Characteristics and properties of hydoxyapatite derived by sol–gel and wet chemical precipitation methods

@inproceedings{Ramesh2015CharacteristicsAP,
  title={Characteristics and properties of hydoxyapatite derived by sol–gel and wet chemical precipitation methods},
  author={Singh Ramesh and Ahmad Nawawi Natasha and Chou Yong Tan and Le Thanh Bang and Amin Niakan and Judha Purbolaksono and Hari Chandran and Chan Y. Ching and Wan Dung Teng},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The synthesis of crystalline hydroxyapatite (HA) nanoparticles with expected microstructure is of primary importance because the process directly relates to the phase purity, morphology, and particle size of the final HA particles. In this work, different morphologies of HA powders were prepared via wet precipitation (HA–Wp) and sol–gel synthesis (HA–Sg) methods. The results showed that pure HA powders were successfully obtained via the two different methods, in which HA–Wp presented… CONTINUE READING

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