By Roger Narayan, Paolo Colombo, Dileep Singh, Jonathan Salem
Increase your knowing within the most useful points of advances in bioceramics and porous ceramics. This number of logically equipped and thoroughly chosen articles comprise the lawsuits of the “Porous Ceramics: Novel advancements and purposes” and “Next iteration Bioceramics” symposia, that have been hung on January 27-February 1, 2008.
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Figure 2: SEM of M B C P ~block showing interconnected macroporous structure Figure 3: Higher magnification Of MBCPm block showing crystal size and microporous structure Presently, commercial BCP products of different or similar HA@-TCP ratios are manufactured in many parts of the world and their successful use in medicine and dentistry were published [3 1-41]. The total porosity (macroporosity plus microporosity) of these products is reported to be about 70% of the bioceramic volume. The current BCP commercial products with HA@-TCP ratios ranging from 60140 to 75/25, present similar YO macroporosity (50 to 6O%'), but the YOmicroporosities are very different (varying from 3% to 25%).
Short duration (30 min) heat treatment of eggshells caused their color change from white to black, thereafter; they became white after 3 h heating. The color change suggests that most of the organic materials were removed. Powders were then crushed in an agate mortar and reacted with phosphoric acid powder (50:50wt % H3P04) in an exothermic reaction. Products were milled in ethanol solvent for 10 h by ball mill, after which polyethylene glycol (PEG) was added to portions of the powder. Batches were sieved with 100 pm mesh and green compacts were formed through dry pressing at 220 MPa.
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