acrylic resin


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acrylic resin

any of a group of polymers or copolymers of acrylic acid, its esters, or amides, used as synthetic rubbers, textiles, paints, adhesives, and as plastics such as Perspex

acrylic resin

[ə′kril·ik ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
A thermoplastic synthetic organic polymer made by the polymerization of acrylic derivatives such as acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, ethyl acrylate, and methyl acrylate; used for adhesives, protective coatings, and finishes.

acrylic resin, acrylate resin

One of a group of thermoplastic resins made from esters of acrylic acid; exceptionally tough, stable, resistant to chemicals, and transparent; used as a binder, in sheet form, as an air-curing adhesive, and as the main ingredient in some caulks and sealants.
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The research trend of the published literature from year 1990 to 2017 (Fig 1) on "Google Scholar" search engine for the key words "acrylic teeth and acrylic resin denture bases and teeth debonding" showed a surge in the number of publications from year 2007 and onwards.
This study evaluates four denture cleansers for their mode of action in tea stain removal from clear acrylic resin (DPI heat cure) material.
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Preparation of self-cure acrylic resin sample: Two piece metal mould was prepared of size 65 mm in length, 20 mm in width, 3 mm thickness to prepare wax samples.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Acrylic Resin market during the period 2014-2018.
Abbreviations used in the study are as follows, Cold Cure Acrylic Resin (CCAR), GC Light Cure Acrylic Resin (GC LCAR), Protemp II (P-II), Degree of Freedom (DF), Some of Squares (sS), Means of Squares (MSS), Standard Deviation (Std.
Using the acrylic resin for construction of such extensive facial prosthesis has shown suitable results, as they are easy to fabricate and readjust.
Several authors have reported increased adhesion of both Candida albicans and Streptococcus oralis to rough acrylic resin surfaces.
The effect of polymerizing conventional heat-polymerizable acrylic resin by microwave activation was also evaluated.
The separation of two resins occurred in a short time, and after 10 min, 90% of an acrylic resin (Al) was placed in the top layer (Fig.