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Development of Ti-Mo alloys for biomedical applications: Microstructure and electrochemical characterization
(Elsevier Science SaLausanneSuíça, 2007)
Is There Scientific Evidence Favoring The Substitution Of Commercially Pure Titanium With Titanium Alloys For The Manufacture Of Dental Implants?
(Elsevier Science BVAmsterdam, 2017)
Effect of molybdenum on the formation of Ti6Si2B in mechanically alloyed Ti-Mo-Si-B powders
This paper discusses on effect of molybdenum on the Ti6Si2B formation in mechanically alloyed and hot-pressed Ti-xMo-22Si-11B (x= 2, 5, 7 and 10 at%) alloys. High-energy ball milling and hot pressing were utilized to produce ...
Influence of thermal and mechanical cycling on the flexural strength of ceramics with titanium or gold alloy frameworks
Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of thermal and mechanical cycling alone or in combination, on the flexural strength of ceramic and metallic frameworks cast in gold alloy or titanium. Methods: ...
Effects of alloying elements on the cytotoxic response of titanium alloys
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
Titanium alloys, alloys, especially beta-type alloys containing beta-stabilizing elements, constitute a highly versatile category of metallic materials that have been under constant development for application in orthopedics ...
Mechanical and microstructural characterization of the Ti-25Ta-25Nb alloy for dental applications
Titanium and its alloys have been used in biomedical applications due to their excellent properties such as high corrosion resistance, biocompatibility and mechanical properties. In orthodontics, initially, it was common ...
The addition of Si to the Ti-35Nb alloy and its effect on the corrosion resistance, when applied to biomedical materials
(Elsevier Science SaLausanneSuíça, 2014)