Improve the surface hardness of the blend PMMA / n- MgTiO3 to resist caries and bacteria
Hawraa Hussain Al-esami 1 * , Zainab AL-Ramadhan 1, Ziyad Shihab Ahmed AL-Sarraj 2, Fadhil K. Farhan 3
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1 Al-Mustansiriyah University College of Education, Bagdad – Iraq
2 Ministry of Science and Technology, Bagdad – Iraq
3 Karkh University of Science Faculty of Science, Medical physics, Bagdad – Iraq
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Abstract

In this study, the MgTiO3 ceramic system was used in a dry mixing method with 2: 1 mol and was reinforced to white acrylic powder used in dental applications to form a mixture of 1%, 2%, 3%, 4% and 5% of ceramic powder. The ultrasound technique was used to disperse the powder and distribute it homogeneously in the chloroform solution for one hour and then mixed it with acrylic powder in the same technique for half an hour. The tests were done for the samples made using industrial saliva with bacteria. Calculate the rate of wear using Pin on disc method. The results were interpreted based on the resulting images from the scanning electron microscope and the density of the prepared samples.

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https://doi.org/10.29333/ejgm/94043

Electron J Gen Med, 2018 - Volume 15 Issue 6, Article No: em91

Publication date: 18 Nov 2018

Online publication date: 07 Aug 2018

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