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Design and fabrication of micro/nanosize hollow silicate particles (MNHSPs) with varied sizes and morphologies are of great interest especially in developing an optical and new generation of thermal insulation materials (TIM) for buildings. The key point is to develop a simple / faster with eco-friendly route with sustainable / stable hollow silicate particles of different sizes (micro and nano) and geometry (shell thickness) as well as to characterize their physico-chemical with thermal physical properties with an aim of applying them for optical and thermal energy efficiency applications. This is essential since buildings constitute a substantial part in reducing the total global energy consumption. Hence, developing a simple-environmentally friendly process for MNHSPs in TIM applications