1 June 2015 Production of porous oxide coatings with ultrafine crystalline structure on medical implants fabricated from alloy 12Cr18Ni9Ti
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Proceedings Volume 9519, Nanotechnology VII; 951917 (2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2185444
Event: SPIE Microtechnologies, 2015, Barcelona, Spain
Abstract
Using scanning electron microscopy the crystalline structure of porous oxide coatings produced by air-thermal oxidation of orthopedic implants of alloy 12Cr18Ni9Ti at the temperatures of 350 and 400 °C and duration of 1.5 hours was studied. In vivo tests revealed that the resulting coatings promote successful engraftment of thermally modified implants in the body with highly efficient interaction between morphologically heterogeneous coatings and surrounding bone tissue.
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Igor V. Rodionov, Marina A. Fomina, Aleksandr A. Fomin, Elena Yu. Poshivalova, Andrey M. Zakharevich, "Production of porous oxide coatings with ultrafine crystalline structure on medical implants fabricated from alloy 12Cr18Ni9Ti", Proc. SPIE 9519, Nanotechnology VII, 951917 (1 June 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2185444; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2185444
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Oxides

Crystals

Particles

Oxidation

Metals

Bone

Scanning electron microscopy

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