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|Title:||Electrophoretic deposition of nanobiocomposites for orthopedic applications: influence of current density and coating duration|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN MEDICINE,20,93-100|
|Abstract:||Frequently metal implants undergo detachment from the host tissue due to inadequate biocompatibility and poor osteointegration. In view of this, bioactive porous apatite-wollastonite/chitosan nanocomposite coating was prepared using electrophoretic deposition (EPD) technique in the present work. The effect of coating duration and current density on surface characteristics of the nanocomposite coating was assessed using optical microscope and scanning electron microscope. EPD led to the formation of thick and homogeneous coating. Adhesion of the composite coating on titanium substrate was evaluated using tape test and bioactivity of the coatings was studied by immersing in simulated body fluid (SBF). The coating with higher current density and longer coating duration was found to be suitable with improved adhesion and bioactivity for intended metal implants.|
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