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The revision has addressed all the comments except a minor typo (see attached annotated PDF). Please correct this in your final proof as indicated.
Please check the highlighted areas and do the needful.
Please address the minor concerns raised by the reviewers. The references citation format is outlined in the author guidelines, available online.
Very interesting study comparing physical characteristics of different dental resin-based composites. The article is well presented and the study well designed.
Well designed study. It would help the reader, however, to know which shade was used and how many specimens were produced (sample size of the study).
The conclusions of the study are supported by the result, however, see comments on the Experimental Design.
Well written manuscript, very interesting topic. The manuscript would need minor revisions:
1) Shade of the products;
2) Sample size for each test
3) punctuation at the Reference List. It is missing or inconsistent.
A well done study. Need to simplify the results as explained in the Summary, Abstract and conclusions. Grammatical corrections required.
The type of composites rather than the trade names need to be referred.The page numbers of the references are not as per the guidelines.
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