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Silicic acid

99.9%, 20 μm, purified by refining

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20 μm

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13 - Non Combustible Solids



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The synthesis and manipulation of silicon materials on the nanoscale are core themes in nanotechnology research. Inspiration is increasingly being taken from the natural world because the biological mineralization of silicon results in precisely controlled, complex silica structures with dimensions
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To evaluate the changes in the enamel surface microhardness following the application of various suspensions of Crest and Pooneh toothpastes with and without fluoride. Fifty-six enamel blocks of primary incisors were exposed to a pH-cycling regime consisting of demineralisation and
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The bone infections are the most divesting complications confronted by the physicians and patients. The antibiotic loaded bone cements, such as synthetic ceramics and natural ceramics were accepted for bone infections. The currently available bone cements were not accepted due

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