The benefits of using low accelerating voltage to assess endodontic instruments by scanning electron microscopy
Scanning electron microscopy is often used to evaluate surface contamination and machining defects in dental and other medical instruments. Knowledge of the operating conditions of the SEM, in particular the accelerating voltage, is essential to properly
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