John W. Nicholson
John W. Nicholson
Greenwich University, King's College London, St Mary's University, Laboratory of the Government
Verified email at bluefieldcentre.co.uk
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Proposed nomenclature for glass-ionomer dental cements and related materials
JW MCLEAN
Quintessence Int 25, 587-589, 1994
5491994
The chemistry of polymers
J Nicholson
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017
5312017
Chemistry of glass-ionomer cements: a review
JW Nicholson
Biomaterials 19 (6), 485-494, 1998
5211998
Acid-base cements: their biomedical and industrial applications
AD Wilson, JW Nicholson
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3952005
An evaluation of accelerated Portland cement as a restorative material
JNFMD D. Abdullah,T.R. Pitt Ford, S. Papaioannou
Biomaterials 23, 4001-4010, 2002
3402002
A review of glass-ionomer cements for clinical dentistry
SK Sidhu, JW Nicholson
Journal of functional biomaterials 7 (3), 16, 2016
3362016
Glass ionomer cements in pediatric dentistry: review of the literature
TP Croll, JW Nicholson
Pediatric dentistry 24 (5), 423-429, 2002
2142002
The biocompatibility of resin-modified glass-ionomer cements for dentistry
JW Nicholson, B Czarnecka
dental materials 24 (12), 1702-1708, 2008
1862008
New aspects of the setting of glass-ionomer cements
EA Wasson, JW Nicholson
Journal of dental research 72 (2), 481-483, 1993
1571993
The chemistry of medical and dental materials
JW Nicholson
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020
1492020
The effect of Coca‐Cola and fruit juices on the surface hardness of glass–ionomers and ‘compomers’
M Aliping‐McKenzie, RWA Linden, JW Nicholson
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 31 (11), 1046-1052, 2004
1462004
A preliminary report on the effect of storage in water on the properties of commercial light-cured glass-ionomer cements
JW Nicholson, HM Anstice, JW McLean
British dental journal 173 (3), 98-101, 1992
1451992
Polyacid-modified composite resins (“compomers”) and their use in clinical dentistry
JW Nicholson
Dental materials 23 (5), 615-622, 2007
1422007
Glass-ionomer cements in restorative dentistry.
JW Nicholson, TP Croll
Quintessence international 28 (11), 1997
1231997
Buffering and ion-release by a glass-ionomer cement under near-neutral and acidic conditions
B Czarnecka, H Limanowska-Shaw, JW Nicholson
Biomaterials 23 (13), 2783-2788, 2002
1192002
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic study of the role of tartaric acid in glass-ionomer dental cements
JW Nicholson, PJ Brookman, OM Lacy, AD Wilson
Journal of dental research 67 (12), 1451-1454, 1988
1161988
Prevention of enamel demineralization after tooth bleaching by bioactive glass incorporated into toothpaste
E Gjorgievska, JW Nicholson
Australian dental journal 56 (2), 193-200, 2011
1152011
Glass-ionomer cements as adhesives
AO Akinmade, JW Nicholson
Journal of materials science: materials in Medicine 4 (2), 95-101, 1993
1141993
The biocompatibility of glass-poly (alkenoate)(Glass-Ionomer) cements: A review
JW Nicholson, JH Braybrook, EA Wasson
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 2 (4), 277-285, 1991
1111991
The physical properties of conventional and resin-modified glass-ionomer dental cements stored in saliva, proprietary acidic beverages, saline and water
MA McKenzie, RWA Linden, JW Nicholson
Biomaterials 24 (22), 4063-4069, 2003
982003
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20