ceramic bond

ceramic bond

A bond between materials which are exposed to temperatures approaching the fusion point of the mixture, as a result of thermochemical reaction between the materials.
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Since then various types of metal ceramic restorations have been developed with advancements being made in both metal and porcelain for an effective metal ceramic bond.
Recently, it was demonstrated that glass particle size of resin cements significantly influenced ceramic bond strength, while surface treatments showed a minor effect [24].
One way to form a ceramic bond is to spread a glass slurry between the ceramic layers and then to heat the sandwich to create a seal.
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