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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Most commonly referred to as halogen lights, they are excellent for curing resins and have become a real workhorse in dentistry.
Alkyl aniline promoters for polyester resins promote ambient and low temperature decomposition of peroxide catalysts, allowing for better control of resin curing and gell times.
Higher concentrations of amine vapor in the curing air will tend to drop out of the vapor state and revert back to liquid at somewhat higher temperatures.
Room temperature curing systems are one solution, but in most cases they are not particularly fast.
Sometimes curing at a lower cure temperature for a longer cure time or just using curing molds made of a better grade of steel may also reduce mold fouling (ref.
A super-adaptive layer is a layer of composite--usually flowable--that is placed directly after curing the bonding resin and before placing a heavy-bodied composite filling material (Photos 2, 3, 4).
2] blends for curing cores and molds produced with acrylic-epoxy binders.
The products include Chemlok 8114 for bonding Vamac, bisphenol curing FKM, polyacrylates, ethylene acrylic and peroxide cured EPDM elastomers; Chemlok 8115 for bonding sulfur cured NBR and Vamac elastomers; Chemlok 8116 for bonding peroxide curing compounds such as silicone, EPDM, FKM and HNBR elastomers; and Chemlok 8117 for bonding peroxide curing compounds such as silicones, EPDM, FKM and HNBR, as well as bisphenol compounds and Vamac elastomers.
High-volume core production requires specialized equipment to mix and coat the sand, compact it in the corebox, dry the cores (as needed) and transport and stack the cores for final curing.