An in vitro investigation of a poly(vinyl phosphonic acid) based cement with four conventional glass-ionomer cements. Part 1: Flexural strength and fluoride release.

@article{KhouwLiu1999AnIV,
  title={An in vitro investigation of a poly(vinyl phosphonic acid) based cement with four conventional glass-ionomer cements. Part 1: Flexural strength and fluoride release.},
  author={V H Khouw-Liu and H. M. Anstice and Gavin J Pearson},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={
          351-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the flexural strength and fluoride release of four conventional glass-ionomer cements: Ketac-Molar (KM), HiFi (HF), Vivaglass Fil (VF), Ketac-Fil (KF) and a newly developed glass polyphosphonate cement, Diamond Carve (DC). METHOD Disc specimens (10 mm diameter, 1 mm thick) were prepared and mould stored at 37 degrees C. After one hour, the specimens were removed from their mould and immersed in 20 ml of deionised water until required for testing. Biaxial flexural… 
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