HAP is also a potential implant material due to its excellent osteoconductive properties. HAP has been shown to stimulate osteoconduction and is a material that can be integrated into bone without provoking an immune reaction. The biological response to HAP implants is influenced by its properties. The application of HAP as useful biocompatible materials largely depends on the purity and morphology of the powder. HAP can be prepared by different routes like chemical precipitation, sol-gel route, combustion synthesis, plasma etc.
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Last date updated on July, 2014