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Upon immersion in SBF, the compressive strength of both groups of scaffolds decreased with immersion time (Fig. 5). 6 After immersion in SBF for 30 days, the mean compressive strength of the silicate 13-93 scaffolds decreased by -40% to 87 ± 28 MPa. In comparison, the mean compressive strength of the borate 13-93B3 scaffolds decreased by - 8 5 % to 9 ± 4 MPa. Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics V • 17 In Vitro Evaluation of Silicate and Borate Bioactive Glass Scaffolds 180 r 160 [ CD Q.
Solids, 100(1-3) 330-8 (1988). W. X. K. Guo, "Mechanical properties and microstructure of Z1O2Si0 2 composite" J. Mater. , 32(1) 197-201. (1997) Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics V • 27 USING MICROFOCUS X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY TO EVALUATE FLAWS IN CERAMIC DENTAL CROWNS Y. Zhang , J. C. Hanan* School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078 ABSTRACT The size and distribution of flaws in ceramic dental crowns are important factors that will affect fatigue and fracture.
For the borate 13-93B3 scaffolds reacted in SBF for 30 days, heat treatment (1 h at 900 °C) resulted in the formation of peaks in the XRD pattern which corresponded a reference HA (JCPDS 72-1243) (Fig. 4). The HA peaks presumably resulted from the crystallization of the amorphous calcium phosphate formed during the conversion reaction. The XRD pattern also showed minor peaks corresponding to the presence of 16 • Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics V In Vitro Evaluation of Silicate and Borate Bioactive Glass Scaffolds calcium metaborate, Ca(B02)2 (JCPDS 78-1277) presumably due to crystallization of the unconverted glass in the scaffold.