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olivia - 5/14/2005 6:13:54 PM

what are the chemical/physical properties of silicon?

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E-mail address bob the builder - 4/27/2005 9:28:14 PM

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http://chemistry.about.com/library/blsi.htm
http://www.vcs.ethz.ch/chemglobe/ptoe/_/14.html

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E-mail address Amanda - 11/5/2004 6:36:42 PM

i am doin a project for chemistry and i am wondering if anyone had any information on silicon, its properties and the chemistry of silicon implants. if anybody can tell me anyting about andy of the above, please email me back with the information. thankyou

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E-mail address toby - 8/15/2004 8:05:58 AM

i got ALOT of info on silicon, if you need some just email me

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E-mail address tonia - 2/27/2003 4:57:12 PM

  E-mail address sarah - 10/30/2002 2:45:04 PM
  Silicon is used for silicon implants in medicine. Its also used to make bricks and concreate, also used in solid state devices.

its nice to see yougn children having interest in science.
Im doing a project 2 and im 65!

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E-mail address sarah - 10/30/2002 2:45:04 PM

  Joud - 5/15/2002 4:43:02 PM
  Im only 10 but im doing a project about silicon. It is used in a lot of computer chips.

Silicon is used for silicon implants in medicine. Its also used to make bricks and concreate, also used in solid state devices.

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E-mail address sarah - 10/30/2002 2:42:52 PM

what are the phisical properties of silicon?

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Joud - 5/15/2002 4:43:02 PM

  E-mail address stephanie - 1/26/2000 9:19:35 PM
  does anyone know anything interesting about silicon? Or what it is used for?

Im only 10 but im doing a project about silicon. It is used in a lot of computer chips.

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E-mail address chelsea - 10/14/2001 4:51:09 AM

what is the molecule:SiO4 tetrahedron the for stands for the atoms!

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E-mail address Lee - 5/1/2001 8:44:37 PM

How many electrons are in the n=4 energy level of silicon?

-and-

How many electrons could be in the n=4 level?

Thanks,
Lee

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E-mail address Stargirl94@yahoo.com - 10/8/2000 7:11:11 PM

does anybody know any chemical properties of silicon

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E-mail address Chris - 2/10/2000 6:11:37 PM

Cool site I am using at school...

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E-mail address stephanie - 1/26/2000 9:19:35 PM

does anyone know anything interesting about silicon? Or what it is used for?

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