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51. If resin is packed in sandy stage what will be seen in the processed denture ?

A. Distortion
B. Porosity
C. Inhomogeneous colour
D. Increased strength

52. Which one of the following is used as filler in composite resins ?

A. Quartz
B. Silicates
C. Zinc particles
D. Aluminium

53. Insufficient closure of the flasks during packing of denture base resin can result in_____________?

A. Poor colour stability
B. Less polymerization shrinkage
C. Increase in vertical dimension
D. Decrease in vertical dimension

54. Quartz tungsten light cure device minimum output of energy should not be less than_____________?

A. 300 mw/sm2
B. 350 mw/cm2
C. 400 mw/cm2
D. 450 mw/cm2

55. Polymerisation of heat-cured methyl methacrylate is initiated by______________?

A. Tertiary amine
B. Benzoyl peroxide free radical
C. Hydroquinone
D. Methyl ether

56. In processing methyl methacrylate, the resin may show porosity if the flask is placed too soon porosity most likely occur_____________?

A. Throughout the denture
B. Near the borders
C. In the thickest part
D. On the denture surface

57. Composite resins in comparison to acrylic have_______________?

A. Low compressive strength
B. High abrasive resistance
C. High water absorption
D. High polymerization shrinkage

58. Insufficient closure of the flasks during packing of denture base resin can result in_____________?

A. Poor colour stability
B. Less polymerization shrinkage
C. Increase in vertical dimension
D. Decrease in vertical dimension

59. Subsurface porosity is due to_____________?

A. Thermal changes
B. Thickness of the resin
C. Lack of temperature
D. Packing past the dough stage

60. If resin is packed in sandy stage what will be seen in the processed denture ?

A. Distortion
B. Porosity
C. Inhomogeneous colour
D. Increased strength

 

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