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To make a tooth or dental restoration smoother and glossier, usually by the action of friction.
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Check for the sample here @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2436706 Polished concrete is concrete that has been processed through a series of mechanically ground "polishing/grinding" steps similar to the production of terrazzo.
Sun, "Potential material for fabricating optical mirrors: polished diamond coated silicon carbide," Applied Optics, vol.
Bluing will only roughen the polished surface when the substrate is rough or has somehow become rough in the process of application.
The TopShine Polished Concrete process utilizes ultra-flexible abrasive technologies coupled with proprietary densifiers that follow the contour of the concrete surface to polish over inconsistencies and flaws left by concrete finishing.
The researcher demonstrated that teeth polished in this way become too "slippery" for the "bad" bacteria that is responsible for the destruction of dental enamel.
Jeff Yates: Polished concrete is a mechanical grinding and polishing process that uses industrial diamonds, along with hardeners and sealers to level, densify, polish and finally seal the floor from within the interior of the floor surface.
Equipped with a precision mechanism based on the company's unique polishing films (Nano Tape) and polishing liquids, the washer uses high-pressure water jet to clean polished TFT substrates.
Using a diamond saw, he sliced the ax parallel to the polished surface and then buffed the new surfaces with commercial polishing equipment using three abrasives: diamond, corundum, and quartz.
Almost 50 years later, Clarke, now 69, a Canadian citizen and renowned writer, speaks to large crowds in major cities in the world, not about political causes but about his iconoclastic, award-winning new novel, The Polished Hoe (Amistad Press, June 2003, $24.95, ISBN 0-060-55565-3).
Clear hot mount materials that are hardened under high pressure and temperature may cause the particles to be redistributed over too large a volume with the end result being only a few particles exposed over the polished surface at the same time.

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