J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 27(7); 1990 > Article
 Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1990;27(7): 925.
 알루미나에 생체유리의 코팅시 결합의 특성 김정구, 김철영 연세대학교 공과대학 무기재료공학과 Bonding Behavior of Bioglass Coated Alumina ABSTRACT The possible use of bioglass,, which is one of the surface active biomaterials, as implants materials has drawn great attention due to their ability to bond to human living tissue. In the present work, the investigation was carried out to find the bonding phenomena between alumina substrate and bioglass(45S5) or fluorine-containing bioglass(45S5$.$4F), and the properties of coated bioglass. The stable bonding between alumina and bioglass was formed when heat-treated at 1150$^{circ}C$ for 120 minutes or at 1250$^{circ}C$ for 30 minutes for the 45S5, and at 1150$^{circ}C$ for 30 minutes for the 45S5$.$4F. When bioglass coated alumina was heat-treated, great amount of Al was diffused into bioglass from alumina substrate. More Al was diffused into fluorine-containing bioglass than into bioglass without fluorine. At early stage of heat-tretment, the diffused alumina content was increased with the square root of time and it was also increased with the thickness of coating layer and heat-treatment temperatures. The alumina content became constant after its saturation for longer heat-treatment time. Coated bioglasses were crystallized to Na2O$.$CaO$.$3SiO2 when heat-treated at lower temperature, and to CaO$.$SiO2 at higher temperature.
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