Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering by Min Wang (auth.), Professor Donglu Shi (eds.)

By Min Wang (auth.), Professor Donglu Shi (eds.)

This paintings specializes in simple techniques and up to date advances within the fields of biomaterials and tissue engineering. It covers a vast spectrum of biomaterials processing and structural features together with discussions of biocomposites, bioglasses and concerns referring to biocompatibility and tissue engineering. The textual content additionally offers the mandatory theoretical historical past in addition to quite a lot of sensible purposes. the extent and elegance make it available not just to clinical and clinical researchers but additionally to graduate students.

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3. The dissolution rate increased in the following order: HA < ß-TCP < a-TCP < TTCP (1. 14) Compared to ß-TCP, a-TCP has a lower density and a higher free energy of formation and is therefore expected to be more reactive (Bohner and Lemaitre, 1996). a -TCP is fairly reactive in aqueous systems and can be hydrolyzed to mixtures of DCPD, calcium-deficient oxyhydroxyapatite, and other calcium phosphates in varying proportions, depending upon the conditions. ß-TCP does not form in aqueous systems. Some evidence showed that ß-TCP is always more soluble than oxyhydroxyapatite, but above pH = 6, it is less soluble than other 23 Min Wang B column of: ~- TCPand ~-TCP Derivatives (a) ){; Y,3 Synthetic Whitlockite Cation% Cation% (b) (c) (d) (e) ~ ~!

CaO . 2Si02 was prepared by the conventional melt-quenching method. The powder compact of a glass of the nominal composition MgO 4. 6 wt% , CaO 44. 2 wt% , CaF2 O. , 1986). As a result, the glass powder was fully densified at about 830't , and then oxyfluoroapatite and ß-wollastonite were precipitated successfully at 870't and 900't, respectively, to give a crack- and pore-free, dense and homogeneous glass-ceramic. ß-Wollastonite consisting of a silicate chain structure was chosen as the reinforcing phase.

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