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silica

noun sil·i·ca \ˈsil-i-kə\

Medical Definition of SILICA

:  the dioxide of silicon SiO2 that is used as an ingredient of simethicone and that occurs naturally in crystalline, amorphous, and impure forms (as in quartz, opal, and sand respectively)—called also silicon dioxide
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