Development of a New Calcium Phosphate Glass Ceramic Porous Scaffold for Guided Bone Regeneration


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M. Navarro et al., "Development of a New Calcium Phosphate Glass Ceramic Porous Scaffold for Guided Bone Regeneration", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 254-256, pp. 945-948, 2004

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[9] M. Navarro, M.P. Ginebra and J.A. Planell: J. Biomed. Mater. Res. In Press. a b Fig. 2. a) Pore size distribution in number for the specimens containing 40, 50 and 60% (w/w) of H2O2 sintered at 570ºC for 3 h. b) X ray diffractograms of the 60 % (w/w) samples processed at 540 and 570ºC after 3 h compared with the glass diffractogram. The main peaks are highlighted, δ-Ca(PO3)2, α-Ca2P2O7 and β-Ca2P2O7.

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