Silicones are silicon-containing polymer materials who have found wide use in industry because of their great stability. They are available as fluids, sealant-adhesives, moldable resins, and rubbers. When the first silicone oil made in the 1870s, its insensitivity to both high and low temperatures noted, but the first silicone rubbers were not invented until 1943. In the 1950s silicones developed commercially for the aerospace and electronics industries but rapidly found applications in many fields, especially construction. Some fluid silicon is used in garment finishing, giving a smooth handle to fabrics.
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