Manufacturing of Biocompatible TiO2-Surface-Structures with a Water Based Tape Casting


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J. Will et al., "Manufacturing of Biocompatible TiO2-Surface-Structures with a Water Based Tape Casting", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 254-256, pp. 937-940, 2004

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