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McPherson, "Formation of tetragonal Zr02-glass structures in rapidly quenched AI2O3Si0 2 -Zr0 2 " J. Mater. Sei. , 6(7) 795-6 (1987). M. J. M. Fernandez Navarro, "ZrC^-SiCh materials prepared by sol-gel" J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 100(1-3) 330-8 (1988). W. X. K. Guo, "Mechanical properties and microstructure of Z1O2Si0 2 composite" J. Mater. , 32(1) 197-201. (1997) Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics V • 27 USING MICROFOCUS X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY TO EVALUATE FLAWS IN CERAMIC DENTAL CROWNS Y.

Collecting several numbers of these frames requires finding a reasonable time per frame. A set of frames with times from 1 minute to 120 minutes were collected. Results frames and selected integrated regions are illustrated in Figure 2a, and b respectively. A Matlab code was developed to fit a combination of two Pearson VII functions [17] on the (004) and (220) peaks as shown in Figure 2c. The curve y(20) is the intensity as a function of angular position 20 that we want to fit on measured intensity 1(20) around the (004) and (200) peaks.

This difference indicates stress induced change in crystal structure. Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics V • 41 Residual Stress and Phase Transformation in Zirconia Restoration Figure 5 a) An optical microscopy image of the measurement location on the crown b) exposure points, starting at the interface between zirconia and porcelain (point 1 ) and proceeding across the zirconia layer away from the interface (point 23) c) Monoclinic 2-D diffraction image (20=63° to 83°) d) Tetragonal 2-D diffraction image (26=63° to 83°).

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