- Einecs Number 247-744-4
- HMIS 2-1-1-X
- Molecular Formula C13H29NO3Si
- Molecular Weight (g/mol) 275.46
- TSCA Yes
- Boiling Point (˚C/mmHg) NA
Silanes and silicon compounds are offered in research and commercial quantities and are used for a variety of applications.
A wide variety of inert silicone materials and reactive silicones for formulating are available.
Gelest offers a variety of metal-organic products which can be used as catalysts in synthetic reactions.
Our Bimax product line offers acrylates & specialty monomers for formulation development and polymer synthesis.
Coatings, Adhesives, Sealants, and ElastomersC.A.S.E. Overview
Micro-Particle Surface Modification
Gelest provides chemistries and deposition technologies for microparticle modifications that dramatically enhance color, polarity, adhesion, dispersion, rheological behavior, photo/chemical/thermal stability, moisture/corrosion resistance, and mechanical/electrical properties.
Silane Coupling Agents
Silanes can be used to prime metals, bind biomaterial, immobilize catalysts, provide crosslinking, and improve polymer and particle dispersions. They can also enhance adhesive bonding, increase electrical properties, maximize composite strength, and increase mechanical properties. Information on what a silane coupling agent is, how to choose one, and how to apply one can be found here.
Silanes & Silicones for Epoxy Resins
Silanes and silicones can modify epoxy resin performance by improving adhesion and controlled release, modifying rheological behavior, altering optical/dielectric/low temperature properties, and providing thermal stress relaxation. Included are silane coupling agents, epoxy-functional silicones, silane and silicone hardeners, and organosilane-modified silica.