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EFFECTS OF RESIDUAL CONTAMINATION ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND REAL-TIME CONVERSION OF ETCH-AND-RINSE ADHESIVE
Brazilian Journal of Development
An ideal hybrid layer should have water and solvents completely replaced by resin monomers, thus creating an interdiffusion zone with collagen and resin, and guaranteeing resistance and adequate mechanical properties to resist the challenges incurred in restoration. Objective: To evaluate the influence of residual contamination by different concentrations of water, ethanol and chlorexidine on mechanical properties and conversion of two etch-and-rinse adhesives. Method: Bar specimens of a modeldoi:10.34117/bjdv6n8-137 fatcat:zttqooegvbckbd6hky6dgfxouu