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Silanols and Silanolates

Silanols and Silanolates

The silanol-based compound generally refers to a hydroxyl group-containing silane compound. Silanol is a surface with strong oxidizing ability formed by the combination of the damaged surface of quartz particles and water molecules in the air or generates OH groups, which are negatively charged. This group is usually called silanol group. Silanol compounds have a wide range of applications in life. Alfa Chemistry has been engaged in the research in the field of silicone for many years, has rich experience and can provide reasonable and efficient solutions, and provide high-quality products and services to customers around the world.

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Application

Stretch marks are the result of rapid stretching of the skin caused by rapid growth or weight gain, which can cause the rupture of the structural proteins of the skin, which is generally irreversible. Silanols can help rebuild damaged connective tissue in the extracellular matrix and can effectively improve stretch marks.

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Reference

  1. Bhanu P. S.,et al. Water as green oxidant: a highly selective conversion of organosilanes to silanols with water. Appl. Organometal. Chem. 2009 , 23: 385-390.

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