polycarboxylate cement

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A cement formed by the acid-base reaction of zinc oxide (base component) with polycarboxylic acid (acidic component) in water. The zinc oxide is sintered to reduce the reactivity and improve the manipulation. The viscosity of the liquid is controlled by the addition of tartaric acid. It is used as a luting cement and cavity liner.

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