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EPR spectroscopy of tooth enamel: the tooth radicals and the microcrystal alignment

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The paramagnetic radicals induced by radiation in dental enamel are very important because they can be related to the crystalline structure of hydroxyapatite. The R-value, that is, the ratio of the amplitude of the lines of the EPR signal due to radiation, is a measure of the degree of microcrystal alignment in human tooth enamel. The aim of this study is to underline the importance of a correct evaluation of the R-value, by using the current method to increase reproducibility in EPR spectroscopy of tooth enamel. Data with and without correction show a significant difference and, consequently, they give rise to a different valuation of microcrystal alignment.

10.1163/156856701753536688
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2017-07-25

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