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Head Start: Graduate Level Resources in Materials Engineering Issue 4: Calcium Phosphates for Medical Applications Sharon Kehoe June 2008 Issue 4 Editor: Joseph T. Stokes Series Editor: Lisa Looney PublishersHead Start: Graduate Level Resources in Materials Engineering Issue 4: Calcium Phosphates for Medical Applications Sharon Kehoe June 2008 Issue 4 Editor: Joseph T. Stokes Series Editor: Lisa Looney Publishers
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Defense of the Mineral Fine Structure of the American Lobster CuticleDefense of the Mineral Fine Structure of the American Lobster Cuticle
The mineral fine structure of lobster cuticle is described from the perspective of its structural protective role and antimicrobial function. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Defense of the Mineral Fine Structure of the American Lobster CuticleDefense of the Mineral Fine Structure of the American Lobster Cuticle
The mineral fine structure of lobster cuticle is described from the perspective of its structural protective role and antimicrobial function. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Press release gc expands its preventive portfolio with mi varnish New fluoride varnish for surface sealing with patented Recaldent™ technology gc is expanding Press release gc expands its preventive portfolio with mi varnish New fluoride varnish for surface sealing with patented Recaldent™ technology gc is expanding
Mi varnish fluoride sealant based on the patented Recaldent™ (cpp-acp). Its bioavailable calcium, phosphate and fluoride ensure an optimised seal following professional tooth cleanings. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Inorganic cements for biomedical application: Calcium Phosphate, Calcium Sulphate and Calcium SilicateInorganic cements for biomedical application: Calcium Phosphate, Calcium Sulphate and Calcium Silicate
School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, uk. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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The application of calcium phosphate precipitation chemistry to phosphorus recovery: the influence of organic ligandsThe application of calcium phosphate precipitation chemistry to phosphorus recovery: the influence of organic ligands
Amorphous calcium phosphate
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The effects of ph and ca/p ratio on the precipitation of calcium phosphateThe effects of ph and ca/p ratio on the precipitation of calcium phosphate
Institute for Aquatic Environmental Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Adenauerring 20, Karlsruhe, d-76128, Germany. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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The application of calcium phosphate precipitation chemistry to phosphorus recovery: the influence of organic ligandsThe application of calcium phosphate precipitation chemistry to phosphorus recovery: the influence of organic ligands
Department of Mineralogy, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London sw7 5BD, uk. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Application of integrated chemical physical processes modelling to aeration treatment of anaerobic digester liquorsApplication of integrated chemical physical processes modelling to aeration treatment of anaerobic digester liquors
Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Nanoscale Confinement Controls the Crystallization of Calcium Phosphate: Relevance to Bone Formation Bram Cantaert,[a] Elia Beniash[b] and Fiona C. Meldrum*[a]Nanoscale Confinement Controls the Crystallization of Calcium Phosphate: Relevance to Bone Formation Bram Cantaert,[a] Elia Beniash[b] and Fiona C. Meldrum*[a]
Nanoscale Confinement Controls the Crystallization of Calcium Phosphate: Relevance to Bone Formation. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Ids press ConferenceIds press Conference
Unfortunately, the freedom from plaque which that requires and the appropriate fluoride concentration are not achieved in all patients. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Stabilisation of Mineral Residues by Phosphate TreatmentStabilisation of Mineral Residues by Phosphate Treatment
An alternative treatment uses phosphoric acid to stabilise mineral residue by the formation of calcium phosphates which are insoluble in natural environments and can incorporate heavy metals inside their crystalline structure yielding safer materials for storage. Amorphous calcium phosphate
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Supplementary section Materials and methodsSupplementary section Materials and methods
A fibrous material, is a co-polymer of lactic and glycolic acids. Bio-Oss® (Geistlich Pharma ag, Switzerlands) granules, deproteinized bone, are bovine derived. Amorphous calcium phosphate
16.79 Kb. 1
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