Sodium silicate; used at one time to preserve eggs, by forming a layer of insoluble calcium silicate around the shell, and so sealing the pores.
A silicate of potassium or sodium, soluble in hot water but solid at ordinary temperatures, used for fixed dressings. Also called water glass.
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