Ural and Austrian Scientists Studied Multicomponent Nanomaterials For Bone Implants

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Researchers at the Ural Federal University and the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with specialists from the Graz Technical University (Austria), studied how additives affect the properties of nanocomposite materials, in particular, hydroxyapatite, the basis for bone implants. It turned out that, depending on the amount of additives, the effect of the annealing temperature changes: it determines the intensity of oxidation and defect formation.

The study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project No. 20-03-00675), the results were published in the journal Ceramics International.

Zeitraum25 Dez 2020

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  • TitelUral and Austrian Scientists Studied Multicomponent Nanomaterials For Bone Implants
    BekanntheitsgradInternational
    MedienformatWeb
    LandRussland
    Datum der Veröffentlichung25/12/20
    BeschreibungResearchers at the Ural Federal University and the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with specialists from the Graz Technical University (Austria), studied how additives affect the properties of nanocomposite materials, in particular, hydroxyapatite, the basis for bone implants. It turned out that, depending on the amount of additives, the effect of the annealing temperature changes: it determines the intensity of oxidation and defect formation.
    URLhttps://urfu.ru/en/news/34593/
    PersonenHarald Plank