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polycarboxylate

(ˌpɒlɪˈkɑːbɒkˌsɪleɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a salt or ester of a polycarboxylic acid. Polycarboxylate esters are used in certain detergents
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Apart from this, plasticizer concrete admixtures can also be produced from polycarboxylate ethers and some plasticizer concrete admixtures are classified as potential endocrine disruptors, which is a safety concern.
Properties of BioRoot RCS, a tricalcium silicate endodontic sealer modified with povidone and polycarboxylate. Int Endod J.
The admixture used was superplasticizer Viscocrete 1003, a polycarboxylate based admixture from SIKA.
The dental assistant must know the differences between glass ionomers, resins cements, zinc oxide-eugenol cement, polycarboxylate cement, and zinc phosphate cement.
The most commonly used plasticising admixtures are lignosulphonates (LS), synthetic polymers, such as modified acrylic polymers (MAP) and polycarboxylate esters (PCE) (Gelardi et al., 2016).
The HRWR is Hyperplast PC 260 admixtures which is a polycarboxylate (particularly polycarboxylated-ether copolymer (PCE)).
The superplasticizer was an aqueous solution containing polycarboxylate ether (PCE) polymers.
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[40] Considering the bond strength of polycarboxylate and Cavit, they are inferior to amalgam.