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Initiator-Accelerator Systems for Acrylic Resins and Composites

  • G. M. Brauer
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Part of the Polymer Science and Technology book series (POLS, volume 14)

Abstract

Acrylic resins, because of their desirable esthetics, ease of processing, optical clarity that can duplicate in appearance the oral tissues it replaces, satisfactory mechanical properties and excellent biocompatibility, are the materials of choice wherever plastics have found applications in dental practice. The ready acceptability of these materials is the result of the ease with which they can be converted into their final state even under clinical conditions. In practically all dental applications a liquid monomer-solid mixture is cured by a free radical initiated polymerization that is generated by heat, light, an initiator, or a redox initiator-accelerator system adapted to the constraints imposed by the oral environment.

Keywords

Acrylic Resin Tertiary Amine Benzoyl Peroxide Butylate Hydroxy Toluene Color Stability 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. M. Brauer
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  1. 1.Dental and Medical Materials Polymer Science and Standards DivisionNational Bureau of StandardsUSA

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