The Effect of Sodium Fluoride on the Solubility of Calcium Phosphate, Tooth Enamel and Whole Teeth in Lactic Acid

@article{Rae1945TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Sodium Fluoride on the Solubility of Calcium Phosphate, Tooth Enamel and Whole Teeth in Lactic Acid},
  author={James Jamieson Rae and C.T. Clegg},
  journal={Journal of Dental Research},
  year={1945},
  volume={24},
  pages={235 - 237}
}
  • J. RaeC. Clegg
  • Published 1 October 1945
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Dental Research
When whole teeth were suspended in 1% lactic acid solutions, buffered with potassium hydrogen phthalate and adjusted to a pH of about 3.6, marked decalcification occurred in 24 hours at 37°. No decalcification was apparent, however, when sodium fluoride was added under the same conditions in concentrations varying from 0.2 to 0.5%. Tooth enamel was prepared according to the method of Manly and Hodge (2) and this material was used in an attempt to overcome individual variations in teeth. On… 
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