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Staphylococcus epidermidis adhesion on surface-treated open-cell Ti6Al4V foams
(De Gruyter, 2016-06)
The effect of alkali and nitric acid surface treatments on the adhesion of Staphylococcus epidermidis to the surface of 60% porous open-cell Ti6Al4V foam was investigated. The resultant surface roughness of foam particles ...
The effect of nitric acid surface treatment on CaP deposition of Ti6Al4V open-cell foams in SBF solution
The effect of nitric acid surface treatment on CaP deposition of an open-cell Ti6Al4V foam (60% porous and 300–500 m in pore size), prepared by means of the space holder method using 94 and 66 μm average particle size ...
The effect of surface treatment on CaP deposition of Ti6Al4V open cell foams in SBF solution
The effects of alkali and nitric acid surface treatment and acid etching on the CaP deposition of an open cell Ti6Al4V foam (60% porous and 300–500 μm in pore size) developed for biomedical applications were investigated ...
Processing and compression testing of Ti6Al4V foams for biomedical applications
Open cell Ti6Al4V foams (60% porosity) were prepared at sintering temperatures between 1,200 and 1,350 °C using ammonium bicarbonate particles (315–500 μm) as space holder. The resulting cellular structure of the foams ...
Corrigendum to ‘‘The effect of surface treatment on CaP deposition of Ti6Al4V open cell foams in SBF solution.’’ [Ceram. Int. 39 (2010) 1805–1816]
The authors regret that they accidentally omitted to refer to Prof. A.C. Tas, who originally found the SBF solution used in the experiments. The corrections to the affected sentences are listed below. ‘‘The SBF solution ...