Characterizing Ceramics and the Interfacial Adhesion to Resin : Ithe Relationship of Microstructure , Composition , Properties and Fractography

@inproceedings{ADESO2005CharacterizingCA,
  title={Characterizing Ceramics and the Interfacial Adhesion to Resin : Ithe Relationship of Microstructure , Composition , Properties and Fractography},
  author={CARACTERIZAÇ{\~A}O DE CER{\^A}MICAS E ADES{\~A}O},
  year={2005}
}
  • CARACTERIZAÇÃO DE CERÂMICAS E ADESÃO
  • Published 2005
he appeal of ceramics as structural dental materials is based on their light weight, high hardness values, chemical inertness, and anticipated unique tribological characteristics. A major goal of current ceramic research and development is to produce tough, strong ceramics that can provide reliable performance in dental applications. Quantifying microstructural parameters is important to develop structure/property relationships. Quantitative microstructural analysis provides an association… CONTINUE READING

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