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The pre-impregnation of the fibre not only affects the degree of impregnation but it also affects the adhesive properties of the finally polymerized FRC. If the fibres are preimpregnated with a light polymerizable bifunctional acrylate or methacrylate monomers the polymer matrix is highly cross-linked in nature and the bond is based on free radical polymerization and on interdiffusion of the monomers of the new resin. The bonding between the FRC substrate and resin can be based on unreacted carbon–carbon double bonds of the functional groups on the surface of polymer matrix of FRC.
4. Viscoelasticity Khan et al.  studied the viscoelastic behavior of FRC and resin based composite (RBC) and it was found that the viscoelastic behavior of FRC was close to dentine (17 GPa) structure as compared to RBC. 34 GPa respectively. 5. Adhesive Failure La Bell et al.  investigated the adhesion of different post systems including metal (titanium), carbon-FRC and glass-FRC posts. Contrary to the other posts, there were no adhesive (post-cement) failures with the individually formed glass-FRC posts, whereas for metal and carbon-FRC the failure rate was 70% and 55% respectively which suggests better interfacial adhesion of cement to these posts.
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