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201. The term ordered hardening heat treatment used in which of the following dental alloys ?
202. Linear coefficient of thermal expansion of metal used for metal caramic restoration range from________________?
203. Quartz is added to gypsum bonded investment to______________?
A. Increase the strength
B. Counter balance contraction of gypsum during heating
C. aid in hygroscopic expansion
D. Increase the shelf life of investment
204. Annealing is also known as_______________?
A. Soft hardening treatment
B. Hard hardening treatment
C. Precipitating heat treatment
D. Stress relieving heat treatment
205. The best fuel gas when used with oxygen is______________?
B. Natural gas
206. Which of the following fuel gases is the best choice of heat source to carry out soldering process ?
C. Natural gas
207. Solder and flux used for joining Elgiloy wires are_____________?
A. Gold solder and borax flux
B. Gold solder and fluoride flux
C. Silver Solder and borax flux
D. Silver solder and fluoride flux
208. Fins and spines on the casting is seen due to_______________?
A. Prolonged heating:
B. Rapid heating me
C. Water film contamination
D. Too high pressure during casting
209. The castability of chromium-cobait base metal alloys when compared to gold based noble metal alloys is_______________?
D. Depends on the alloy type
210. In Base metal alloys, Corrosion resistance occurs due to___________________?
B. High Fusion Temperature
C. High Molecular Weight
D. Co-efficient of Thermal Expansion