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Dental Materials Series - Ceramics: Structure 2

Dental Materials Series - Ceramics: Structure 2

Dental Materials Series - Ceramics: Structure 2

Stephen C.  Bayne MS, PhD And Jeffrey Y.   Thompson PhD
Stephen C. Bayne MS, PhD And Jeffrey Y. Thompson PhD
on behalf of New York State Dental Foundation

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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

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Understand the ternary phase diagram for components of dental porcelain and the derivation of the pseudo-binary phase diagram. Identify the key composition range for dental porcelains and the fabrication options of melting, vitrification, or sintering. Indicate the challenges for ionic solids in terms of types of point, line, and area defects with charge balance and alternating ion considerations. Understand why pores and cracks are the most important defects for ceramic solids.

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Understand the ternary phase diagram for components of dental porcelain and the derivation of the pseudo-binary phase diagram. Identify the key composition range for dental porcelains and the fabrication options of melting, vitrification, or sintering. Indicate the challenges for ionic solids in terms of types of point, line, and area defects with charge balance and alternating ion considerations. Understand why pores and cracks are the most important defects for ceramic solids.Behavioral Objectives:On a written examination, a student should be able to:Draw the major phases near the solidus and liquidus lines on the pseudo-binary phase diagram for porcelain.Explain the differences between melting, vitrification, and sintering processes.Use the porcelain phase diagram to explain ceramic fabrication problems.Explain the challenges for defect formation and maintenance of charge balance.Justify the focus on pores and cracks.
Stephen C.  Bayne MS, PhD And Jeffrey Y.   Thompson PhD

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Stephen C. Bayne MS, PhD And Jeffrey Y. Thompson PhD
on behalf of New York State Dental Foundation

Stephen C. Bayne MS PHD and Jeffrey Y. Thompson PhD are the authors of this course.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 1.00 Credits
  • New York State Dental Association (NYSDA)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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