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For root-canal work the use of the drill can be augmented by the use of a file and, as a bonus, the ultrasonic vibrations produced in the sterilising aqueous irrigation fluid gives a very efficient cleansing action. A somewhat more recent application is in the curing of glass ionomer (white) dental filling material. This is normally accomplished by mixing two components (a base material and an accelerator) in a ratio that governs the setting time. A dentist can then work within this time to place the filling material, while still mobile, in the drilled cavity.
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1948, 28. 31. H. Mark, J. Acoust. Soc. , 1945, 16, 183. 32. E. El'Piner, Ultrasound physical, Chemical and Biological Effects, Consultants Bureau, New York, 1964. Applied Sonochemistry: Uses of Power Ultrasound in Chemistry and Processing. Timothy J. Mason, John Philip Lorimer Copyright ã 2002 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. 1 Introduction In this chapter we will deal with those parts of acoustic wave theory which are relevant to chemists in the understanding of how they may best apply ultrasound to their reaction system.
Applied Sonochemistry. Uses of Power Ultrasoud in Chemistry and Processing by Mason T.J., Lorimer J.P.