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By Marcia Gladwin, Michael Bagby

ISBN-10: 1609139658

ISBN-13: 9781609139650

This booklet is a complete, but straight forward, and clinically concentrated textual content on fabrics for dental hygiene that logically offers the theoretical elements of fabrics whereas additionally making the medical program to top organize scholars to deal with fabrics. The text's certain energy is its define method of offering fabrics information.  This define technique, in step with the structure of Wilkins, is most well liked via the industry since it is apparent, to the purpose, and concise.  Clinical facets of Dental fabrics additionally contains invaluable bankruptcy positive factors, yet no fluff, case experiences, and abilities checklists that may be utilized in the laboratory component to the direction.

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Why does an atom give up or accept an electron? Atoms are “content” when their outer shell of electrons is full; in this situation, they have a lower state of energy. An element like sodium has one valence electron in its outer shell, and it will readily give up this valence electron. If a sodium atom gives up this valence electron, the next inner shell becomes the outer shell and is a full shell. The atom then becomes an ion with a charge of +1. An element such as chlorine, however, is one electron short of filling its outer shell.

Metals are ductile, yet retain strength when bent because the metallic bond allows atoms to slide by one another and not disrupt the bonds in the metal. Ceramic materials are strong when compressed, but weak and brittle when pulled or bent. When the arrangement of the positive and negative ions in a ceramic material is changed, attraction may change to repulsion and a break or fracture is ■ 31 Materials Science and Dentistry likely. Polymers or plastics have a range of properties because they have covalent bonds and a range of secondary bonds in their atomic structure.

Materials can be classified into three categories based on their primary atomic bonds: metals, ceramics, and polymers. 16/11/11 10:19 PM Chapter 2 Composites are a combination of two solid materials and may be considered a fourth category. Metals are ductile, yet retain strength when bent because the metallic bond allows atoms to slide by one another and not disrupt the bonds in the metal. Ceramic materials are strong when compressed, but weak and brittle when pulled or bent. When the arrangement of the positive and negative ions in a ceramic material is changed, attraction may change to repulsion and a break or fracture is ■ 31 Materials Science and Dentistry likely.

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