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Moisture susceptibility of resin-modified glass-ionomer materials.

@article{Sidhu1995MoistureSO,
  title={Moisture susceptibility of resin-modified glass-ionomer materials.},
  author={Sharanbir K. Sidhu and Timothy F Watson and H. M. Anstice and Richard William Billington and Gavin J Pearson},
  journal={Quintessence international},
  year={1995},
  volume={26 11},
  pages={
          753-4
        }
}
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