What is another word for silica?
[ sˈɪlɪkə], [ sˈɪlɪkə], [ s_ˈɪ_l_ɪ_k_ə]
Related words: silicate, silicon dioxide, sand, sandstone, quartz sand, silicon dioxide molecular weight
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Synonyms for Silica:
n.• mineral (noun)
- fool's gold,
How to use "Silica" in context?
Silica is a mineral that is found in many different forms across the world. Silica is a compound of silicon and oxygen, and is a common component of sand, quartz, and other rocks. Silica is also a commonly used material in various products, including glass, semiconductors, and ceramics.
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Proper noun, singular
Noun, singular or mass
- Proper noun, singular
Homophones for Silica:
- saw log, suillus, Seleucus I, skulk, scaleless, silicosis, scallywag, slick, sulawesi, socialize, seleucus, Siskiyou Lewisia, slag, saluki, shekels, silk, sexualize, sociology, skywalk, scalage, scalic, shoeless, schulz, sea slug, sexless, sea louse, scalelike, shellack, shoe lace, slouchy, Sao Louis, shoelace, silique, sills, sclk, slice, salk, sialis, saw-like, soulless, shellac, shigellosis, salicaceae, salix, sluggish, sluiceway, siliqua, slack, silex, seychellois, slough, scoliosis, shlock, slews, sash lock, slask, shell-less, slush, Seljuk, sales, silky oak, slug, squalus, slouch, scalawag, shylock, salish, sloughy, sleaze, saw logs, silks, soliloquize, siliceous, suchlike, squelch, silesia, silage, suslik, souslik, saxicolous, sleazy, slosh, sexualise, schoolhouse, sulk, slog, slake, soleus, scale wax, syllogize, sluice, soliloquy, salsa, schlock, slushy, silky, seychelles, silk oak, soliloquise, slowcoach, shillelagh, saclike, sleigh, soleless, silicious, selachii, slash, sulcus, sacculus, slacks, shell shock, solace, sls, Sauce Louis, syllogise, sulky, slezsko, soul kiss, seles, shellac wax, sleek, sillago, socialise, salacious.
Holonyms for Silica:
crystal, vitreous silica, lechatelierite, quartz glass, cristobalite, quartz, tridymite.
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