volume 8, issue 3, P185-196 1974
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820080319
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Abstract: An investigation was conducted to determine the general physical characteristics of selfcuring acrylic resin systems in terms of their potential utilization in total hip arthroplasty.Exothermic temperature, working and setting times were monitored with thermocouples placed in acrylic masses insulated via a Teflon mold. Mechanical strengths were run in an Instron testing machine. The same trends were noted in all systems studied.As thickness or mass increased. the maximum temperature and the setting time incre…

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