WEAR OF DIMETHACRYLATE RESINS USED IN DENTAL COMPOSITES.

J. M. Powers, W. H. Douglas, R. G. Craig

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Abstract

Wear of dimethacrylate resins used as the matrix phase in dental restorative composites was characterized by two-body abrasion and single-pass sliding. Ranking of the resins was obtained by both tests. Two resins that had low values of tangential force and track width also showed relatively ductile modes of surface failure for the normal loads tested. A monomethacrylate fluorine-containing resin did not show improved wear properties by these methods of testing.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages605-608
Number of pages4
StatePublished - Jan 1 1979
EventWear of Mater, Presented at the Int Conf on Wear of Mater, Dearborn 00001500 -
Duration: Apr 16 1979Apr 18 1979

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OtherWear of Mater, Presented at the Int Conf on Wear of Mater, Dearborn 00001500
Period4/16/794/18/79

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    Powers, J. M., Douglas, W. H., & Craig, R. G. (1979). WEAR OF DIMETHACRYLATE RESINS USED IN DENTAL COMPOSITES.. 605-608. Paper presented at Wear of Mater, Presented at the Int Conf on Wear of Mater, Dearborn 00001500, .