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  • Composites are engineered or naturally occurring materials made from two or more constituent materials with significantly different physical or chemical properties which remain separate and distinct within the finished structure. Basically, they can be categorized into two major types, i.e., structural composites with outstanding mechanical properties and functional composites with various outstanding physical, chemical or electrochemical properties. They have been widely used in a wide variety of products, e.g.

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  • Distinguished by the authors strong commitment to conservative dentistry, this revised textbook combines proven methods with the latest scientific developments in preventive and restorative dentistry. Chapters on enamel and dentin adhesion and on resin composite restorations have been substantially revised to incorporate the latest evidence, and updated reference lists promote further study into the most recent evidence-based research. Current concepts in caries management and remineralization are discussed, as is preservation of pulpal health.

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  • Angelica sinensis (OLiv.) Diels ("Danggui") belongs to the family Umbelliferae. Its rhizomes are reputed to have marked restorative, antianaemic and haemagogic properties. From ethyl acetate and butanol extracts of rhizomes of this plant 8 nitrogen-containing compounds (1-8) have been isolated. Their structures were elucidated by means of MS and NMR spectroscopic methods as 5-oxo-proline, 5-oxo-prolin-ethylester, nicotinamide, tryptophane, perlolidine, 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-1-methyl- -carboline-3-carboxylic acide, adenosine and uridine.

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  • In the last decade, scientists began to use signaling molecules such as growth factors in their quest to restore destroyed tooth support (Anusaksathien & Giannobile, 2002) and this reason request a very good knowledge of the biological actions of growth factors, both summative and redundant, in the specific “milieu” of periodontal diseases.

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  • The introduction of the technology for bonded composite repairs of metallic airframe structures could not have come at a more opportune time. Today, many countries are facing the challenge of aging aircraft in their inventories. These airframes are degrading due to damage from fatigue cracking and corrosion. Repair with dependable techniques to restore their structural integrity is mandatory. The concept of using bonded composite materials as a means to maintain aging metallic aircraft was instituted in Australia approximately thirty years ago....

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  • Effective solutions to water quality challenges exist and have been implemented in a number of places. It is time for a global focus on protecting and improving the quality of the world’s freshwater resources. There are three fundamental solutions to water quality problems: (1) prevent pollution; (2) treat polluted water; and (3) restore ecosystems.

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  • The landmass on which we live is an integral part of our water catchment. Any human activity will inevitably have some consequences on the availability and composition of fresh waters. These consequences are becoming increasingly important and detectable as the human population grows. The problem is to be addressed at the global scale, as frequently, decisions made have inter-regional and international impacts, and must therefore be coordinated. In a number of European Member States, for example, the availability of water resources depends on the activities of other upstream countries.

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  • Hypovolemia: Treatment The therapeutic goals are to restore normovolemia with fluid similar in composition to that lost and to replace ongoing losses. Symptoms and signs, including weight loss, can help estimate the degree of volume contraction and should also be monitored to assess response to treatment. Mild volume contraction can usually be corrected via the oral route. More severe hypovolemia requires intravenous therapy. Isotonic or normal saline (0.

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