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Comparison of disinfectant solutions effect on speed of Cobalt – Chromium Alloy corrosion
H Ansari Lari Dr, SA Abtahi Dr, S Mehraban Jahromi Dr * , SMR Sazvar Dr, L GHahremani Dr
, sariramehraban@yahoo.com
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Background & Aim: Corrosion may be a consequence of disinfecting and cleansing of partial denture chromium – cobalt frameworks using chemical disinfectants and cleansers. There is short information in literature about the effect of these solutions, in comparison with each other, on the corrosion rate of chromium – cobalt alloy. The present study was designed to compare corrosion rate of the chromium – cobalt alloy in disinfecting solutions.

Material & Method: In this experimental in-vitro study, corrosion rates of 35 chromium-cobalt immersed in7disinfecting solutions were determined.  As a complementary test , samples were immersed in two groups of solutions which showed the least and the most corrosion rates as measured by electrochemical tests for a period of one week and their surface and also surface of one untreated control sample was photographed under a scanning electron microscope . Corrosion rates obtained, were statistically analyzed using variance analysing test and multiple comparisons were made using Tukey HSD and Dunnett tests.

Results: The corrosion rates of chromium cobalt sample in the studied solutions from the highest to lowest , were : Sodium Hypochlorite 1%, Fittydent 1 tab/250ml , Micro 10+ 5% , Korsolex Plus 3% , Deconex 53 Plus 2% . Corrosion rates were statistically different in the studied solutions (P<0.05). SEM photographs showed no evidence of corrosion on control sample and samples immersed in Decomex 53 Plus 2% , but localized corrosion was observed on samples immersed in Sodium Hypochlorite 1% .

Conclusion: The present study indicated that Sodium Hypochlorite at the concentration of 1% or more for the purpose of disinfection and cleansing of chromium-cobalt not be used.

Keywords: Corrosion, Chromium, Cobalt, Dental Disinfectant
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Ansari Lari H, Abtahi S, Mehraban Jahromi S, Sazvar S, GHahremani L. Comparison of disinfectant solutions effect on speed of Cobalt – Chromium Alloy corrosion . J Res Dent Sci. 2016; 13 (2) :62-69
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