methylmethacrylate

methylmethacrylate

/meth·yl·meth·ac·ry·late/ (meth″il-meth-ak´rĭ-lāt) see under methyl.

methylmethacrylate

used in orthopedic surgery to construct protective structures, e.g. in laminectomy to protect the spinal meninges, in dentistry, and to cement prostheses.
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McAfee PC, Bohlman HH, Ducker TB, et al: Failure of stabilization of the spine with methylmethacrylate.
The permissible environmental level for MMA is 10 parts/million of air i-e 410 mg/cubic meter of air in 8 hours shift or 100 ppm methylmethacrylate vapour in dental laboratory and operating rooms.
Graft copolymerization of methylmethacrylate onto caesarweed fibers by the potassium permanganate-toluene redox system.
Evonik Industries AG, one of the worlds leading specialty chemicals companies and the inventor of methylmethacrylate (MMA) cold plastic road markings, hosted an award ceremony at the Residence of the German Ambassador today to present the Evonik Road Safety Award to the Department of Rural Roads, Thailand (DRR), as an acknowledgment and reward for their contributions to road safety in Thailand, especially in rural areas.
Tremco focuses on higher-performance polyurethane systems that are blended with methylmethacrylate for a unique combination of durability and the elongation/elasticity required as the roof structure expands and contracts.
2011), working with methylmethacrylate in hip arthroplasty, also stated that the immediate characteristics of bone-cement-implant interface is one of the most important factors that contribute to initial mechanical fixation and consequent improvement of clinical outcome.
Denizli, Immobilization of glucoamylase onto spacer-arm attached magnetic poly methylmethacrylate microspheres: characterization and application to a continuous flow reactor, Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic, 11 (2000) 127-138.
Knowing the toxicity, shrinkage and heat generation of bone cements, I thought that perhaps we could replace the toxic methylmethacrylate in bone cement with the non-toxic silorane resin used in composites.
The effect of adjunctive methylmethacrylate on failures of fixation and function in patients with intertrochanteric fractures and osteoporosis.
Methylmethacrylate (MMA), which contributes strength and hardness, but has poor oxygen permeability
Long-term experience with methylmethacrylate cranioplasty in craniofacial surgery.
Eudragit L-100, which is a copolymer of methacrylic acid and methylmethacrylate at a ratio of 1:1, was a product of Rohm Pharma, Weiterstadt, Germany.