alexa Degradation behavior of novel Fe/ß-TCP composites produced by powder injection molding for cortical bone replacement

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Degradation behavior of novel Fe/ß-TCP composites produced by powder injection molding for cortical bone replacement

Effects of iron beta-tricalcium phosphate interpenetrating phase composite on degradation rate and strength in comparison to pure iron. Cylindrical samples with 0–50 vol% beta-tricalcium phosphate (ß-TCP) were prepared by powder injection molding. In addition to dense samples, porous iron samples with a porosity of 60.3 % were produced with polyoxymethylene as a placeholder. Dense and porous samples were immersed in 0.9 % sodium chloride solution (NaCl) or in phosphate buffered saline solution (PBS) for 56 days.

 
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