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Experimental methacrylate-based primers to improve the repair bond strength of dental composites – a preliminary study
Applied Adhesion Science
In this study, experimental resin-based primers with varying concentrations of acidic methacrylate were formulated and tested as to their potential in improving the repair bond strength of an aged dental composite resin. The photocurable primers contained (wt%) methacrylate monomers (20-60%), acidic methacrylate (0-40%), silane coupling agent (10%), and ethanol (30%). The pH of the solutions varied between 4.8 and 0.31. The degree of C = C conversion of the primers, measured using Fourierdoi:10.1186/2196-4351-2-6 fatcat:wng7qdxhhfgg5jpsmevmnweg54