Studies on the Water-Settable Cement

Setuo HIGASHI, Koji MORIMOTO, Akiya SATOMURA, Kozo HORIE, Misaki ANZAI, Kensuke KIMURA, Eisei TAKAGI, Taro OZAKI
1969 The Dental Journal of Nihon University  
A new conclusion [1, 2] is drawn, as a result of basic study of zinc phosphate cement, that the hardening of zinc phosphate cement is nothing but the ultimate crystalization of zinc phosphate, but the zinc phosphate which is formed by reaction in the process induces saturated colloids with the water as dispersing medium which is concurrently formed in the process. If this view is correct, it must be possible to develop hydraulic cement being equal to zinc phosphate cement which traditionaly
more » ... phosphoric acid solution, and for that purpose, there must be zinc phosphate which hardens by condensation.
doi:10.2334/josnusd1959.11.23 fatcat:nhe55kszhjbxhi5aoftw6hd4xu