disilicate

disilicate

[dī′sil·ə‚kāt]
(chemistry)
A silicate compound that has two silicon atoms in the molecule.
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II-28 Innovations in Restorative Materials II-28 Benefits and Drawbacks of Available Restoration Materials II-29 S82 Fluorcanasite II-29 Benefits and Drawbacks of Fluorcanasite and S82 Fluorcanasite II-29 Zirconia II-30 Lithium Disilicate II-30 Provisional Materials: Major Dental Fabrication Elements II-30 Conventional Provisional Materials II-30 Advanced Materials II-31 Digital Restorative Systems: A Brief Overview II-31 Digital Impression Systems II-32 Key Concerns Related to Digital Impressions II-32 Chairside CAD/CAM Systems II-32 Digital Scanners and Cameras II-32 Open and Closed Architecture II-33 Software for Digital Dental Restorations II-34 3.
Articles address such topics as ultimate ceramic veneers, post and core restorations, minimally invasive treatment of initial dental erosion using pressed lithium disilicate glass-ceramic restorations, ultraconservative esthetic treatment, the internal staining technique, fluorescence, smile individualization, and chipping occurrence in zirconia-based prostheses.
5) Most recent developments include the lithium disilicate ceramic called IPS e-max CAD, that has a high flexural strength while maintaining its esthetics.
These include zirconia, titanium, chrome cobalt, wax, PMMA and lithium disilicate.
The book's highly illustrated and detailed articles cover topics such as prosthetic gingival restoration, porcelain jacket crowns, ultraconservative esthetic rehabilitation using lithium disilicate ceramic, opacity control of zirconia restorations, and noninvasive pontic site development.
These new tough materials include lithium disilicate (glass ceramics comprised of lithium oxide, silica and other materials) and high-tensile-strength zirconium oxide ceramics.
It is clear that there are large proportions of tricalcium disilicate (C3S2), which is not a constituent of Portland cement, and calcium sulphate present at temperatures up to 1250[degrees]C.
Stookey was working on silver-based photography in glass when the furnace overheated, allowing silver particles to nucleate lithium metasilicate followed by almost complete crystallization of the glass to lithium disilicate, a phase close in composition to that of the original glass.
US 6,172,020 B1: Colgate-Palmolive researchers have patented an automatic dishwashing tablet which contains hydrated sodium tripolyphosphate, dialkali metal disilicate, alkali metal carbonate, anhydrous sodium tripolyphosphate, low-foaming nonionic surfactant, sulfonic acid polymer, peroxygen bleach, peroxygen bleach activator, protease enzyme, amylase enzyme, hydrotrope and clay.
Although sometimes when impure limestone was calcined to make the lime, a calcium disilicate compound called belite was inadvertently made.
Of the materials used to fabricate CAD/CAM restorations, high growth over the next five years in all-ceramic restorations will mainly stem from the segment of newer and alternative materials such as lithium disilicate.
S 3D and 2D Marginal Fit of Pressed and CAD/CAM Lithium Disilicate Crowns Made From Digital and Conventional Impressions University of Iowa