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sil•i•ca



Pronunciation: (sil'i-ku), [key]
n.
the dioxide form of silicon, SiO2, occurring esp. as quartz sand, flint, and agate: used usually in the form of its prepared white powder chiefly in the manufacture of glass, water glass, ceramics, and abrasives. Also called silicon dioxide.

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