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Nanotubular oxide layers formed on the Ti-based implants surfaces-application and possible damages: a review
Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
Implant surface properties define the interaction of the implant with the surrounding tissue. To obtained advanced biological, mechanical and physical properties, metallic implants are often exposed to different kinds of surface modification. The electrochemical anodization process is an efficient method for nanostructured surface modification, which leads to the formation of nanotubular oxide layers on metallic surfaces. These obtained layers could be applied in biomedicine due to theirdoi:10.30544/401 fatcat:ba3l2on3szgvrmedwk2ty6ufve