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Porous Ti/HA Biocomposites for Biomaterial Applications
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In the present study, we tried to make Ti matrix/hydroxyapatite biocomposites using powder metallurgy and chemical treatments. Three composites were produced: Ti-30vol%HA, Ti15Mo-30vol%HA and Ti13Nb13Zr-44vol%HA. After mechanical milling and spark plasma sintering, Ti/HA composite compacts were produced. Microstructure observations and mechanical property tests showed that composites with two components (Ti-HA) have high hardness, moderate compress strength and lower density. The produced Ti/HA bulk composites were subjected to chemical treatment of immersion into phosphoric acid solution and porous structure was obtained. The obtained porous structure was characterized.

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Jian Lu
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73-78
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.614.73
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Z. G. Liu, Y. M. Zhang, H. Shi, L. J. Xu, Y. Y. Chen, K. D. Woo, "Porous Ti/HA Biocomposites for Biomaterial Applications", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 614, pp. 73-78, 2009
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