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Calcium Phosphate Ceramic Foam Obtained by Firing a Hydroxyapatite – Monocalcium Phosphate Monohydrate Powder Mixture

The introduction of 24 wt.% powder of monocalcium phosphate monohydrate after firing at 1200°C into an impregnating suspension based on hydroxyapatite powder heat-treated at 800°C effects the formation of calcium phosphate ceramic foam based on β-tricalcium phosphate and β-calcium pyrophosphate. Successive application of hydroxyapatite and biomimetic apatite to calcium phosphate ceramic foam effects greater strength and enrichment with α-tricalcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite. Multiphase calcium phosphate ceramic foam possesses porosity 35 – 60%, static strength to 0.08 MPa, and heightened bioactivity on account of the biomimetic apatite layer.

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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 12, pp. 15 – 21, December, 2021.

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Krut’ko, V.K., Maslova, L.Y., Musskaya, O.N. et al. Calcium Phosphate Ceramic Foam Obtained by Firing a Hydroxyapatite – Monocalcium Phosphate Monohydrate Powder Mixture. Glass Ceram 78, 476–480 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10717-022-00435-y

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Key words

  • calcium phosphate ceramic foam
  • polyurethane foam
  • hydroxyapatite
  • monocalcium phosphate monohydrate
  • tricalcium phosphate
  • biomimetic apatite