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STEM and EDXS Characterization of Physico‐chemical Reactions at the Periphery of Bioactive Glass Particles in Contact with Biological Fluids
Instrumentation Science & Technology
Knowledge of the local concentration and species of ions released at the bioactive glass particles/biological fluids interface is primordial to the understand of the complex interfacial reactions and physico-chemical properties of bioactive glasses. This work characterises the interface that bioactive glass particles develop after immersion into biological fluids for different delays (1, 2, 4, 28 days). The distribution of silicon, phosphorus, calcium and aluminium varied across bioactivedoi:10.1081/ci-120030537 fatcat:m4umxad4xnhpxlnoqgsf7z6k2e