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Volume 10 , Issue 4
July/August 1997

Pages 340-344


The Influence of Cement Thickness on the Tensile Strength of Two Resins Cements

Chana/Ibbetson/Pearson/Eder


PMID: 9484044

This study evaluated the influence of varying the cement thickness upon the tensile strength of nickel-chromium specimen cylinders cemented with Panavia Ex or Panavia 21 resin cements. A decrease in mean tensile strength of the resin-nickel-chromium alloy composite structure was recorded with an increasing cement thickness for both resin cements. Panavia 21 exhibited a significantly greater mean tensile strength than Panavia Ex at all cement thicknesses tested (P < .01).


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