In any of these formulas the sodium silicate (40° B.) may be increased to the same proportion as the fats used.
The residue is well washed, ignited, and weighed as SiO2, and from this silica is calculated the sodium silicate.
A good method for the preservation of eggs is the use of sodium silicate, or water glass.
Cold made soaps are readily filled with sodium silicate which is added at the same time the stock is put into the crutcher.
sodium silicate, extensively used as a filler, however, will only show itself in forming a pasty liquid.
The water is slightly alkaline and resembles a very dilute solution of sodium silicate (water glass).
It is very refractory, and is applied by mixing with water and some bond, such as sodium silicate or gas-tar.
Eggs are submerged in lime-water or a dilute solution of sodium silicate (soluble glass).