Injectability and mechanical properties of magnesium phosphate cements

@article{Moseke2011InjectabilityAM,
  title={Injectability and mechanical properties of magnesium phosphate cements},
  author={Claus Moseke and Vasileios Saratsis and Uwe Gbureck},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={2591-2598}
}
Up to now magnesium phosphate cements are mainly being utilized in wastewater treatment due to their adsorptive properties. Recently they also have been shown to have a high potential as degradable biocements for application as replacement materials for bone defects. In comparison to degradable calcium phosphate cements they have the advantage of setting at neutral pH, which is favorable in biological environment. In this study two parameters of the cement composition, namely powder-to-liquid… CONTINUE READING
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