PMID: 277492Jan 1, 1978

Corrosion and creep of dental amalgam

Journal of Dental Research
N R Gjerdet, S Espevik


The influence of stress on corrosion was investigated by a potentiostatic technique. Amalgrams with low creep, both with and without gamma2-phase, revealed small increases in current with stress application while alloys with high creep exhibited large increases in current. Rupture of protective oxide due to increased strain for high creep alloys may explain the phenomenon.


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