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an impression made from an etched plate

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an etched plate made with the use of acid

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making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them

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From The acid etching of samples with HCl, a uniform initial titanium surface with the formation of Ti[O.
The sandblasted acid etch (SLA) surface was demonstrated to be more powerful in enhancing the interfacial shear strength of implants than the acid etching surface.
Strong acid etching solution does not only remove smear layer but also causes the demineralisation of dentin up to a depth of 1-5 [micro].
However it seems to be necessary, the same as after classical bur treatment, to smoothen the cavity surfaces and margins with acid etching in order to improve marginal adaptation.
Study groups per surface treatment Group Surface treatment Group I (control) Acid etching with 4.
7) Despite smear layer removal, the thick collagen mesh exposed by acid etching prevented the viscous cement from reaching the deeper unaffected dentin.
Acid etching of the grit blasted implant surface increases the surface roughness by creating a nanotopography that allows bone ingrowth [26].
The removal torque of titanium screw inserted in rabbit tibia treated by dual acid etching.
It was stated that the mean shear bond strength and enamel surface etching obtained with an Er,Cr:YSGG laser (operated at 1W or 2W for 15 seconds) is comparable to that obtained with acid etching [Basaran et al.
It features a slightly later method of decoration, acid etching.
State of the art Creative Glass boasts a state-of-the-art plant with advanced technology from Spain equipped to carry out sophisticated jobs in glass bending, glass fusing, stained glass, sand blasting and acid etching.
Effect of air abrasion and acid etching on sealant retention: an in vitro study.
Another technique, acid etching, involves applying acid to the glass surface.
The lower crack (Figure 1) was formed by liquid acid etching away copper.
The element is created by acid etching a circuit in resistance alloy foil.