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31. The restoration which shows percolation and shrinkage along the margins is_____________?
B. Unfilled resins
32. The commonly used laser for curing composite resin is______________?
33. What is the polymerization shrinkage if 3:1 powder: liquid ratio is used____________?
34. Macromolecules in Dental Resin is attached by______________?
A. Covalent bonds
B. sonic bonds
C. Vander Wall’s Forces
D. Hydrogen Bonds
35. Along with polymerisation shrinkage, one of the major disadvantages of polymethyl methacrylate as denture base resin are its poor_____________?
A. Biological properties
B. Thermal properties
C. Mechanical properties
D. Esthetic properties
36. The most common coupling agents are organic silicon compound called_______________?
37. One bottle system of adhesive resins_____________?
A. 4th generation bonding agents
B. Separate etching step not required
C. Separate etching step is still required
D. Contains only primer
38. Most advantageous indication of acid etching is______________?
A. Decrease micro leakage
B. Decrease polymerization shrinkage
C. Decrease coefficient of thermal expansion
D. Decrease porosity in restorative material
39. VLC resins are also called as______________?
A. Microwave-activated resins
B. Tertiary amine-activated resins
C. Light activated resins
D. Heat activated resins
40. Cold cure acrylic expand in water by___________?
A. 1% by volume 0.23% by weight
B. 10% by volume 0.23% by weight
C. 0.1% by volume 0.23% by weight
D. None of the above