filled composite

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fill·ed com·po·site

(fild kŏm-poz'it)
Colloq. for fine particle composite resin (q.v.).
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Cylinders of nano- filled composite were bonded in two subgroups onto buccal enamel of all teeth using AdperTM Single Bond 2 (ASB) and Adper Prompt L-Pop (ALP) adhesive systems (n= 20 each).
Although nano silver particles might be useful as an antibacterial agent incorporated into dental composites, this metal influences the color of the esthetic restorative materials and reduces water contact angles of the heavily filled composite resins.
On the other hand, the increased concentration of lightweight particulate reinforcement such as micro balloons can aggravate the mechanical properties of the particle filled composite material [4].
To avoid diluting the filled composite resin, blot off the excess unfilled bonding adhesive with a lint-free gauze or a patient bib.
There is no structural order in such a filled composite, the most important aim being the uniform distribution of particles in matrix.
Within the limitation of this study we can conclude that the weak acids present in different beverages consumed daily have a great effect on the hardness and surface roughness or degradation of the nano- filled composite material.
The polymer chains for lower filled composite are more free to move without any restriction by the application of external pressure.
Session 1 on compound modifications will include the following presentations: "A new intelligent viscosity reduction concept--better processability without sacrifice in dynamic properties," Karl Meriting, Schill & Seilacher, Germany; "Low temperature curing with a cure system consisting of ZMBT or MBT, a dithiocarbamate, a cure activator and sulfur," Rabin Datta, Flexsys BV, Belgium; "Rubcon--technology of high filled composite materials," Oleg Figovsky, Israel Research Center Polymate; and "New optimized system for the lead-free crosslinking of epichlorohydrin (ECO) elastomer," Hans Martin Issel, RheinChemie GmbH, Germany.
Kundu and Lee [19] studied the effect of calcite/zeolite hybrid fillers on PP composites and found that the composite filled with calcite/zeolite hybrid fillers exhibited slightly higher Young's modulus and ultimate tensile strength than those of calcite filled composite, while the impact strength was lower.
Both the above mentioned studies used nano filled composites, 35-36% carbamide peroxide and 35-38% hydrogen peroxide as bleaching agents.
Some manufacturers (<<Ultrasoft Plastic, Alexandrov, Vladimir region, Russia and "Polymer Alliance," Khimki, Moscow region, Russia) produce highly filled composites based on EOC.