chemically cured resin

chem·ic·al·ly cured res·in

a resin that contains an initiator, usually benzoyl peroxide, and an activator, usually a tertiary amine, in separate pastes. When mixed, the amine reacts with the benzoyl peroxide to form free radicals and polymerization occurs.
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chem·ic·al·ly cured re·sin

(kemi-kăl-ē kyūrd rezin)
Resin that contains an initiator and an activator in separate pastes. When mixed, amine reacts with the benzoyl peroxide to form free radicals and polymerization occurs.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Various materials such as adhesive systems, alone or in conjunction with flowable composite, microfilled composite, hybrid composites, nanocomposites, dual or chemically cured resin cements and glass ionomers; have been used for crown reattachment.
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