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МКС EN ISO 9917-2:2017
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Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. This part of ISO specifies requirements and test methods for dental cements that are intended for luting, base or lining and restoration purposes and for which the materials are water-based and set by multiple reactions in which setting is achieved by a combination of an acid-base reaction and polymerization.
ISO – Dentistry — Water-based cements — Part 2: Resin-modified cements
The faster, easier way to work with standards. Materials that fall within the scope of this part of ISO will normally be able to effect setting by such an aqueous acid-base type reaction but in addition will be able to undergo setting by polymerization. Search all products by. Ministry of Commerce jso Industry. You may experience issues viewing this site iiso Internet Explorer 9, 10 or EXAMPLE Conventional glass polyalkenoate cements are normally formed by reacting an ion-leachable aluminosilicate glass with a polyalkenoic acid in an aqueous environment.
ISO 9917-2 Dentistry – Water-based cements – Part 2: Resin-modified cements – ISO9917-2-2010
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