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Silicone is converted to a rubber-elastic state via chemical crosslinking.

Silicone is converted to a rubber-elastic state via chemical crosslinking. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich and the Munich-based WACKER Group have now developed a foundation for a crosslinking method that involves no precious metals. (photo: WACKER)

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Dr. Richard Weidner

Dr. Richard Weidner oversees organosilicon research at the Consortium für elektrochemische Industrie, WACKER’s central research and development facility. (photo: WACKER)

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Professor Bernhard Rieger

Professor Bernhard Rieger holds the WACKER Chair of Macromolecular Chemistry at the Technical University of Munich. (photo: Rieger)

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New Study Confirms That WACKER’s Antioxidant HTEssence® Promotes Heart Health

HTEssence®, available as a water-soluble powder or in liquid form, has a positive effect on heart health (photo: WACKER).

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New Study Confirms That WACKER’s Antioxidant HTEssence® Promotes Heart Health

High LDL (low density lipoprotein) levels are one main factor for the occurrence of coronary heart disease and arteriosclerosis (diagram: WACKER).

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