To conclude, the addition of polymers to GPCs resulted in little change to the Tw and Ts, however the compressive strength was found to decrease slightly. ASAP tests revealed that the cements may undergo some structural changes as a result of these additions. In the future perhaps the addition of organic polymers suspended in the liquid phase as part of the cement may yield improved results in this type of study. © 2011 IEEE.
A. Coughlan et al., "The Effect of Adding Organic Polymers to Ca-Sr-Zn-Si Glass Polyalkenoate Cement," 2011 IEEE 37th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, NEBEC 2011, article no. 5778590, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Jun 2011.
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