Bauer, "Micropush-out dentine bond strength of a new gutta-percha and niobium phosphate glass
composite," International Endodontic Journal, vol.
The filler selected for this study is a phosphate glass
(P-glass) which was combined with two polymer systems known for their ME3DP compatibility: (1) PL A, which is commonly used particularly in home-use or desktop grade ME3DP platforms; and (2) a version of the ABS:SEBS-g-MA blend first reported by Siqueiros et al.
The mechanism of the FR behavior of the P-glasses in PA6,6 is described and the FR property will be shown to be strongly dependent on the type of the reactants used to prepare inorganic phosphate glass
The main component which forms the basis and backbone of the phosphate glass
structure is PO 3- which is surrounded by metal cations which balance the whole structure.4 This forms a tetrahedral structure and with the help of adjacent ions it forms a three dimensional network.
Thus, depolymerisation of phosphate glass
structure had shift the frequency of the IR band.
Limsuwan, "Mass attenuation coefficients and effective atomic numbers in phosphate glass
containing Bi2O3, PbO and BaO at 662 keV," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, vol.
Rudd, "Cytocompatibility, degradation, mechanical property retention and ion release profiles for phosphate glass
fibre reinforced composite rods," Materials Science and Engineering C, vol.
Weinberg, "Oxidatio-reduction equilibrium in copper phosphate glass
melted in air," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol.
Among the topics are the effect of paper sludge ash on the compressive strength of composites with plaster of Paris, luminescence properties of samarium doped with magnesium phosphate glass
, the effect of water content on structural and photoelectrochemical properties of titania nanotubes synthesized in fluoride ethylene glycol electrolyte, the effect of electric field treatment on the performance of an organic solar cell doped with salt, and the surface morphology of selenium oxide under different concentrations of oxygen by the thermal evaporation method.
Figures 2a and b are SEM images of 50 vol% (i.e., 90% by weight) inorganic phosphate glass
(Pglass) in Pglass-polyethylene (Fig.
Supporters of the iron phosphate glass
matrix contend it would better deal with problem waste constituents including sulfates, aluminum and chromium and be less costly and time-consuming.