This study considers X-ray power diffraction (XRD) applied to the study of mineral-based biomaterials used in odontostomatology. By means of this method the following materials were analysed: reabsorbable Dac Blu, non reabsorbable Dac Blu, non reabsorbable atomized Dac Blu, non reabsorbable fine Dac Blu, reabsorbable Biocoral 450, Calcitite 2040-12, Orthogel, Apagen, BTF 65, Calcitite 4060-2, Osprogel, Bio-oss, Biostite, Osprovit, Merck Hydroxyapatite. These analysis allow the identification of the crystalline phases, the study of the crystallinity and the crystal chemistry of the samples prepared as powder mixtures. This method permits the determination of the physical chemical and crystalline characteristics of these mineral based biomaterials formed by powders or transformable in powders. All of this information is indispensable for the evaluation of the functional biocompatibility of a biomaterial when its reaction in a biological environment is already known. This method has a great number of advantages against the traditional methods, marking with solid phases, it does not destroy the sample, it does not modify the physical or chemical characteristics and gives more information.

X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) in the study of biomaterials used in dentistry. 3

ITRO, Angelo;
1995

Abstract

This study considers X-ray power diffraction (XRD) applied to the study of mineral-based biomaterials used in odontostomatology. By means of this method the following materials were analysed: reabsorbable Dac Blu, non reabsorbable Dac Blu, non reabsorbable atomized Dac Blu, non reabsorbable fine Dac Blu, reabsorbable Biocoral 450, Calcitite 2040-12, Orthogel, Apagen, BTF 65, Calcitite 4060-2, Osprogel, Bio-oss, Biostite, Osprovit, Merck Hydroxyapatite. These analysis allow the identification of the crystalline phases, the study of the crystallinity and the crystal chemistry of the samples prepared as powder mixtures. This method permits the determination of the physical chemical and crystalline characteristics of these mineral based biomaterials formed by powders or transformable in powders. All of this information is indispensable for the evaluation of the functional biocompatibility of a biomaterial when its reaction in a biological environment is already known. This method has a great number of advantages against the traditional methods, marking with solid phases, it does not destroy the sample, it does not modify the physical or chemical characteristics and gives more information.
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