Trace Element Analysis of Dental Powders by X-Ray Fluorescence Technique: A Recent Study
The current study will focus on the experimental method, the elements that should be found in dental powder, and the findings. Medical research has shown that Hg is continuously emitted as vapour into oral air, inhaled, absorbed into body tissues, oxidised to ionic Hg, and finally covalently bonded to cell proteins throughout the last decade. Traditional XRF and hand-held XRF were used to examine dental powder (HHXRF). In XRF, the spectrum reveals a lot of Si, K, Ca, and Zr, while in HHXRF, it displays a lot of Al. The HHXRF has the advantage of revealing Al, a common element found in dental powders. HHXRF is preferable over traditional XRF for obtaining Al, which is abundant in dental powders. The current study will focus on the experimental method, the elements that should be found in dental powder, and the findings.
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Dr. Daisy Joseph
Nuclear Physics Division, BARC, Mumbai, India.
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