Mohammad Hasan H. Kani

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The crystalline components of human dental calculus were investigated using microbeam x-ray diffraction analysis. Hydroxyapatite and octacalcium phosphate were most frequently found in that portion having porous and zonal structure. In the portion of the homogeneous illustration showing high calcification, whitlockite is a main component. Brushite was(More)
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the current status of fluoride mouthrinse programmes throughout Japan. Data collection and analysis took place in 1992. The focus of this study was on schools that were participating in the rinse programme at the time of the survey. Questionnaires were sent by mail to 49 dentist-members of the Association(More)
In rapid quadruped animals, the flexibility of spine is obviously observable while running. In this paper, we introduce a 3D passive dynamic quadruped robot, Fanari, that is capable to gallop down a slope without any external energy. We study the effect of spine flexibility on improvement of stability, adaptability and achievement of rapid leg locomotion.(More)
Heating biological apatites and synthetic apatites in the stream of inert gas saturated with heavy water vapor, introduces OD ions which substitute for the hydroxyl (OH) ions and partially for the OH vacancies, depending on the heating time and the gas flow rate. This has been verified by ESR and partially by IR. Deuteration gives no serious alterations of(More)
The cariostatic effect of fluoride mouthrinsing with dilute fluoride solution in the school dental health programs was examined. The subjects were 138 children (75 of boys and 63 of girls) who carried out fluoride mouthrinsing with solution of 100 ppmF- for 6 years and 105 children (65 of boys and 40 of girls) who had no fluoride mouthrinsing were analysed(More)