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The anti-microbial effect against enterococcus faecalis and the compressive strength of two types of mineral trioxide aggregate mixed with sterile water or 2% chlorhexidine liquid.
The purpose of this in vitro study was 2-fold: First, to compare the antimicrobial effect of gray and tooth-colored mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) when mixed with sterile water or 2% chlorhexidine.Expand
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Effects of pH and mixing agents on the temporal setting of tooth-colored and gray mineral trioxide aggregate.
The purpose of this study was to test the compressive strength of white mineral trioxide aggregate (WMTA) and gray mineral trioxide aggregate (GMTA) when mixed with sterile water or local anestheticExpand
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Electrochemical disinfection, an environmentally acceptable method of drinking water disinfection?
In general, chlorination is the method of drinking water disinfection most favoured by the water industry. Occasional outbreaks of water transmitted disease, the identification of chlorine as aExpand
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The fate of environmental coliforms in a model water distribution system
A series of experiments to determine the survival characteristics of environmental and faecal coliforms in a 1·3 km long experimental pipe distribution system is described. In the first experiments,Expand
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The fate of Escherichia coli through water treatment and in distribution
The removal of E. coli bacteria at each stage of water treatment is presented, showing how the filtration stages contribute most to reduction of bacterial numbers in the water. At treatment worksExpand
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Bacterial degradation of lignified wood cell walls in aerobic aquatic habitats: decay patterns and mechanism proposed to account for their formation
Etude de la degradation bacterienne des parois cellulaires d'echantillons de Fagus sylvatica et Pinus sylvestris immerges dans de l'eau douce ou de l'eau de mer. Presentation des resultats obtenusExpand
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Bacterial degradation of lignified wood cell walls in anaerobic aquatic habitats.
  • D. M. Holt, E. Jones
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Applied and environmental microbiology
  • 1 September 1983
Test blocks of beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) were buried in fresh, brackish, and seawater anaerobic muds for periods ranging between 1 and 18 months. At appropriate timeExpand
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Microprocessor‐controlled time domain reflectometer for dynamic shock position measurements
Time‐domain reflectometry is used in a novel way to dynamically measure shock propagation in various media. The primary component in this measurement system is a digital time domain reflectometer,Expand
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