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Remineralisation of teeth

nbsp 0183 32 Tooth remineralisation is the natural repair process for non-cavitated tooth lesions 1 2 in which calcium phosphate and sometimes fluoride ions are deposited into crystal voids in demineralised enamel Remineralisation can contribute towards restoring strength and function within tooth structure 3 Demineralization is the removal of...

Wellcome Open Research Article A nonlinear and time

nbsp 0183 32 Fluoride is i a phosphatase inhibitor and obviously here ii a calcium chelator preventing the use of calcium containing intracellular solutions Using extracellular calcium at higher concentration than the physiological range alters channel gating 2 at least partly due to membrane charge screening 3...

Rapid Radiochemical Methods for Selected Radionuclides

nbsp 0183 32 with calcium phosphate precipitation followed by a lanthanum fluoride matrix removal step Validation of Rapid Radiochemical Method for Am-241 in Brick Samples for Environmental Remediation Following Radiological Incidents PDF 77 pp...

Calcium and zirconium modified acid activated alumina for

nbsp 0183 32 The maximum fluoride removal efficiency 97 of CAZ was achieved at pH 6 and adsorbent dose of 6 g/L i e optimum condition The electropositive nature of CAZ at pH 6 was indicated by the pH zpc value of 6 9...

Preparation and characterisation of activated carbon from

nbsp 0183 32 Adsorbent ZAac performed most efficiently in the removal of phenanthrene from aqueous media comparatively to other adsorbents Fig 4 This could be attributed to the surface characteristics of the adsorbent and ionic activities on the sorbent during the adsorption process...

HIGH MECHANICAL STRENGTH SORBENT PRODUCT

nbsp 0183 32 Binders feedstock unit 204 may contain one or more materials including alumina aluminates aluminum aluminum phosphate asphalt attapulgite bitumen bentonite clay borate glass calcium chromites calcium compounds calcium fluoride calcium...

Removal of fluoride ion from drinking water by a new

nbsp 0183 32 Removal of fluoride ion from drinking water by a new Fe OH 3 / nano CaO impregnated chitosan composite adsorbent Priyanka Sengupta Department of Polymer Science and Technology University of Calcutta Kolkata India Correspondence priyankasengupta19 gmail com...

Global profile of heavy metals and semimetals adsorption

nbsp 0183 32 The results obtained show that the adsorbent ZFO is an effective adsorbent for the removal of 134Cs and 152 154Eu radionuclides from the nitric acid medium View Show abstract...

ChemistrySelect Vol 5 No 6

nbsp 0183 32 Removal of Fluoride by Graphene Oxide/Alumina Nanocomposite Adsorbent Preparation Characterization Adsorption Performance and Mechanisms Dr Naicai Xu Sixia Li Prof Wu Li Prof Zhong Liu Pages 1818-1828 First Published 10 February 2020...

Improving the Degradation Resistance and Surface

nbsp 0183 32 Bioactive calcium phosphate CaP coatings have been applied on biodegradable magnesium Mg and its alloys to provide a suitable degradation rate for orthopedic applications However the porous CaP coatings formed in the aqueous solution owns poor degradation resistance and thus short in vivo valid life...

Treatment and characterization of phosphorus from

nbsp 0183 32 The main objective of this study is treatment and characterization of phosphorus from synthetic wastewater using aluminum electrodes in the electrocoagulation process EC experimental setups were designed and different parameters were optimized The maximum amounts of phosphorus removal efficiencies were observed at pH 7 The phosphorus removal efficiency increases from...

Bioactive Dental Restorative Materials

nbsp 0183 32 Fluoride-releasing resin-modified glass ionomer cements RMGICs have been shown to protect the enamel from white spot lesions but their bond strength has been proven inadequate The purpose of this study was to evaluate ACTIVA BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE a bioactive material with strength superior to RMGICs for inhibition of enamel demineralization surrounding orthodontic brackets...

Adsorption of copper ion from aqueous solutions by well

nbsp 0183 32 Based on this method a calcium salt and a phosphate are mixed with a Ca/P ratio of 1 67 Stirring of the solutions is continued until HAp formation is observed at a basic pH For this purpose in the synthesis of nano-HAp calcium nitrate tetrahydrate Ca NO 3 2 4H 2 O and di-ammonium hydrogen phosphate NH 4 2 HPO 4 solutions were prepared separately...

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