The preparation of a composite filling material consisting of inorganic filler in the form of finely comminuted glass and a polymer matrix was studied. The results of experimental studies on the comparative assessment of water absorption and water solubility of different chemically hardening, composite, dental filling materials are presented.
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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 10, pp. 41 – 44, October, 2019.
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Shalukho, N.M., Chistyakova, G.G. & Sakhar, G.G. Comparative Analysis of the Physical Properties of Chemically Hardening Composite Dental Filling Materials. Glass Ceram 76, 396–398 (2020) doi:10.1007/s10717-020-00208-5
- composite material
- polymer matrix
- water absorption
- water solubility
- chemical hardening