Role of magnesium during spontaneous formation of a calcium phosphate layer at the periphery of a bioactive glass coating doped with mgo

@inproceedings{Jallot2003RoleOM,
  title={Role of magnesium during spontaneous formation of a calcium phosphate layer at the periphery of a bioactive glass coating doped with mgo},
  author={Edouard Jallot},
  year={2003}
}
The prerequisite for bioactive glasses to bond to living bone is the formation of biologically active apatites on their surface in the body. Reactions and bioactivity mechanisms between bioactive glasses and bone depend on the glass composition. Our results demonstrate this property of bioactivity for the studied bioactive glass. The bioactive glass doped with MgO leads to the formation of a Ca–P–Mg rich layer on top of a pure Si layer. Ca, P and Mg elements diffuse through the Si rich layer… CONTINUE READING

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