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Title: Water sorption and solubility of organic modified ceramic filling materials.
Authors: Al-Saif, K.
Keywords: Water sorption; solubility; organic; modified; ceramic filling materials
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Egyptian Dental Association
Citation: Egyptian Dental Journal: 52(3.1); 1425
Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate water sorption and solubility of Organic modified ceramic filling materials. Four types of tooth colored restorative materials were selected. Two type of Ormacer (Admira MlR, Definite DEF) and one type of Compomer (Dyract DYR) and one composite resin (Point P4). All materials were prepared in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. The measurement of water sorption and solubility were carried in accordance with ISO 4049 Standard. The results showed that the sorption and solubility of Ormocer (MlR) was the highest. While (Compomer DYR) had the highest in sorption (8.09) but had the lowest in solubility (0.39 ug/mm3). Although, (Definite DEF) was the lowest in Sorption (4.85 ug/mm3) and the lowest Solubility (0.42 ug/mm3). While (resin composite P4) was in between. It was 5.4 and 1.56 ug/mm3 for sorption and solubility respectively.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16726
ISSN: 0070-9484
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