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|Title:||Modification of the titanium implants surface with TiO2 coatings obtained by sol-gel method via dip-coating|
|Authors:||Tarala, V. A.|
Тарала, В. А.
Kravtsov, A. A.
Кравцов, А. А.
Chikulina, I. S.
Чикулина, И. С.
|Keywords:||Coatings;Metal implants;Oxides;Scanning electron microscopy;Sol-gel process;Sol-gels;Titanium dioxide;Topography|
|Citation:||Tarala, V.A., Dolgalev, A.A., Kravtsov, A.A., Chikulina, I.S., Bukhalov, B.V. Modification of the titanium implants surface with TiO2 coatings obtained by sol-gel method via dip-coating // MATEC Web of Conferences. - 2018. - Volume 226. - Номер статьи 03014|
|Series/Report no.:||MATEC Web of Conferences|
|Abstract:||Within the framework of the study, TiO2 coatings were obtained by sol-gel method via dip-coating. For the films obtaining, manual drawing the substrate from the solution at a relatively high rate of 30 mm / min and automated drawing from the solution at low drawing rates (from 1 to 10 mm / min) were used. The morphology of coatings has been studied by scanning electron microscopy. The influence of the mode and the rate of drawing of the substrate from the solution on the films morphology was demonstrated. Analysis of the data showed, that the surface morphology of the coatings obtained at lower drawing rates by an automated method is much more homogeneous - the titanium dioxide films completely repeats the topography of the substrate surface, there are practically no fissures. Qualitative coatings of titanium dioxide, completely replicating the surface relief of the substrate, can be obtained by this method. Selection of the substrate drawing rate allows reducing the influence of the substrate topography and avoiding the appearance of crystallization centers, and as a consequence, the appearance of defects in the morphology of coatings, such as fissures or microparticles|
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