Materials Science for Dentistry has established itself as a standard reference for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in dentistry. It provides a fundamental understanding of the materials on which dentistry depends, covering those aspects of structure and chemistry which govern the behaviour and performance of materials in use. Particular materials discussed include gypsum, polymers, acrylic, cements, waxes, porcelain and metals. Other chapters review topics such as surfaces, corrosion, mixing, casting, cutting and bonding as well as mechanical testing. This edition, which adds a chapter on further aspects of mechanical testing, has been extensively revised with, for example, new material on condensation silicone and phosphate-bonded investment chemistries, mixing, MTATM and alternative radiographic imaging techniques. Now in its ninth edition, Materials Science for Dentistry continues its reputation as the most authoritative available reference for students of dentistry. It is also a valuable resource for academics and practitioners in the field. Offers a fundamental understanding of the materials on which dentistry depends, covering their structure and chemistry Extensively revised to keep it up-to-date with the latest developments This new edition continues its reputation as the most authoritative reference on dentistryA further problem is that, as with all elements, the absorption coefficient for X-rays fall rapidly with increase in energy in the ... When that stimulation is light itself, we have a photo-stimulable phosphor (aPSPa). ...  This is doped with a small concentration of the rare earth element europium in the form of Eu2+ ions which replace some barium ions in solid solution. ... for their escape is provided by the laser irradiation. absorption spectrum in the visible range (and into the infra-red). Thusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Materials Science for Dentistry|
|Author||:||B W Darvell|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2009-04-29|