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Acid etching or pickling is used for removing oxide layer to obtain clean and uniform surface finish.
The studies in the literature on this topic have taken into consideration tests both of microleakage and of bond strength, performed by laser alone, with or without acid etching and compared with traditional techniques.
Because we are a complete packaging company all of our components can be customized through such services as acid etching, ceramic decorating, metalizing and hot stamping.
He also highlighted the benefits of using waterborne PUD chemistry, including improved design freedom, the ability to achieve a frost effect without acid etching, low VOCs (volatile organic compounds), improved durability and reduced glass wall thickness.
It was stated that the mean shear bond strength and enamel surface etching obtained with an Er,Cr:YSGG laser (operated at 1W or 2W for 15 seconds) is comparable to that obtained with acid etching [Basaran et al.
Abrasive blasting or acid etching with muriatic (hydrochloric) acid or phosphoric acid are necessary where heavy deposits of laitance, membrane-curing compounds, or form-release agents are present on the surface.
HTI also announces that its ENV2500 Semiconductor Processing System for photo resist stripping, acid etching, rinsing, and HTI's vacuum drying was accepted and approved at the Beta-Test Site by Motorola Corporate Research and Development, for use in wafer fabrication.
But silicon in those applications may not require acid etching at all, says Martin S.
Until now, the two methods used to embellish any form of glass in this country were sandblasting and acid etching.
Because we are a complete packaging company, all of our components can be customized though such services as acid etching, ceramic decorating, metalizing and hot stamping.
Older teeth usually have obstructed dentine tubules due to crystal deposits, therefore becoming less prone to acid etching.
Papers will be presented that describe new accelerated tests for the simulation of acid etching, tests used to determine the lightfastness of artists' materials, new methods for the calibration of devices used to measure and control temperature in accelerated tests, new filters that provide a more realistic simulation of solar ultraviolet radiation in the critical cut-on region, and assessing variability in accelerated testing and its practical implications for interpreting results.