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Using of Magnetron Sputtering for Biocompatible Composites Creating
Metal Matrix Composites [Working Title]
Biocompatible composites obtained using the magnetron sputtering for the production of minimally invasive implantation medical devices (stents) were investigated. Nano-and microdimensional surface layers of Ta, Ti, Ag, and Cu on flat and wire NiTi, Cu, Ti, and SiO 2 substrates were created. The phase composition, surface morphology, and the layer-by-layer composition were investigated on an X-ray diffractometer, SEM, and Auger spectrometer. It was shown that the thickness and the structure ofdoi:10.5772/intechopen.79609 fatcat:us33hwhkpjaftjj3dny5tjjy7i