calcium hydroxide

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Synonyms for calcium hydroxide

a caustic substance produced by heating limestone

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However, the use of urea with urease in ground whole soybean and calcium hydroxide for improve sugarcane bagasse are still limited.
Some of the most commonly used intra canal medicaments are calcium hydroxide (pulpdent), triple antibiotic paste (metronidazole, minocycline and ciprofloxacin) and doxypaste (doxycycline).
43), for investigating the effect of iodoform on the antibacterial effectiveness of calcium hydroxide, used the agar diffusion method and found that iodoform did not have any effect on the antibacterial effectiveness of calcium hydroxide.
Calcium hydroxide versus mineral trioxide aggregate for direct pulp capping: A cost-effectiveness analysis.
CE] is the mass of produced calcium hydroxide from cement hydration and [RCH.
2]O (8:2)) produced nearly an equal yield of precipitate on different chemical concentrations except for the calcium hydroxide of 2M and 3M (p<0.
Previous studies with a longer evaluation time (10,2) report satisfactory results with green propolis, com parable to those achieved with calcium hydroxide.
For several decades, scientific research situated calcium hydroxide (CH) in a privileged position as a choice with high predictive abilities for pulp therapy since it allows preserving vitality and stimulating dental tissue remineralization in clinical conditions such as pulp capping, apexification, and internal resorption, to name just a few.
Calcium hydroxide reduces the risk of plastic deformations, thus improving the aggregate/bitumen adhesion resistance due to the water effect.
The single cardboard egg box works by pulling on a tab to mix together calcium hydroxide and water.
One is infused with calcium hydroxide and other chemicals, and the other is a "smart layer" containing water.
5% calcium hydroxide decreased aflatoxin levels by 43% and boiling 1600-ppb naturally contaminated corn with 3% sodium hydroxide at 100 [degrees]C for 4 min decreased total aflatoxins levels by 93% (Hamed, 2005).
The walls of the resulting tubular structures are gradient materials involving calcium hydroxide.