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K Ca                             Sc Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Zn Ga Ge As Se Br Kr
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Actinolite Wikipedia
Adularia Wikipedia
Aegirine Wikipedia
Agate Wikipedia
Aluminum-silicon 43 NIST
Amine, bis(trimethyl)silyl 1 NIST
Analcime Wikipedia
Analcite Wikipedia
Anthophyllite asbestos Wikipedia
Apophyllite Wikipedia
Asbestos, anthophyllite Wikipedia
Asbestos, tremolite Wikipedia
Be2SiO4 1 NIST
Beryl 1 Wikipedia
Beryllium silicate 1 NIST
Braunite Wikipedia
[C6H5SiH2]- 1 NIST
Calcium silicate 4 Wikipedia NIST
Cancrinite Wikipedia
CaSiO3 4 Wikipedia NIST
Cast iron, gray Wikipedia NIST
Celite 1 Wikipedia
Ceramic fiber
Ceramic wool
(CH3)2SCl2 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
[(CH3)3Si]+ NIST
CH3SiCl3 1 Wikipedia NIST
Chabazite Wikipedia
Chalcedony Wikipedia
Chlorite group Wikipedia
Clinozoisite Wikipedia
Cordierite Wikipedia
Cross-linked grafted polyethylene 1 NIST
Diatomaceous earth 1 Wikipedia
Dichlorodimethylsilane 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Diopside Wikipedia
Dioptase Wikipedia
Disthene Wikipedia
Dumortierite Wikipedia
Electrical steel Wikipedia NIST
Enstatite Wikipedia
Epidote Wikipedia
Euclase Wikipedia
Eudialyte Wikipedia
Fiber, ceramic
Fiber, rock Wikipedia
Fiber, silicon carbide 1 Wikipedia NIST
Fiber, slag
Fiberglass Wikipedia
Fossil flour 1 Wikipedia
Fused quartz Wikipedia NIST
Glass fiber Wikipedia
Glass wool Wikipedia
Glass, lead 1 Wikipedia
Glass, Pyrex® 1 Wikipedia
Glass, quartz Wikipedia NIST
Glass, soda-lime 1 Wikipedia
H2SiF6(aq) 2 1 Wikipedia NIST
[H3Si]- 1 NIST
H4Si 5 Wikipedia NIST
Harmotome Wikipedia
Haüyne Wikipedia
Hemimorphite Wikipedia
Heulandite Wikipedia
Hexafluorosilicate ion 2 2 NIST
Hexafluorosilicic acid (aqueous) 2 1 Wikipedia NIST
Humite series Wikipedia
Hydrogen silicate ion NIST
Hypersthene Wikipedia
Ilvaite Wikipedia
Infusorial earth 1 Wikipedia
Jadeite Wikipedia
Jamesonite Wikipedia
Kaolinite Wikipedia
Kieselguhr 1 Wikipedia
Kyanite Wikipedia
Laumontite Wikipedia
Lazurite Wikipedia
Lead glass 1 Wikipedia
Lepidolite 1 Wikipedia
Leucite Wikipedia
Magnesium silicide 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
[Me3Si]+ NIST
Methyltrichlorosilane 1 Wikipedia NIST
Mg2Si 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Microcline Wikipedia
Mineral wool Wikipedia
Monticellite Wikipedia
Muscovite Wikipedia
Na2SiF6 1 1 NIST
Na2SiO3(aq) 2 Wikipedia NIST
Natrolite Wikipedia
Nepheline Wikipedia
Nosean Wikipedia
Noselite Wikipedia
Olivine Wikipedia
Opal Wikipedia
Orthoclase Wikipedia
Orthosilicate ion 2 Wikipedia NIST
Pectolite Wikipedia
Petalite 1 Wikipedia
Phenakite 1 Wikipedia
Phenyl silane 1 NIST
Phenyl silyl anion 1 NIST
Phlogopite Wikipedia
[PhSiH2]- 1 NIST
Piemontite Wikipedia
Plagioclase Wikipedia
Poly(dimethysiloxane) 1 NIST
Polyethylene-silane graft 1 1 NIST
Precipitated silica 2 Wikipedia NIST
Prehnite Wikipedia
Pyrex® glass 1 Wikipedia
Quartz Wikipedia
Quartz glass Wikipedia NIST
Rhodonite Wikipedia
Riebeckite Wikipedia
Rock fiber Wikipedia
Rock wool Wikipedia
Sanidine Wikipedia
Serpentine group Wikipedia
Si 6 7 Wikipedia NIST
Si(CH3)4 1 Wikipedia NIST
Si(OH)4 2 Wikipedia NIST
Si3N4 2 Wikipedia NIST
SiC 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
SiCl4 3 6 Wikipedia NIST
SiF4 5 5 Wikipedia NIST
[SiF6]2- 2 2 NIST
[SiH3]- 1 NIST
SiH4 5 Wikipedia NIST
SiHCl3 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Silane 5 Wikipedia NIST
Silane grafted polyethylene 1 1 NIST
Silane grafted polyethylene, partially hydrolysed 1 1 NIST
Silane, tetramethyl 1 Wikipedia NIST
Siliate ion hydrogen NIST
Silica 5 21 Wikipedia NIST
Silicate ion 1 3 Wikipedia NIST
Silicate of soda 2 Wikipedia NIST
Silicic acid 2 Wikipedia NIST
Silicic acid, sodium salt 2 Wikipedia NIST
Silicochloroform 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon 6 7 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon carbide 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon carbide fibers 1 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon dioxide 5 21 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon hexafluoride dianion 2 2 NIST
Silicon hydride 5 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon nitride 2 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon steel Wikipedia NIST
Silicon tetrachloride 3 6 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon tetrafluoride 5 5 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon tetrahydride 5 Wikipedia NIST
Silicon(IV) oxide 5 21 Wikipedia NIST
Silicone, dimethyl 1 NIST
Silyl anion 1 NIST
Silyl cation, trimethyl NIST
SiO2 5 21 Wikipedia NIST
[SiO3]2- 1 3 Wikipedia NIST
[SiO4]4- 2 Wikipedia NIST
Sioplas 1 NIST
Slag 4 Wikipedia NIST
Slag fiber
Slag wool
Soda-lime glass 1 Wikipedia
Sodalite Wikipedia
Sodium hexafluorosilicate 1 1 NIST
Sodium orthosilicate 2 Wikipedia NIST
Sodium silicate solution 2 Wikipedia NIST
Soluble glass 2 Wikipedia NIST
Sphene Wikipedia
Spodumene 1 Wikipedia
Staurolite Wikipedia
Steel, silicon Wikipedia NIST
Stibite Wikipedia
Talc Wikipedia
Tetrachlorosilane 3 6 Wikipedia NIST
Tetramethylsilane 1 Wikipedia NIST
Thomsonite Wikipedia
Titanite Wikipedia
TMS 1 Wikipedia NIST
Topaz Wikipedia
Tremolite asbestos Wikipedia
Trichloromethylsilane 1 Wikipedia NIST
Trichlorosilane 1 1 Wikipedia NIST
Trimethoxyvinylsilane 1 NIST
alpha, omega-bis(trimethylsiloxy)poly(dimethylsiloxane) 1 NIST
Trimethylsilyl cation NIST
bis(Trimethylsilyl)amide anion 1 NIST
bis(Trimethylsilyl) amine 1 NIST
Vermiculite Wikipedia
Water glass 2 Wikipedia NIST
Willemite Wikipedia
Wollastonite Wikipedia
Zeolite 9 Wikipedia NIST
Zinc silicate 1 Wikipedia NIST
Zircon Wikipedia
Zirconium silicate 1 Wikipedia NIST
Zn2SiO4 1 Wikipedia NIST
Zoisite Wikipedia
ZrSiO4 1 Wikipedia NIST

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