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Alexander et al reported that the surface pretreatment will affect the mechanical stability of chemically deposited apatite coating . The surface roughness and chemistry influenced apatite coating adhering on Ti substrates. Different cations and anions can be easily incorporated into apatite coatings via the biomimetic process. The study of ion substitution in hydroxyapatite is relevant for a number of reasons including better understanding of natural biomineralization process and increasing the bioactivity of the material as well as delivering ions to promote bone growth in vivo .
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