Infrared spectroscopic analysis of restorative composite materials' surfaces and their saline extracts

  title={Infrared spectroscopic analysis of restorative composite materials' surfaces and their saline extracts},
  author={R. Ajaj and R. Baier and J. Fabiano and P. Bush},
  journal={Progress in Biomaterials},
This study aims at finding out if multiple attenuated internal reflection-infrared (MAIR-IR) spectroscopic analysis can be used as a tool to differentiate commercial resin composite brands and to find out if different resin composites will have different abilities of leaching materials that are cytotoxic to human gingival fibroblasts (HGFs) Tooth-colored resin fillings have become increasingly popular as restorative materials, which make it important to differentiate the commercial brands for… Expand
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