quartz fiber

quartz fiber

[′kwȯrts ′fī·bər]
(engineering)
An extremely fine and uniform quartz filament that may be used as a torsion thread or as an indicator in an electroscope or dosimeter.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of what man quartz fiber filter.
Intermittent loading of teeth restored using quartz fiber, carbon- quartz fiber and zirconium dioxide ceramic root canal posts.
A type of electroscope is also used in the quartz fiber radiation dosimeter.
10 reported no significant improvement in bond strength by separately applying silane and different adhesives on methacrylate based quartz fiber posts.
Intermittent loading of teeth restored using quartz fiber, carbon-quartz fiber, and zirconium dioxide ceramic root canal posts.
By the 1950s, electronic balances were developed that had beams made of quartz rods with a central quartz fiber.
The laser energy is delivered via a quartz fiber, either an end-firing or side-firing refractive 5.
Though the microwave method accepts porcelain, graphite and platinum crucibles, it is maximized using lightweight quartz fiber crucibles [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
A laser was used to deliver 630 nm light via the quartz fiber.
At 60% fiber volume in cyanate ester laminates, Hollex fiber gave 9% lower density than quartz fiber at equal stiffness.
Since the development of carbon fiber post in 1990, demands for better esthetics have lead to the development of tooth colored glass fiber and quartz fiber posts.