STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF ZINC AND SILICATE CO-SUBSTITUTED HYDROXYAPATITE AS BIOMATERIAL FOR MEDICINE
Svetlana V. Makarova, Natalia V. Bulina, Igor Yu. Prosanov, Marina V. Chaikina
Pages: 239-245 Published: 23 Sep 2021
Abstract: The hydroxyapatite is a material chemically similar to the mineral composition of human bone and dental tissues. The introduction of substituents into the structure of HA leads to changes in the biological and physico-chemical properties of materials based on such substitution. The samples with different equal concentration of substituents such as zinc and silicate were obtained via the mechanochemical synthesis. The co-substituted HA samples were investigated by means of FTIR spectroscopy and X-ray powder diffraction. It is shown that this method of the synthesis makes it possible to obtain a single-phase product after 30 min of mechanical action in a planetary ball mill. The substitution limit for the case of double equal substitution has been determined. The effect of heat treatment on the structure of synthesized materials is revealed.
Cite this article: Svetlana V. Makarova, Natalia V. Bulina, Igor Yu. Prosanov, Marina V. Chaikina. STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF ZINC AND SILICATE CO-SUBSTITUTED HYDROXYAPATITE AS BIOMATERIAL FOR MEDICINE. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Materials, Methods & Technologies 15, 239-245 (2021). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002215/