A BisGMA, TEGDMA monomer mixture at weight ration 2:1 was UV-cured with CQ to form commonly used dental materials. Three types of fillers at different particle size were added at different weight concentrations. Reaction rates k, time vs rate were studied for all the systems.
1. Bowen R.L. (1963). Properties of a Silica Reinforced Polymer for Dental Restorations, JADA , 66: 57-64.
2. Mannerberg F. (1977). Isosit, A New Material for Restoration of Anterior Teeth, Quintess. Internat. Vol. 8, No. 8:23-32.
3. R.J.Michl R.J. (1978). Isosit, A New Dental Material, Quintess. Internat. Vol. 9, No. 3: 29-33.
4. Calais J.G. (1988). Influence of Filler Type and Water Exposure on Flexural Strength of Experimental Composite Resins, J. Dent. Res., 67: 836-840.
5. Li Y., Swartz M.L. (1985). Effect of Filler Content and Size on Properties of Composites, J. Dent. Res., 64: 1396-1401.
6. H. St. Germain, Properties of microfilled composite resins as influenced by filler
content, J. Dent. Res., 64, 155-160, 1985
7. Abadie M.J.M., Appelt B.K. (1989). Photocalorimetry of Light Cured Dental Composites, Dent. Mat., 1: 6-9.
8. Appelt B.K., Abadie M.J.M. (1988). Calorimetric Characterization of Photosensitive Materials, Polym. Eng. Sci., vol. 28, no.6: 367-371.
9. Abadie M.J.M. (1988). Advantages and Development of Photosensitive Initiators, Euro. Coating J., 5: 350-358.
10 Voytekunas V.Yu., Abadie M.J.M. (2004). New Trends in UV Curing, Eur. Chem. Tech. J., 6, 1: 67-77.