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bond strength

amount of force required to break the connection between a bonded (dental) restoration and the tooth surface with the failure occurring in or near the adhesive/adherens interface.

bond strength

(bond strength)
Expression of degree of adherence between tooth surface and another material.
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To further test the assumption that carbohydrates in soy flour serve mainly as interfering molecules, several other carbohydrates were added to the soy protein isolate, at the concentration of total carbohydrates that occurs in soy flour, and tested for their effect on the ABES wet bond strength.
This study was conducted at the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum for bonding the brackets on the teeth and for bond strength testing.
Bond strength and interfacial micromorphology of compomers in primary and permanent teeth.
A shear bond strength study was previously conducted, where half the samples were pre-cured to dentine and the other half samples were co-cured along with the CR.
Shear bond strength (SBS) average values in MPa (where 1 Pa = 1 kg .
The combination of very hard and brittle properties and high bond strength leads to reports of two significant problems.
The putty cures at room temperature (hardening starts in 60 min) to form a machinable composite with high bond strength at high temperatures.
Bracco also says, "The quick return to service and additional benefits of all-season application and high bond strength to concrete make this Flexmar Coating System truly revolutionary and unique.
2003) have been used to produce a PU resin for wood by refining the oils into glycerol and fatty acids and then reacting them with isocyanate to evaluate their bond strength with polybutylene.
High lamination bond strength balanced with good transfer and printability.
PORON Foam Tape supplies the bond, the profile, and the protection needed for success, outperforming competitive materials in bond strength simulations by as much as 20%.
Fuller's water-based line with excellent clarity on various films, high bond strength, high chemical resistance and high heat resistance.