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  4. Flexural strength and fatigue of new Activa RMGIs. Garcia-Godoy F, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A)_ 254, 2014 (iadr.org).
  5. Deflection at break of restorative materials. University testing. Submitted for publication.
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  8. Water absorption properties of four resin-modified glass ionomer base/liner materials. (Pulpdent)
  9. pH dependence on the phosphate release of Activa ionic materials. (Pulpdent)
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  27. Wear of calcium, phosphate and fluoride releasing restorative material. University testing. Submitted for publication: IADR 2015. (iadr.org).
  28. Surface roughness and wear resistance of ACTIVA compared to glass ionomers, RMGIs and flowable composites. University testing. Submitted for publication: IADR 2015. (iadr.org).