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HOW TO WRITE A SCIENTIFIC PAPER By George Toworfe, PhD
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In an attempt to contribute to breaking the myth surrounding publication of scientific research findings, Dr. George K. Toworfe’s book covers: A general overview of a research paper; How and... More > what to write on the title page of you research paper; the nature of an attractive and informative Abstract; Writing an eye catching introduction to an excellent research paper; how to properly outline and write up the Materials and Methods section of a scientific paper; the most comprehensive way of presenting the results of your findings in a scientific journal; discussing your research findings and drawing your conclusions and the correct mode of listing your literature cited in our publication. This book will stimulate and motivate the reader as well as the scientist to publish his or her research data.< Less
Physico-mechanical Properties of Restorative Biomaterials: Theories and Experiments By George Toworfe, PhD
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Clinical usage of biomaterials became practical during the advent of aseptic surgical techniques. Earlier medical procedures involving usage of biomaterials were generally unsuccessful due to... More > infections and rejection by the host tissues. Problems associated with infections were exacerbated due to biocompatibility issues. Many biomedically engineered bone plates (biomaterials) failed as a result of lack of sophistication in their mechanical designs, since they were thin and were characterized by stress concentrations at vertices (if any). Experimental data discussed in this book analyses the characteristic properties of some of these biomaterials. Some of the theories, principles and their applications that are discussed in this book include the kinetics and theory of shrinkage; the phenomena and theory associated with thermal behaviour of materials and the models and viscoelastic theories. Chapter 6 outlines and discusses experimentally, the viscoelastic characteristic of human dentine.< Less
Physico-mechanical Properties of Restorative Biomaterials: Theories and Experiments By George Toworfe, PhD
Hardcover: $22.88
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Clinical usage of biomaterials became practical during the advent of aseptic surgical techniques. Earlier medical procedures involving usage of biomaterials were generally unsuccessful due to... More > infections and rejection by the host tissues. Problems associated with infections were exacerbated due to biocompatibility issues. Many biomedically engineered bone plates (biomaterials) failed as a result of lack of sophistication in their mechanical designs, since they were thin and were characterized by stress concentrations at vertices (if any). Experimental data discussed in this book analyses the characteristic properties of some of these biomaterials. Some of the theories, principles and their applications that are discussed in this book include the kinetics and theory of shrinkage; the phenomena and theory associated with thermal behaviour of materials and the models and viscoelastic theories. Chapter 6 outlines and discusses experimentally, the viscoelastic characteristic of human dentine.< Less