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Title: Panavia F: the role of the primer
Authors: Silva, André L. Faria e
Moraes, Rafael Ratto de
Ogliari, Fabrício Aulo
Piva, Evandro
Martins, Luis R. M.
Abstract: This study evaluated the rate of polymerization(Rp) and degree of conversion(DC) of Panavia F when self-or dual- activated, and the material.The conversion reaction was monitored using real-time infrared spectroscopy witer an time infrares spactroscopy with an attenuated total reflectance device. The cement was mixed, put onto the device and irradiated for 20s ( dual - cured).A self - cured groups were evaluated after mixing ED Primer with the cement. The DC was monitored for 1h and the Rp was calculated. For the self-cured mode , the primer was shown to be essential for polymeratization of Pananvia only after approxymately 500s, with a final DC 50%, whereas a continows increase in conversion was observed for the group mixed with ED Primer is essential for proper polymerization of Panavia F; the cement becomes independent of the light when the primer is used.(J oral Sci 51, 255-259, 2009)
Keywords: Degree of conversion
Light activation
Polymerization
Resin Cement
Rate of polymerization
Self-cure
Citation: FARIA-e-SILVA, A.L. ; MORAES, Rafael Ratto de ; OGLIARI, Fabrício Aulo ; PIVA, Evandro ; MARTINS, L.R.M . Panavia F: the role of the primer. Journal of Oral Science, v. 51, p. 255-259, 2009.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/793
Issue Date: 2009
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