O efeito de diferentes níveis de PH em soluções de flúor a 1,1% na corrosão de arcos NITI

Fernando Akio Maeda, Nívea Amaral, Celso Massahiro Ogawa, Saulo Aguiar Farias, Karin de Sá Fernandes, Paulo Eduardo Guedes Carvalho, Tarcila Triviño, Lucas Hian da Silva

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Objetivo: Determinar o pH crítico para ocorrer a corrosão de arcos NiTi em soluções de flúor a 1,1%, variando o pH de 3,5 a 7,0. Materiais e Métodos: Doze amostras com 10mm de comprimento de fio superelástico NiTi 0017 x 0025 (Abzil), obtidas do segmento distal dos arcos. As amostras foram aleatoriamente separadas e imersas dentro de recipientes contendo 40ml de seis soluções (água, soluções fluoretadas com pH: 3,5; 4,0; 4,5; 5,0; 5,5; 6,0; 6,5 e 7,0), sob uma mesa agitadora durante 90 minutos. Todas as amostras foram, então, levadas ao MEV. As imagens das amostras imersas em água e soluções fluoretadas com pH 7,0, 6,5 e 6,0 não se apresentaram diferentes, no entanto a partir da solução fluoretada com pH 5,5, as imagens superficiais apresentaram características diferentes dos grupos anteriores. Conclusão: Com base nos resultados obtidos neste estudo, o pH crítico para corrosão de arcos NiTi em soluções de flúor a 1,1% parece estar entre 6,0 e 5,5.

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Arco NiTi; Corrosão; Solução Fluoretada

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