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Scanning and contact microradiographic study of the effect of degree of saturation on the rate of enamel demineralization.

The effect of degree of saturation with respect to hydroxyapatite (DSHA) on enamel section demineralization was studied by contact and scanning microradiography (CMR and SMR). Two aspects were studied: (1) the effect of different values of DSHA at constant pH, and (2) the effect of constant DSHA with variable pH. In the pH range (2.5-4.5) and time scale (0-120 h) studied, the DSHA was more important in determining the rate of enamel lesion progression than was the pH.[1]

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