J. H. Tucker

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Until recently, it was widely assumed that computers would increase office productivity exponentially . It is now becoming evident that the promise s have not been fulfilled . In fact, as a recent Fortun e article, "The puny payoff from Office Computers " (May 26, 1986) points out : "U .S. business has spent hundreds of billions of dollars on [computers],(More)
Polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) impression materials incorporating a polyether carbosilane wetting agent and mixed with an electronic mixing system (Pentamix) were clinically compared with traditionally delivered (i.e., automixed) PVS impression materials during routine use by 1,505 general and specialized dental practitioners evaluating more than 30,000(More)
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