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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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Both, RelyX-Unicem resin cement and MultiCore build up material showed similar bonding strength.
VESTAKEEP PEEK L400G offers the strongest bonding strength with or without pre-plasma treatment.
The bond between the interlay film (in this case corona-treated polypropylene) and most generic PSAs is permanent and strong, with bonding strengths published by the tape supplier.
Improvements in bonding strength are evident from the results of the cone jolt toughness test (Fig.
For the main binder, a new CB (Chemical Bonding) segment was introduced to improve the dispersion and packing density of the magnetic particles, and the bonding strength between particles.
These products have amazing bonding strength and are acid free, non-toxic and odorless.
Dentine treatment effects on bonding strength of adhesive resin cements.
In addition, there have been developments in the identification of cellulose-binding domains to modify fibers and improve inter-fiber bonding strength.
7 MiPa (15 seconds) in PMMA-PVC welding attains better bonding strength, because these parts have larger Fpd and Fpl regions, which have no Fud in the central part.
With the development of self-adhesive Elastosil LR liquid silicone robber, products are now said to be available that develop outstanding bonding strength to various plastics and metals.