Strengthening of bone cements based on tribasic calcium phosphate by calcium carbonate granules
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The influence of the size and number of calcium carbonate granules introduced to the cement matrix of an alpha-tribasic calcium phosphate–orthophosphoric acid solution on the compression strength of the composite material was studied. A potential increase in strength by a factor of six by the introduction of an optimal amount of granules into the matrix was determined.
Keywordscalcium phosphates calcium carbonate bone cements dispersion strengthening
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