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Development and Performance of Composite from Modified Nano Filler with Plasma Treated Fiber and Heat Cured Acrylic Denture Base Material on Some of Its Properties – In Vitro Study

  title={Development and Performance of Composite from Modified Nano Filler with Plasma Treated Fiber and Heat Cured Acrylic Denture Base Material on Some of Its Properties – In Vitro Study},
  author={Intisar J. Ismail},
There are alternative materials to what is used now a day in various prosthetic appliances that have proved their success. However, there are still high need for more development of a new material because of problems and defect in mechanical properties of such alternatives which is not satisfied. (1) There are demands on efficient materials that cost less, substitute material. Investigation a new concept of combining salinized zirconium oxide (ZrO2) nano filler and plasma treated polypropelene… Expand
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