Corrosion resistance and bioactivity of titanium after surface treatment by three different methods: ion implantation, alkaline treatment and anodic oxidation

Krupa, D.; Baszkiewicz, J.; Kozubowski, J. A.; Mizera, J.; Barcz, A.; Sobczak, J. W.; Bilinski, A.; Rajchel, B.
February 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Feb2005, Vol. 381 Issue 3, p617
Academic Journal
The paper compares the effects of various surface modifications, ion implantation, alkaline treatment and anodic oxidation, upon the corrosion resistance and bioactivity of titanium. The chemical composition of the surface layers thus produced was determined by XPS, SIMS and EDS coupled with SEM. The structure of the layers was examined by TEM, and their phase composition by XRD. The corrosion resistance was determined by electrochemical methods after the samples were exposed to the test conditions for 13 h. The bioactivity of titanium was evaluated in a simulated body fluid at a temperature of 37°C after various exposure time.


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