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Grade: 12th pass
        
What is the difference between silicones and siloxanes? Give examples.
8 months ago

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Arun
21510 Points
							
Silicones are polymers which include any inert, synthetic compound made up of repeating units of siloxane – a repeating chain of silicon and oxygen; so silicones contain silicon. They're often used in insulation, being rubbery and heat resistant, with a very low heat transfer.
8 months ago
REENU SIVADARSHINI.M
116 Points
							
SILICONES:
       IT HAVE THE UNIQUE  PROPERTIE AMONG THE OTHER  POLYMERS  BECAUSE OF THE SIMULTANEOUS  PRESENCE OF ORGANIC  GROUPS ATTACHED TO THE CHAIN OF THE INORGANIC ATOMS .
 SILOXANE:
     THEY ARE POLYMERIC ORGANIC SILICONES  THAT COMPRISE THE BACKBONE OF ALTERNATING  [SILICON – OXYGEN ] UNITS WITH ORGANIC  SIDE CHAINS  ATTACHED TO EACH SIDE CHAIN.
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