Multi-purpose bonding performance of three kinds of newly synthesized phosphonic acid monomers was investigated. Methacryloxyalkyl or acryloxyalkyl phosphonoacetates of 6-MHPA, 6-AHPA, 10-MDPA were synthesized in 42.8-51.9% yields with a light yellow viscous liquid, and identified as new compounds by 1H NMR, IR, and elemental analysis. Conventional adhesive monomers, namely VBPA, 4-META, and 4-AETA, and CEBA-p-TSMo-t-BPMA initiator were also used. Seven experimental composite-type adhesive resins comprising these six kinds of adhesive monomers and None (control) with the initiator were prepared. Tensile bond strengths of adhesive resins to unetched ground enamel and dentin, ground porcelain, and sandblasted Ni-Cr alloy were measured at a crosshead speed of 1.0 mm/min. Results showed that except with VBPA, there were no significant differences among 6-MHPA, 6-AHPA, 10-MDPA, 4-AETA, and 4-META in bonding performance to the adherends (p<0.01). It was found that the new phosphonic acid monomers provided good multi-purpose adhesion to all adherends tested.
- Multi-purpose bonding performance
- Phosphonic acid monomers
- Polymerization initiator
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Ceramics and Composites