ionomer


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ionomer

[ī′än·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
Polymer with covalent bonds between the elements of the chain, and ionic bonds between the chains.
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Gutknecht, "Effect of radiant heat on conventional glass ionomer cements during setting by using a blue light diode laser system (445 nm)," Lasers in Medical Science, vol.
As previously suggested [32], in the case of higher levels of Ti[O.sub.2], as in the 7% groups, insufficient interfacial bonding of polyacrylic ionomer and the nanotubes to acids will affect GIC's hardness.
GC is distinguished from glass ionomer by its nanosized powder particles and fluorapatite crystals.
Keywords: Dentin Sensitivity; Dentin Desensitizing Agents; Glass Ionomer Cements; Randomized Controlled Trial.
Overall, films made with either the ionomer or EP peel polymer in the seal layer and a barrier HDPE would produce an effective, peelable seal film with enhanced barrier properties.
The thermal properties of each ionomer sample weighing 10 mg were obtained by DSC measurements using a Q100 calorimeter (TA Instruments).
The aim of this study was to investigate whether there are any effects from five different glass ionomer luting materials on the initial adhesion of S.
These apical spaces were sealed with glass ionomer restorative cement (Fuji II, GC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan).
The resin formulation in Nike Golf's 20XI ball is based on DuPont HPF ionomer technology.
(16) The Activ GP System uses a gutta-percha master cone that has been coated and impregnated with glass ionomer particles.