Definition Of Silicone

Mar 17, 2021

Organosilicon, that is, an organosilicon compound, refers to a compound that contains Si-C bonds and at least one organic group is directly connected to a silicon atom. It is customary to use oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, etc. to connect the organic group to the silicon atom. The connected compound is also regarded as an organosilicon compound. Among them, polysiloxanes with silicon-oxygen bonds (-Si-O-Si-) as the skeleton are the most numerous, the most researched, and the most widely used type of organosilicon compounds, accounting for more than 90% of the total amount. .

Send Inquiry