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compo

1. Any composition material.
2. Mortar made with an appropriate proportion of cement, lime, and sand.
3. Various plastic cements and pastes which harden on exposure, as papiermâché.
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Traditional whirlpool technology is no longer part of TOTO's products, says Compos. "The residual water in the old products was a breeding ground for bacteria," she says.
The figure shows that 23% of the total predicted strontium was released meaning 7.4 ppm of 32 ppm was released from COMPO 2 on the 3rd day.
The figure shows that 1.2% of the total predicted fluoride was released meaning 0.17 ppm of the total 14.1 ppm was released from COMPO 2 on the 3rd day.
But there was a fear of the reaction between strontium and fluoride that could cause crystallization when they both were incorporated together in glass COMPO 2.
COMPO 2 had the highest amount of fluoride release on the 3rd day as compared to the other set of glasses followed by a decrease of the release at a later time point.