methacrylate resin


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meth·ac·ry·late res·in

a translucent plastic material, used for the manufacture of various medical appliances, surgical instruments, and seating components used in total joint replacement; it possesses the optic properties of fused quartz and is readily molded when heated; formerly used in electron microscopy for embedding tissues, now superseded by epoxy resins.

meth·ac·ry·late res·in

(methă-krilāt rezin)
Translucent plastic material, used to manufacture various medical appliances, surgical instruments, and seating components used in total joint replacement.
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On the other hand, methacrylate resin matrix of some FRC posts exhibit a good affinity in terms of bonding between the post matrix and the methacrylate based adhesive and resin cements, this affinity will result in good chemical bonding between the fiber post and cement or core build up.
This active sandblasting improved bond strength of FRC posts especially with methacrylate resin,32 whereas less effectively improved bond strength is observed with epoxy resin based posts.
The dicumyl peroxide cure system with the methacrylate resin gives the cured roll excellent compression set and heat aging characteristics.
Effect of polyaramid fiber reinforcement on the strength of 3 denture base polymethyl methacrylate resins. J Prosthodont.
Effect of Anatase Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles on the Flexural Strength of Heat Cured Poly Methyl Methacrylate Resins: An In-Vitro Study.
The Commission's investigation of the planned transaction showed that the horizontal and vertical overlaps between Evonik's chemical activities and some of the companies controlled by CVC were limited and that all products considered (thermoplastic methacrylate resins) would still be offered by strong and effective competitors holding significant market shares.
The methodologies and techniques utilized to characterize and evaluate the methacrylate resins, the ACP fillers, and their composites are summarized in Table 6.
Davidson, Polymerization Contraction and Conversion of Light-curing BisGMA-based Methacrylate Resins, Biomaterials 14 (11), 871-875 (1993).
A second paper on LPMC by NCI notes that this thickening technology can be applied to SMC of phenolic and methyl methacrylate resins. NCI also reports thatLPMC tooling requires a shear edge to seal off the mold around the part perimeter.
The new site has an annual capacity of approximately 100,000 metric tons of MMA, and also includes plants for production of methacrylic acid, butyl methacrylate, hydroxy esters, specialty monomers, polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) molding compounds and thermoplastic methacrylate resins. The 25,000 square meter research center houses laboratories for research, development, application, and technical service, and a pilot plant for polymer technology.
The polymethyl methacrylate resins used in the fabrication of prosthetic teeth are very similar to the poly methyl methacrylate used to fabricate cast acrylic rods (Perspex).
biofilm formed on polyamide and polymethyl methacrylate resins. J Prosthet Dent 2010; 105: 5158.