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Elution from light-cured dental composites: comparison of trimethacrylate and dimethacrylate as base monomers.
  • J. Kim, Chan-Moon Chung
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of biomedical materials research. Part B…
  • 15 February 2005
The effect of the number of functional units on a monomer on the elution property of dental composites was first studied. Elution from a composite of a trifunctional methacrylate,Expand
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Crack Healing in Polymeric Materials via Photochemical [2+2] Cycloaddition
Photochemical crack healing in a polymeric material was accomplished by employing a tricinnamate monomer. A cross-linked network was obtained via [2 + 2] photocycloaddition of the monomer, and theExpand
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Low-Temperature Self-Healing of a Microcapsule-Type Protective Coating
Low-temperature self-healing capabilities are essential for self-healing materials exposed to cold environments. Although low-temperature self-healing concepts have been proposed, there has been noExpand
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A fluorescent crack sensor based on cyclobutane-containing crosslinked polymers of tricinnamates
A novel fluorescent crack sensor has been developed based on cyclobutane-containing polymers of tricinnamates. Tricinnamates were synthesized and photocrosslinked, and mechanochemical properties ofExpand
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Sustained torpidity following multi‐dose administration of 3‐iodothyronamine in mice
Despite significant medical benefits as in space exploration or emergency care, prolonged torpidity of non‐hibernator mammals remains unexplored to date. Here, we report that male Institute of CancerExpand
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Fluorescence sensing of microcracks based on cycloreversion of a dimeric anthracene moiety
Novel fluorescent crack sensors have been developed based on dimeric anthracene moiety-containing polymers. Two anthracene derivatives, 9-anthraldehyde (AA) and 9-anthracenecarboxylic acid (AC), wereExpand
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A microcapsule-type fluorescent probe for the detection of microcracks in cementitious materials
Abstract Fluorescence-based microcrack probing was accomplished by using a polymeric coating in which fluorescent fluid-loaded microcapsules are embedded. A fluorescent fluid, as a crack-indicatingExpand
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Photochemical acid generation from copolymers based on camphorsulfonyloxymaleimide and acidolytic deprotection
A new sulfonyloxymaleimide monomer, N-(10-camphorsulfonyloxy)maleimide (CSOMI), has been synthesized and copolymerized with styrene derivatives (XSt) to make photoacid-generating polymersExpand
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Self-Healing Coatings Based on Linseed-Oil-Loaded Microcapsules for Protection of Cementitious Materials
Linseed oil undergoes an oxidative drying reaction upon exposure to air, resulting in a soft film. The reaction conversion after 48 h reached 88% and 59% when it reacted at room temperature and −20Expand
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