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BS EN ISO 9917-2:2017
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This part of ISO specifies requirements and test methods 99917-2 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.
Dentistry — Water-based cements — Part 2: EXAMPLE Conventional glass polyalkenoate cements are normally formed by reacting an ion-leachable aluminosilicate glass with a polyalkenoic acid in an aqueous environment.
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BS EN ISO 9917-2:2017
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