The purpose of this study was to evaluate microstructures on the etched surface of 11 base metal alloys for dental restorations and to observe the relationship between the etching pattern and beryllium. For this purpose, the following experiments were done; 11 base metal alloys were etched in (1) 10% $H_2SO_4$, (2) 10% $H_2SO_4$, 9 parts+methanol 1 part (3) Conc. $HNO_3$ 25%+glacial acetic acid 25%+$H_2O$ 50% (4) Conc. $HNO_3$ 5% (5) 2% glacial acetic acid added to Conc. $HNO_3$ 1% solution, with their etching conditions varied. Etched surface of alloys were examined under the scanning electron microscope. Results were as follows; 1. Almost all of Ni-Cr-Be alloys showed gooed etchd surface in $H_2SO_4$, solution, while some of those alloys which contains no beryllium showed good etched surface in $HNO_3$ solution. 2. Main components of etching solution can vary etching pattern of alloys. 3. Gamma prime phase relief, which can be found in all Ni-Cr-Be alloys, can't be found in any alloy that contains no beryllium.
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