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Disilane (Si2H6)

Disilane is a chemical compound with chemical formula Si2H6 that was identified in 1902 by Henri Moissan and Samuel Smiles (1877–1953). Moissan and Smiles reported disilane as being among the products formed by the action of dilute acids on metal silicides. Although these reactions had been previously investigated by Friedrich Woehler and Heinrich Buff between 1857 and 1858, Moissan and Smiles were the first to explicitly identify disilane. They referred to disilane as silicoethane. Higher members of the homologous series SinH2n+2 formed in these reactions were subsequently identified by Carl Somiesky (sometimes spelled “Karl Somieski”) and Alfred Stock.

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  • GTD-2000Tx IECEx Gas Detector Disilane (Si2H6) 0-15 ppm

    Continuous detection of toxic gases and oxygen in explosion hazardous area with flame proof structure Self diagnosis function with built-in Microprocessor Excellent selectivity by adapting detection principle only for toxic gases & oxygen Superior performance for detecting toxic gases below TLV Multi functions and high quality with low cost of ownership Built-in back light LCD…

  • GTD-3000Tx IECEx Gas Detector Disilane (Si2H6) 0-15 ppm

    Continuous detection of toxic gases and oxygen in explosion hazardous area with flame proof structure Self diagnosis function with built-in Microprocessor Excellent selectivity by adapting detection principle only for toxic gases & oxygen Stable quality and proved detection principle for service life | Built-in back light LCD or OLED display Auto calibration and program setting…

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