etchant


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etchant

(ˈɛtʃənt)
n
(Crafts) any acid or corrosive used for etching
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A potential of 6 V was applied for 3-5 s using a stainless steel cathode; the temperature of the etchant was kept at 26 [degrees]C.
Rely-a-bond orthodontics bonding material with primer, etchant, composite and applicant brushes.
3 Adhesive systems for bonding orthodontic brackets to enamel use three different agents namely etchant, bonding resin and bonding adhesives.
The dentist will use specific ways to make a temporary tooth, remove a matrix band, or place etchant.
The passivation layer would be enclosed on the top of the die except for the openings for the etchant holes.
13) Although long-term retention may not be achieved with glass ionomer sealants, they have merit in public health or school settings because the added step of acid etchant is not required, and they are not as moisture-sensitive as resin-based sealants.
They were designed to adhere to the tooth structure without using a separate etchant and bonding agent.
Then the sacrificial etching vias were opened by the reactive ion etching (RIE, [12]) and the sacrificial chromium film was wet etched by the ceric ammonium nitrate based chromium etchant.
To achieve better etching quality, a very light back polish was applied to remove surface smut before re-immersing the sample in the etchant for an additional 10-15 s.
In the surface roughing step, several electrical methods such as anion exchange method, anodization combined with low-temperature plasma treatment were adopted to create micro/nano-scale hierarchical structures, (7,8) and chemical etch techniques were carried out in various etchants such as NaOH solution and dislocation etchant to prepare biomimetic surfaces.