Ch43 review

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Ch43 review
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2011-10-09 20:32:04
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  1. What type of reaction does a dental material undergo when distortion occurs?
    stress
  2. What are the properties that must be considered in the application of a dental material?
    • flow
    • adhesion
    • retention
    • curing
  3. Process by which mercury and alloy powders are mixed together to form the mass of amalgam needed to restore the tooth.
    • trituration
    • amalgamation
  4. how long would you triturate Sybratory?
    13 seconds
  5. What could contaminate the setting of glass ionomer?
    water
  6. How many drops of monomer per tooth is recommended when acrylic resin is mixed for a provisional restoration?
    10 drops
  7. "blank" is an agent that strengthens resin by bonding filler to the resin matriz.
    coupling agent
  8. "blank" is prepared, preserved, or finished by a chemical or physical process.
    Dual-cured
  9. "blank" is the ability of a material to withstand permanent deformation under compressive stress without sustaining permanent damage
    malleability
  10. "blank" is covering or soaking soemthing with a liquid
    wetting

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