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||Materials Science & Technology 2020
||Next Generation Biomaterials
||Biocompatible Ceramics Based on Hydrated Calcium Phosphates
||Tatiana Viktorovna Safronova, Gilyana Kazakova, Otabek Toshev, Andrey Kiselev, Tatyana Shatalova, Irina Selezneva, Vladimir Zaitsev
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Materials based on calcium pyrophosphate Са2Р2О7 with a molar ratio Ca/P=1 and calcium polyphosphate Са(РО3)2 (in an amount up to 50%), having a molar ratio Ca/P=0.5 meet the requirements that necessary for application in regenerative medicine. Calcium phosphates with a molar ratio Ca/P=1 (Са2Р2О7.хН2О, СаНРО4.2Н2О, СаНРО4) synthesized from solutions, in pastes, or in conditions of mechanical activation were used as precursors of calcium pyrophosphate Са2Р2О7. Calcium phosphates with a molar ratio Ca/P=0.5 (Са(РО3)2.хН2О, Са(Н2РО4).Н2О, Са(NH4)2P2O7, СаH2P2O7) were used as precursors of calcium polyphosphate Са(РО3)2. Powder mixture comprising precursors of the calcium pyrophosphate and polyphosphate phases at a given molar ratio in the range 0.5<Ca/P<1 were used for production of ceramic materials in the system Са2Р2О7-Са(РО3)2. The target phases are formed as a result of thermal conversion and as a result of heterophase interaction in the investigated mixtures. The work was supported by RFBR, projects # 18-29-11079, # 20-03-00550.
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