base material

base ma·te·ri·al

any substance from which a denture base may be made (for example, shellac, acrylic resin, vulcanite, polystyrene, metal).

base ma·te·ri·al

(bās mă-tērē-ăl)
Substance from which a denture base may be made (e.g., shellac, acrylic resin, vulcanite, polystyrene, metal).
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Brian Van Flandern: The base material in whiskey obviously plays an important role in the flavor profile.
Toshiba's new technology for forming the gate-insulating film is based on nitrogen (N2) gas annealing of silicon dioxide (SiO2) as the base material for the gate-insulating film, not today's widely used nitric oxide (NO, N2O) gas annealing.
This study was undertaken to evaluate and compare the flexural strength of two commonly used flexible denture base resins with conventional heat cured PMMA denture base resins available in the market and select the best denture base material for the clinical situation.
The coatings applied using this process can dramatically improve the performance of the base material. Customers' parts can be made to be harder and more wear resistant, made to withstand extremely high temperatures and are able to be used in the most extreme corrosive environments.
They can be classified as thermoplastic acetal, thermoplastic polycarbonates, thermoplastic acrylic and thermoplastic nylon (polyamides).9 However, the desired denture base material has not been developed yet.
The promising results obtained from our previous studies on Li-nMg-B-N-H base material and the effects of Nb2O5 additive on the base material thus led to further investigation.
Advantages of the 900 Nano III doctor blade include the base material, which is based on the company's PrimeBlade 800 Refined Micro Alloy Tool steel.
Soldering is a process in which two or more base material parts (metal items) are joined together by melting and flowing a filler material into a very small gap between the parts.
Taking into account the adhesion in the common phase between nanotubes and the base material, the results showed that the more the adhesion exists, the more the strengthening effects of carbon nanotube would be."
Various Cu alloys and partly also Fe alloys are used as base materials. For classic evaluation, the software for every Au/Ni contact of the respective base material to be measured must be known (measured).
The opposite mark to the middle of the stroke was chosen as reference for base material roughness, because the stroke doesn't act on this point.