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The 110°C Thermoluminescence peak as a probe in bioactivity study of the 58S sol-gel bioactive glass
(Trans Tech, 2011-11-06)
Results of the present study provide strong indications towards the effective application of the 110°C Thermoluminescence (TL) peak in discriminating between different bioactive responses for the case of the 58S bioactive ...
Thermoluminescence as a probe in bioactivity studies; the case of 58S sol-gel bioactive glass
(IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2011-10-05)
The formation of a carbonated hydroxyapatite (HCAp) layer on the surface of bioactive materials is the main reaction that takes place upon their immersion in physiological fluids. To date, all techniques used for the ...