Silicone tin

Organosilicon refers to a compound containing a silicon-carbon bond (Si-C) in the molecule, and at least one organic group is directly connected to the silicon atom. Those compounds that indirectly link organic groups to silicon atoms through oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, etc. Among them, polysiloxanes composed of silicon-oxygen bonds (-Si-O-Si-) as the main chain are the most widely used, accounting for about More than 90% of the total consumption of silicon products. Organosilicon tin molecules are organic compounds containing silicon-carbon bonds and metal-carbon bonds, as well as tin elements. These compounds are widely used in the field of organic synthesis, such as important reagents and catalysts in organometallic chemistry. Organosilicon tin chemistry has become a widely studied scientific field and is a part of organosilicon chemistry.

Some organosilicon tin compounds exhibit high thermal stability and durability properties, and are widely used in industrial manufacturing, such as building materials and electronic circuit manufacturing. In addition, some organosilicon tin compounds are also used to prepare crosslinking agents or additives for other materials or compounds, and are also widely used in industrial and medical fields.

However, organosilicon tin compounds are somewhat toxic and may be harmful to The environment and health pose potential hazards, so it is necessary to pay attention to safe operation and protection of the environment when using it. It is necessary to store, transport and use these substances under proper conditions, and to abide by the relevant safe use regulations to ensure the safety of human beings and the environment.