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Low density, non-toxicity, biodegradability and mechanical properties similar to human tissues such as bone make magnesium (Mg) alloys attractive for biomedical applications ranging from bone to(More)
The effect of copper sulfate on scorodite precipitation and its mechanism of formation at 150 °C was investigated. Scorodite was determined to be the dominant phase formed under all conditions(More)
Magnesium is an attractive biodegradable material for medical applications due to its non-toxicity, low density and good mechanical properties. The fast degradation rate of magnesium can be tailored(More)
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