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Dental amalgam is a liquid mercury and metal alloy mixture used to fill cavities caused by tooth .... Corrosion may significantly affect the structure and mechanical properties of set dental amalgam. In conventional amalgam, γ2 phase is the most ...

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Jan 21, 2013 ... High-copper dental amalgam - High-copper alloys exhibit properties of high strength, less corrosion and tarnish, less creep and minimal ...

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The clinical marginal fracture characteristics of three commercial dental amalgams were evaluated and compared with a number of their mechanical properties ...

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Apr 19, 2015 ... First liquefying the PROPERTIES: ADA specification No.1 for amalgam lists following physical properties as a measure Strength Compressive ...

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What is Amalgam? “any alloy of mercury with another metal or other metals [silver amalgam is used as a dental filling]”*. *Webster's New World Dictionary of the ...

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The dynamic mechanical properties of two high-copper amalgams (Tytin and Dispersalloy) and two traditional amalgams (Aristalloy and Aristalloy with Zn) were ...

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Oct 11, 2014 ... One is to show the differences in the mechanical properties of various dental ... Amalgam, dental ceramic, gold alloy, dental resin, zirconia, and ...

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The dynamic mechanical properties of two high-copper amalgams (Tytin and Dispersalloy) and two traditional amalgams (Aristalloy and Aristalloy with Zn) were ...

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This alloy was shown to have mechanical properties (compressive strength and static creep) similar to dental amalgam [10]. However, the authors identified an ...

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exhibit the following properties: greater strength, less tarnish and corrosion, .... The strength of an amalgam restoration must be high enough to resist the biting.