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The use of adhesive substances in dentistry, particularly in the restoration of decayed teeth, is growing. Adhesive materials are also used for securing brackets to the teeth in orthodontic treatment and for luting the form of artificial teeth known as jacket crowns in place. In recent years,...
Silane coupling agents have great potential in many areas of adhesive bonding and coating. However, there is a need to gain a better understanding of their mode of action and the effects of variations in application conditions. This paper gives a brief overview of an international collaborative...
A new kind of joint specimen has been developed to load the adhesive in pure shear on impact. The specimen is tested with three adhesives at five layer thicknesses, and at three test speeds. From these tests it can be concluded that the rod-ring specimen is suitable for use in impact tests at...
The degradation of the fracture strength of two epoxy adhesives was measured using a new approach to accelerated aging. ‘Open-faced’ specimens were prepared by applying adhesive to aluminum plates and, after curing, exposing them to a range of temperatures and humidities. At various times,...
In this work, the effect of oxygen plasma on the surface characteristics of polypropylene (PP) and birch was investigated. In addition, studies on the effects of hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) plasma on the surface characteristics of lignocellulosics and on the adhesion properties of PP to the...
The adhesion of glucose heated at diffrent temperatures ranging from 160 to 250°C on commercially available enamel-coated steel plates has been investigated. During heating, several chemical modifications of glucose occur and strong adhesion to the substrate develops. The adhesion of glucose at...
Cyanoacrylate adhesives cure by addition polymerization initiated by adsorbed water, and it is possible that the propagating species is an ion-pair or free anion. The cure of silicones and isocyanates depends on water diffusing into the materials and then participating in condensation...
The formation and growth of fibrils during debonding seems to be crucial to the peel strength and the tack of polymers to be used as pressure- sensitive adhesives. The objective of this work is to study the influence of a number of parameters such as contact force and time, surface roughness,...
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