Bioceramics: Materials and Applications V, Volume 164

This complaints contains papers on ceramics and glasses utilized in biomedical, dental and organic purposes, together with biomimetics and normal bioceramic fabrics. themes comprise: fabrics; functions; biomimetic fabrics and synthesis; structure/properties of typical ceramic-based fabrics; habit in organic environments; and synthesis, processing, characterization, and properties.Content:

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3. Table I. Composition determined by EDX of target and deposited films. Target C,2A7 Deposited at 170 °C Deposited at 330 °C Deposited at 460 °C Ca 23% 14% 14% 13% Al 27% 25% 28% 27% 0 50% 61% 59% 59 % The films were amorphous as measured by X-ray diffraction (X-ray amorphous) for the lower deposition temperatures used. For coatings deposited at 460 °C some X-ray reflections are seen. The growth rate is about 60 nm/hour. With electron diffraction in a TEM no diffraction pattern was shown for any of the films, possibly due to a very small grain size.

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