commonly used as carriers only have external surface area available, for example, maltodextrin and starches


Grades can be chosen with different particle sizes, depending on the requirements of the end application. SIPERNAT 22 and 2200 are very coarse grades, which are more free-flowing and less dusty than some other products. They may be too large for certain applications, however. In this case, the formulator might choose SIPERNAT 22S, SIPERNAT 50S or AEROSIL 200. Conversely, these grades may be too fragile or dusty for particular applications.

How to dose liquid onto the silica carriers
Generally, the carrier should be put into the mixer first. Liquids should be dosed in as continuously and finely distributed as possible. In some special cases, where the absorbate has been liquefied through increased temperature, improved results can be obtained wherein the silica is added to the liquid.

It is important that gentle mixing is applied. Optimum results cannot usually be obtained with high pressure or high shear forces as they partly destroy the porous structure, desorbing any absorbed liquid.


To optimise flow behaviour and pressure stability of the absorbates, the liquid should be introduced as finely divided as possible. The best method is to atomise the liquid through a sprayer. If this is not possible then dripping is better than pouring. Ploughshare and paddle mixers are well suited to perform these kinds of mixing tasks. They have short mixing times and very low shear, so the particles remain intact. Avoid high-intensity mixing elements inside low shear equipment.

For fine particle carrier silica, the absorption capacity may vary a lot depending on the shear energy which is applied when the absorbate is made. Overshearing these products can lead to a reduction in the absorption capacity; due to damage done to the particle structure and uncontrolled agglomeration

ome noteworthy observations when making absorbates:

A low energy mixing device that fluidizes the dry carrier powder with minimum shear often works best but this depends on the physical properties of the liquid. Suitable mixers include ribbon, ploughshare or V-type “liquid-solid” blenders. Conical or Nauta-type mixers are also suitable.
In some cases, high shear can be used with caution – if the liquid has a high melting point and will solidify into agglomerates, with silica particles surrounding the droplets.
Generally, larger particle size grades have better flow properties. For some applications, such as in instant beverages, small particles are desirable; as they allow the powder ingredients to dissolve in the mixture without affecting flavour or texture.
Consider protecting the liquid from oxidation. High surface area materials can accelerate oxidation in unsaturated ingredients. In this case, choose a lower surface area SIPERNAT or AEROSIL product - or add an anti-oxidant to inhibit oxidation.
 

Optimize flowability and dustiness with the right loading level
As loading level increases, flowability reaches an optimum. This will depend on the properties of the carrier silica and the liquid being carried. When saturated, the carrier flow will become worse and dustiness is reduced


When mixing both SIPERNAT and other substances, dual-carrier applications are possible. These types of carriers can optimise cost, absorption capacity, dustiness and various other desired properties. For example, a dual-carrier made of maltodextrin and SIPERNAT 500 LS can optimize absorption capacity, costs, solubility and flavour profiles. The specific combination of dual carriers is dependent on several factors and needs to be based on the desired finished product. These factors include:

Absorption capacity of each carrier material.
Density of each carrier material.
Density of the liquid to be plated.
Volatility of the liquid.
Amount of insoluble material that can be tolerated in the system.
 

Flavour Applications
Flavour control is critical in the beverage and food industries since evaporative losses will impact the final product. This may occur either during manufacture or storage.

Kinetic considerations are significant when choosing a substrate to carry liquid flavours. Encapsulation techniques can be used to control these losses.

A study was conducted to investigate the effect of carrier type on the evaporation rate of a volatile flavour compound. Five SIPERNAT grades and one AEROSIL grade were compared to a competitive silica and silica gel.

 

Summary and what to do now
SIPERNAT and AEROSIL silicas have a high pore capacity, which enables them to efficiently convert liquids into free-flowing powders.


AEROSIL 200 Pharma
AEROSIL 200 Pharma is a high purity amorphous anhydrous colloidal silicon dioxide for use in pharmaceutical products whichfulfils the analytical requirements of the currently valid versions of the European Pharmacopeia (Ph. Eur.), United States Pharmacopeia (USP/NF), Japanese Pharmacopeia (JP) and Indian Pharmacopoeia** (IP). It is tested and certified according to pharmacopoeia methods. It fulfils purity criteria of E551 according to 231/2012 EU. 
The production and packaging process has been audited and fulfills the requirements of regulation EC No. 852/2004. TAMC (total aerobic microbial count) , TYMC (total combined yeast and mould count) and Gram-negative bacteria are tested on a regular basis acc. to USP.

SCOPE OF APPLICATION
Applications Pharmacy, all types of dosage forms Food** Feed** Properties Free flow and anti-caking agent to improve powder properties Improves tablet properties such as hardness and friability Used as viscosity increasing agent to thicken and thixotropize liquids Used as anti-setting, thickening and anti-sagging agent High purity, low humidity content No influence on taste Does not alter natural colour of powder formulations

ASAP Application: Unstable Drug Candidate in Early Development
Anjali Agrawal, ... Zeena Williams, in Accelerated Predictive Stability, 2018

3.2.1.1 Effect of coating agent
It was found that Aerosil R972 was much more effective in coating the API as compared to Aerosil 200. 
ASAP results (not shown) of tablets with API coated with Aerosil 200 and Aerosil R972, respectively, also indicated that the Aerosil R972 coating resulted in more stable tablets. 
Aerosil R972’s stabilizing effect compared to Aerosil 200 was assumed to be associated with its hydrophobic surface property, which might have resulted in reduced moisture uptake. 
Thus, Aerosil R972 was selected to be the coating agent for manufacturing prototype tablet formulations.

Description
Versatile Raw Materials for Personal Care Formulations

AEROSIL 200 is a hydrophilic fumed silica with a specific surface area of 200 m2/g. AEROSIL fumed silica effectively prevents moistening and caking of the peroxo and persulfate salts usually used in bleaching powders. This results in improved free-flow properties even after extended storage. AEROSIL 200 can also be used as a thickening and stabilizing agent in bleaching creams.

In hair dyes, AEROSIL fumed silica prevents a premature reaction and caking of powdered colorant components. AEROSIL 200 is particularly effective as a drying agent in a concentration of up to 4.0 percent w/w.

In hair conditioners, hydrophilic AEROSIL types such as AEROSIL 200 and AEROSIL 300, can help increase the volume of the hair, counteracting the “flattening” effect of the conditioning agents.

Other Applications:

Paints and coatings
Unsaturated polyester resins, laminating resins and gel coats
HTV- and RTV-2K-silicone rubber
Adhesives and sealants
Printing Inks
Cable compounds and cable gels
Plant protection
 

Properties:

Rheology and thixotropy control of liquid systems, binders, polymers, etc.
Used as anti-settling, thickening, and anti-sagging agent.
Reinforcement of HTV- and RTV-2K silicone rubber.
Improvement of free flow and anticaking characteristics of powders.
Thickens the oil phase.


Silica O2Si
Other
Silicon dioxide
Silicon dioxide
silicon dioxide
silicon dioxide; synthetic amorphous silicon dioxide (nano)
silicon dioxide; synthetic amorphous silicon dioxide (nano)
Synthetic amorphous silicon dioxide (nano)

Translated names
Diossido di silicio amorfo sintetico (nano) (it)
Diossidu tas-siliċju amorfu sintetiku (nano) (mt)
Dioxid de siliciu sintetic amorf (nano) (ro)
Dioxyde de silicium amorphe synthétique (nano) (fr)
Dióxido de silicio amorfo sintético (nano) (es)Dióxido de silício amorfo sintético (nano) (pt)
Sintetinis amorfinis silicio dioksidas (nanomedžiaga) (lt)
Sintetični amorfni silicijev dioksid (sl)
Sintetski amorfni silicijev dioksid (nano) (hr)
Sintētiskais amorfais silīcija dioksīds (nano) (lv)
Synteettinen amorfinen piidioksidi (nano) (fi)
Syntetický amorfní oxid křemičitý (nanomateriál) (cs)
Syntetický amorfný oxid kremičitý (nano) (sk)
Syntetisk amorf kiseldioxid (nano) (sv)
Syntetisk amorft siliciumdioxid (nano) (da)
Syntetyczny amorficzny ditlenek krzemu (nano) (pl)
Synthetic amorphous silicon dioxide (nano) (no)
Synthetisch amorf siliciumdioxide (nano) (nl)
Synthetisches amorphes Siliciumdioxid (nano) (de)
Szintetikus amorf szilícium-dioxid (nano) (hu)
Sünteetiline amorfne ränidioksiid (nano) (et)
Συνθετικό άμορφο διοξείδιο του πυριτίου (νανο) (el)
Синтетичен аморфен силициев диоксид (нано) (bg)

CAS names
Silica
IUPAC names
Amorphous Colloidal Silica

AMORPHOUS SILICA
amorphous silica
Amorphous Silica
Amorphous silica
amorphous silica
Dioxosilane
dioxosilane
Fumed Silica
JIOS Aerova aerogel powder
Kieselgel
oxid křemičitý (amorfní)
Precipitated amorphous silica
Quarz
SILIA LX3, SILIA LX5, SILIA LX7, SILIA LX10, SILIA LX13, SPEHSTA MD3, SPEHSTA MD5, SPHESTA MD6, SPHESTA MD7, SPHESTA MD10, SPHESTA MD13, SPHESTA HS7, SPHESTA HS10, SPEHSTA SB606, SPEHSTA SB609, SPHESTA SB806, SPHESTA SB809
Silica 
Silica
silica gel
Silica Gel
Silica gel
Silica Gel (Spherical, 60micro m) [for Flash Chromatography]
Silica gel and precipitated silica crystalline free
Silica gel and precipitated silica crystalline free
Silica gel and precipitated silica, crystalline-free
Silica gel, precipitated [CAS-No. 112926-00-8]
Silica, Amorphous
Silica, amorphous
Silica, Amorphous
Silica, amorphous
Silica, amorphous, pyrogenic, crystalline-free
Silica, precipitated
Silica-chromium pro-catalyst (Surface treated precipitated synthetic amorphous silica)
Siliciumdioxid
Silicon Dioxide
Silicon dioxide
silicon Dioxide
silicon dioxide
Silicon Dioxide
Silicon dioxide
silicon dioxide
Silicon dioxide (amorphous)
silicon dioxide (amorphous)
Silicon dioxide (catalyst)
Silicon dioxide A
silicon dioxide anhydrous
silicon dioxide, amorphous
Silicon sioxide
Silicon(IV)oxide
Silicone dioxide
Sodium-silica gel
Synthetic Amorphous Silica
Synthetic amorphous silica
Synthetic amorphous silicon dioxide
White Carbon HCSIL
Zeosil / Tixosil


Trade names
ABSIL -100

ABSIL-HC

AC6120 carrier

Acematt [Silica, precipitated]

Admafine Silica

AEROPERL

Aeroperl [Silica, fumed, pyrogenic]

AEROSIL [Silica, fumed, pyrogenic]

Aerosil [Silica, fumed, pyrogenic]

Airlica

Alusilica

ApART™ System, ApART™ Catalyst System

ARSIL

ART Hydroprocessing catalysts

BARIACE

BARIFINE

BECOSORB

Britesorb

CAB-O-SIL® fumed silica

CAB-O-SIL™ Colloidal silica

CAB-O-SIL™ silica

CAB-O-SPERSE® silica dispersion

Cabot aerogel

Caldic Silica

Caldic Silica 02

Caldic Silica 02GR

Caldic Silica 04

Caldic Silica 04GR

Caldic Silica 05

Caldic Silica 05 MP

Caldic Silica 05GR

Caldic Silica 06

Caldic Silica 06GR

Caldic Silica 07

Caldic Silica 07GR

Caldic Silica 08MP

Caldic Silica 08T

Caldic Silica 09

Caldic Silica 09GR

carbon-white

Carplex [Silica, precipitated]

Catalyst KD CAT

CATOKAY

Chameleon

Chameleon Gel

CHIFFONSIL

Compression Pack™

CP

DARACLAR®

DAVISIL®

Denka Fused Silica (DF)

DURAFILL®

DX® Catalyst Platform, DX® Catalyst Technology

EBROSIL

Egesil [Silica, precipitated]

Enova® aerogel

Envirogel

EQ-Pak

EXP [Silica, precipitated]

Flo-Gard¿

FLOWING AGENT TP88

Fumed Silica

fumed silica

Gasil

GRADE

GR® catalysts, technology

HC

Hi-Sil¿

High Stability Low Sediment (HSLS), HSLS™ Catalyst Technology

HOESCH BK

HOLLOWY-N15

HOP Catalyst

IBERSIL

ICR Catalyst

Indicator Gel

insert your own names, for example "Aerosil

Insil [Silica, precipitated]

JR-800

KONASIL

Kovasil

Köstropur®

Köstrosolid®

Köstrosol®

Köstrosorb®

LC FINING technology, LC FINING™ Catalyst

LEVILITE

Lo-Vel¿

LS™ Catalyst Platform, LS™ Catalyst Technology

Lucilite

LUDOX®

Lumira® aerogel

MATREX®

Matting Agent: MA-A350-J; MA-A370; MA-TSA260; MA-TSA260L; MA-TSA560N; MA-S402; MA-TSA230

MEBU™ Pilot Plant, Mini Ebullating Bed Unit (MEBU)

MFIL- 150(G)

MFIL- 200(S)

MFIL-125

MFIL-125(S)

MFIL-P (S)

MFIL-P(U)

MICROD

Microsil

MIZUKASIL P-73

MT-500SA

N-IDS carrier

Neosil

Neosyl

NiSAT carrier

No specific trade names available: synthetic amorphous silica imported through Ziegler Natta Catalyst preparation, the recipes and trade names of which are company confidential, as they are tailor made for the specific customer.

OCR® Catalysts

Orange Gel

PE

PERKASIL®

PHOENIX™ catalyst, PHOENIX Process

Precipitated silica

QUARTRON PL

ReforMax carrier

REMASOL®

Reolosil

Rescor castable ceramic binders, Resbond adhesive, Thermeez Ceramic Putty

Rubingel

San-Sil¿

SATINIER

Several Catalyst grades including synthetic amorphous silica, e.g. SYLOPOL®, P.O. CAT CARRIER XPO, Ziegler Natta Catalyst grades

SG-NT

SHIELDEX®

Sident [Silica, precipitated]

Silcron

Silene¿

Silfil

Silica

SILICA A

SILICA GEL

Silica Gel

silica gel

SILICA GEL CARRIER SG

SILICA GEL CAT LITTER

SILICA LC

SILICA MICRO BEAD

SILICA PERAL

SILICA VP

Silicagel

SILICON DIOXIDE

Silicon Dioxide

silicon dioxide

Silicon dioxide (SD-B)

Silicon dioxide as used in different catalyst mixtures

Silicon dioxide in different catalyst mixtures

SILIGEL

Silizium Dioxid

Siliziumdioxid

SiO2

SiO2-Sootstaub

SIOGEL® white

Sipernat [Silica, precipitated]

SmART Catalyst System® series, SmART System

SMELLAWAY

Sodium dihydrogenorthophosphate

Sorb-it

Sorbosil

Sorbsil

SP

SPHERICA

SPHERON L-1500

SS-SIL

SSP

StART™ System, StART™ Catalyst System

STR

SYLOBEAD®

SYLOBLANC™

SYLOBLOC®

SYLODENT®

SYLOID®

SYLOJET®

SYLOX®

T-Lite

TAFOSIL

TAVERSIL

Thermal Wrap™

TIXOSIL

Tokusil

Tolled trading goods

TP88

TREADSIL

TRISYL®

TYSIL

ULS

ULTRABOND™ fumed silica

Ultrasil [Silica, precipitated]

Wet Gel

Wetgel

white carbon black

White Carbon HCSIL

White Gel

WL [Silica, precipitated]

XWP GEL

YH [Silica, precipitated]

Zeobead

ZEODENT®

ZEOFLO®

ZEOFOAM®

ZEOFREE®

ZEOPOL®

Zeoprep

ZEOSIL

Zeosphere

ZEOSYL®

ZEOTHIX®

ZEO®

ZS

Other names

Silicon dioxide [Wiki]
231-545-4 [EINECS]
231-589-4 [EINECS]
262-373-8 [EINECS]
266-046-0 [EINECS]
272-489-0 [EINECS]
293-303-4 [EINECS]
65997-17-3 [RN]
68611-44-9 [RN]
7631-86-9 [RN]
Cristobalite [Wiki]
Dioxosilan [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Dioxosilane [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Dioxosilane [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
MCM-48
MFCD00011232 [MDL number]
MFCD00132803 [MDL number]
MFCD00147032 [MDL number]
SBA-15
SBA-16
Silane, dioxo- [ACD/Index Name]
Silica glass
SILICIC ANHYDRIDE
2-Mercaptoethyl ethyl sulfide silica
3-Mercaptopropyl ethyl sulfide Silica, 60 ~ 200 μm particle size
60 40-63�m silica gel
60 40-63um silica gel
Absorbents for liquid spillages, Spillages, absorbents for, Hazardous liquid spillages, absorbents for, Absorbant for spilled liquids
Aerosil
Aerosil 300
Aerosil 380
Aerosil A 300
Aerosil bs-50
Aerosil E 300
Aerosil K 7
Aerosil M-300
Amorphous Silicon Dioxide, Amorphous Silica
Aquafil
AW Standard Super-Cel® NF
C18 Silica Gel, Endcapped, 60A, 40-63um
Cab-O-sil
Cabosil M-5
Cabosil N 5
Cabosil st-1
Cab-O-sperse
Carplex
Carplex 30
Carplex 80
Cataloid
Celite&trade
Celite(R) 560
Celite(R) 577 fine
Celite(R) Analytical Filter Aid II (CAFA II)
Celite(R) Filter Cel
Celite(R) Hyflo Supercel
CELITE-545
Celite® 512 medium
Chalcedony [Wiki]
CHEMIZORB
Chemizorb Powder
Christensenite
CHROMOSORB¸ P
COESITE
Colloidal silicon dioxide
Corasil II
Crystalline Silica Quartz
Crystoballite
Crysvarl
Dicalite
Dioxide, Silicon
EXtrelut NT
EXtrelut NT Refill pack
Extrusil
Fibrous Glass
FINE GRAIN SAND
Geduran Si 60
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Hyflo(R) Super Cel(R)
InChI=1S/O2Si/c1-3-2
KEATITE
LiChroprep Si 60 (15-25 µm)
LiChroprep Si 60 (25-40 µm)
LiChroprep Si 60 (40-63 µm)
LiChrosorb(R) Si 100 (10 µm)
LiChrospher(R) Si 60 (5 µm)
Ludox
Manosil vn 3
Metacristobalite
Micro particles based on silicon dioxide
Min-U-sil
Monodisperse silicon dioxide
Nalcoag
NBS 28 (silicon and oxygen isotopes in silica sand)
Neosil
Neosyl
Non-porous silica
Non-porous silicon dioxide
Novaculite [Wiki]
Nyacol
Onyx
Opal
PharmPrep P Si 100, 20µm
PharmPrep P Si100, 10µm
Pigment White 27
Porasil
Positive sol 232
Quartz (silicon dioxide), silver, pure
QUARTZ FINE GRANULAR,
Quartz rod, fused, 10.0mm (0.394in) dia
Quartz rod, fused, 2.0mm (0.079in) dia
Quartz rod, fused, 5.0mm (0.197in) dia
Quarz fine, cryst., 0.4-0.8 mm
Quarz min. 99% powdered, up to 125 µm
Quazo puro [Italian]
Quso G 30
Quso G32
Quso G-32
Sand 50-70 mesh
Sand, washed
Santocel
sea sand
Sicron F 300
Siderite (SiO2)
Sikron F 100
silanedione
Silanox 101
Silica fibers, 1/4'' long
SILICA GEL 60
Silica gel 60 (0.015-0.040 mm)
Silica gel 60 (0.040-0.063 mm)
Silica gel 60 (0.063-0.100 mm)
Silica gel 60 (0.063-0.200 mm)
Silica gel 60 (0.2-0.5 mm)
Silica gel 60 (35-70 µm)
Silica gel 60 (less than 0.063 mm)
Silica gel 60 FS22;₅₄ (0.063-0.200 mm)
Silica gel 60 G
Silica gel 60 GF254
Silica gel 60 H
Silica gel 60 HF322;₅₄
Silica gel 60 HF322;₅₄+₃₆̀6;
Silica gel 60 PF322;₅₄
Silica gel 60 PF322;₅₄ containing gypsum
Silica gel 60 PF322;₅₄+₃₆̀6;
Silica Gel Grade 12
Silica Gel Grade 49
Silica Gel Grade 62
Silica Gel Grade 923
Silica gel, 12-24 mesh (liquid drying)
Silica Gel, 40-63 Micron Particles
Silica Gel, Desiccant
Silica gel, indicating, 6-16 mesh
Silica mesoporous SBA-15
Silica nanoparticles
Silica, fumed, hydrophobic
Silica, hydrate(8CI,9CI)
Silicagel 60A 20-45 micron
Silicagel 60A 6-35 micron
Siliceous earth
Silicon (IV) Oxide
Silicon dioxide, washed and calcined, analytical reagent
Silicon oxide
Silicon Oxide Hollow Nanospheres
Silicon oxide powder, 99% Nano, 20 nm
silicon(IV) oxide
Silicon(IV) oxide|Fine grain sand
SILICON(IV)OXIDE
silicondioxide
Silikil
Silikill
Siliziumdioxid
Sillikolloid
Siloxid
Silver bond B
Sipernat
Snowit
Snowtex 30
Snowtex O
STISHOVITE
Superfloss
Syton 2X
SYTON HT-50
Tiger-eye
TLC Silica gel 60 H
TLC-Silica gel 60 GF₂₅S24;
Tokusil TPLM
Vitasil 220
Vulkasil
Vulkasil S
Wessalon
White Silica Gel Beads, 3 mm (2-5 mm)
Zeofree 80
ZEOprep 60
Zipax
Zorbax sil
α-Cristobalite
α-Crystobalite
α-Quartz
二氧化硅 [Chinese]


 

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