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foil, 150x150mm, thickness 0.15mm, as rolled, 99.95%

PB000350, Lead
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Goodfellow 869-842-29


20.65 μΩ-cm


1740 °C (lit.)


327.4 °C (lit.)

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Lact. - Repr. 1A - STOT RE 1 Oral

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6.1C - Combustible, acute toxic Cat.3 / toxic compounds or compounds which causing chronic effects



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Pardeep K Bansal et al.
Contemporary clinical dentistry, 2(2), 76-78 (2011-10-01)
The need for denture labeling is important for forensic and social reasons in case patients need to be identified individually. The importance of denture marking has long been acknowledged by the dental profession. Over the years, various denture marking systems
Adam S C Siu et al.
Implant dentistry, 12(1), 35-40 (2003-04-23)
Preoperative radiographic assessment is mandatory for the meticulous treatment planning and successful placement of implants. The precise topographical evaluation of selected implant sites, apart from the most straightforward cases, requires tomographic examination with the use of diagnostic radiographic templates. The
A M Harris et al.
Nuclear medicine communications, 21(9), 851-855 (2000-11-07)
During measurements of the extrinsic spatial resolution of a gamma camera, it was noted that there was a variation with the position in the field of view. The problem was traced to the collimator, and this was confirmed by inspection
Steven D Fallon et al.
Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery : official journal of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 64(2), 223-229 (2006-01-18)
The purpose of this study was to determine if condylar morphology can be accurately depicted on the panoramic radiograph and if variations in condylar anatomy affect the radiographic appearance of the condyle. The shape and angulation of the condyle were
Leonard J S Tsuji et al.
Journal (Canadian Dental Association), 71(1), 35-38 (2005-01-15)
The lead content of the foil backing of 4 types of intraoral film commonly used by dentists was 69% to 85%. An environmental issue exists because these foils are typically thrown out with regular refuse, even though recycling programs exist.

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