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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 67, Issue 5–6, pp 184–186 | Cite as

Use of titanium dioxide for the development of antibacterial glass enamel coatings

  • O. V. SavvovaEmail author
  • L. L. Bragina
Article

It is shown that titanium dioxide is useful for developing antibacterial glass enamel coatings. Antibacterial powder (filler) was synthesized on the basis of hydroxyapatite modified with titanium oxide, and its phase composition was investigated. It was established that the composite glass enamel coatings studied are characterized by a substantial antibacterial and antifungal effect from 70 to 90% with synthesized inorganic filler content from 1 to 5% with Ti4+/(Ti4+ + Ca2+) ratio equal ratio 0.04 – 0.07.

Key words

glass enamel coating titanium dioxide antibacterial properties 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Technical University “Kharkov Polytechnical Institute,”KharkovUkraine

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