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Sodium Is Not Essential for High Bioactivity of Glasses.
This study aims to demonstrate that excellent bioactivity of glass can be achieved without the presence of an alkali metal component in glass composition. In vitro bioactivity of two sodium-free glasses based on the ...
New Insight into Mixing Fluoride and Chloride in Bioactive Silicate Glasses.
Adding fluoride into bioactive glasses leads to fluorapatite formation and a decrease in glass transition temperature. Recently, chloride has been introduced into glasses as an alternative to fluoride. The presence of the ...
Dielectric spectroscopy and dissolution studies of bioactive glasses
© 2017 The American Ceramic Society and Wiley Periodicals, Inc. The first and rate-limiting step in the degradation of bioactive glasses is thought to be the ion exchange of hydrated protons in the external fluid with ...
Molecular Dynamics Investigation of Halide-Containing Phospho-Silicate Bioactive Glasses.
Oxyhalide-containing silicate glasses have been receiving increasing attention in recent years due to their extensive medical and dental applications. This manuscript reports the first detailed structural investigation ...