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Solubility and biocompatibility of glass

by Arthur Edward Clark

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glass,
  • Corrosion,
  • Biomedical materials

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur E. Clark
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 171 leaves.
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24830272M
    OCLC/WorldCa14100519

    (Westminster Series.) 8vo, *2 oo Rosenhain, W. Glass Manufacture. (Westminster Series.) 8vo, *2 oo Physical Metallurgy, An Introduction to. Appears in books from A comprehensive study, carried out on a quaternary phosphate glass, suggested that adding zinc in more than 10% of glass composition may yield poor biocompatibility and cell death because of its.

      Glass-ionomer cements (GICs) are essential materials in clinical practice because of their versatility, self-adhesion to enamel and dentine, and good biocompatibility. Borosilicate glass contains a significant amount of boric oxide, aluminum oxide and alkali and/or alkaline earth oxides. Borosilicate glass has a high hydrolytic resistance due to the chemical composition of the glass itself and is classified as Type I glass. Soda-lime glass is a silica glass .

    Aluminium oxide (IUPAC name) or aluminum oxide (American English) is a chemical compound of aluminium and oxygen with the chemical formula Al 2 O is the most commonly occurring of several aluminium oxides, and specifically identified as aluminium(III) is commonly called alumina and may also be called aloxide, aloxite, or alundum depending on particular forms or applications. Polyvinyl butyral (or PVB) is a resin mostly used for applications that require strong binding, optical clarity, adhesion to many surfaces, toughness and flexibility. It is prepared from polyvinyl alcohol by reaction with major application is laminated safety glass for automobile windshields. Trade names for PVB-films include KB PVB, Saflex, GlasNovations, Butacite, WINLITE.


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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback $ 1 New from $Author: Arthur Edward Clark. Phosphate glass is particularly attractive for immobilisation of high Al and Na wastes.

Fig. shows the glass-forming regions of the Na 2 O–Al 2 O 3 –P 2 O 5 system (Poluektov, Schmidt, Kascheev, & Ojovan, ). For low-to-moderate melting temperatures, the optimum range of. A biocompatibility study was performed using mice, in which no toxicity was detected in mice exposed intravenously to GO at low ( mg) and medium ( mg) doses, whereas a high dose of GO ( mg) resulted in chronic toxicity Another study demonstrated that the functional aspects differed with size; larger GO particles of 1–5 μm and Cited by:   The nominal composition of bioactive glasses included in this study is shown in Table Melt-derived glasses were synthesized by mixing Ca(H 2 PO 4) 2, Na 2 CO 3, CaCO 3, MgO, and SiO 2 in alcohol for 45 min and drying the blend at a temperature of 60°C for 24 h (Fernandes, ).The next stage begins by melting of 80 g portions in platinum molds at a temperature of °C for 1 by: 4.

Following a comparison of conventional and biofunctional glasses, the bioactivity of glass was examined associated with a hydrolytic degradation process and to the development of a hydroxyapatite calcium phosphate film at the glass/bone tissue interface. The main compositions of Author: Bruno Locardi.

Micelles are well established solubilizing agents which can solubilize poorly soluble drug moieties. For choosing the optimum solubilizing medium for levofloxacin (LEVO) solubilization, studies were carried out using various surfactants viz., tyloxapol, tw tw sodium cholate, (NaC), sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS), dodecyl ethyl dimethyl ammonium bromide (DDAB), dodecyl trimethyl.

Glass-ionomer cements (GIC) have still been retained as viable alternatives to MTA because of their ability to bond with dentin, biocompatibility, antimicrobial activity, and favorable cost-benefit analysis. Pieper et al., have reported very low solubility values of GIC as compared to IRM.

The biocompatibility of bioactive glasses generally depends on the silicate part of the glass and reaches an optimum graft-bone bonding between when the glass contains 45–52% silicate [ 69 ].

Biocompatibility is the main prerequisite for their safe use as medical devices. In order to assess the biocompatibility of a material, it is necessary to do a battery of tests, depending on the intended use, location and duration the material is to come in contact with the tissues.

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Book • Authors: Chapter 17 - Solubility, Permeability, and Diffusion of Gases in Glass. Pages Select Chapter 18 - Chemical Durability. Book chapter Full text access. Chapter 18 - Chemical Durability. Pages Select Chapter 19 - Estimation of Properties.

For the solubility in some solvents, the solubility of these copolyimides depended on the PC content of polymers. For example, only PIPC-1 in Table 1 was soluble in chloroform and tetrahydrofuran (THF), but PIPC-2, 3 and 4 were insoluble in these low boiling point solvents.

The solubility of samples were measured at 25 °C at pH, and α-Melanocyte hormone: C-tetra(octyl)calixresorcin [4]arene: The surface was characterized by XPS and MALDI-ToF MS: The peptide was attached to the calixarene with PEG and then coated onto glass. The glass can be modified by several ways to enhance the physical properties of the cement.

Ca can be replaced by Sr, Ba or La to give a R/O glass 2. Washing glasses with organic acids to remove surface concentration of Ca which will help prolong WT 3.

Corundum, Rutile, Baddelyte disperse phases can be added to increase flexural strength 4. The book will improve the reader's ability to critically analyze information provided by manufacturers, provide a better understanding of the biocompatibility of single material groups, and thus.

Conventional Glass Ionomercement disks; control group, (Group 1) and other groups' disks were modified by adding chitosan solution to poly carboxylic acid liquid of GIC (v/v) in ratio of Neither the Blue Book memo nor ISO prescribes a specific battery of tests for any particular medical device.

Rather, they provide a framework that can be used to design a biocompatibility testing program. As with the Tripartite and the ISO standard, the core of the Blue Book memo is a materials biocompatibility matrix.

In book: Advances in Ceramics - Electric and Magnetic Ceramics, Bioceramics, Ceramics and Environment Bioactive glass ceramics and calcium phosphate In vivo biocompatibility. Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), a synthetic resin produced from the polymerization of methyl methacrylate.

A transparent and rigid plastic, PMMA is often used as a substitute for glass in products such as shatterproof windows, skylights, illuminated signs, and aircraft canopies.

It is sold under the trademarks Plexiglas, Lucite, and Perspex. PMMA, an ester of methacrylic acid (CH 2 =C[CH 3]CO. The purpose of this study is to prepare and evaluate the effect of synthesized titanium dioxide (TiO 2) nanoparticles for their biocompatibility on physiological body fluids and the effect of cell toxicity to produce osteointegration when used as implantable the past few decades, the number of researches done to understand the importance of the biocompatibility of bioceramics.

MTX is slightly soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid, but is soluble in dilute solutions of alkali. A and fold increased solubility was found when pH increased from 5 to 7. Aqueous solutions can be prepared by dissolving in aqueous buffers. The solubility in PBS is ~1 mg/mL. It is not recommended to store solution more than one day.Exposure of denture base acrylic resins to the oral environment and storage media for extended periods of time results in sorption of saliva or water, leading to a reduction in physical properties and thus clinical service life.

The purpose of this in vitro study was to assess the sorption and solubility of high-impact heat-polymerised denture base acrylic resin (HI PMMA) impregnated with.Current FDA biocompatibility guidelines are contained in blue book memorandum #G, a document based on the international standard ISOBiological Evaluation of Medical Devices, Part 1: Evaluation and Testing.

The FDA memo and the ISO standard describe means of addressing the potential toxicity resulting from contact with the component.