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Volume 3 , Issue 2
Summer 1988

Pages 135-140


Corrosion Resistance of the Implant Materials Contimet 35, Memory, and Vitallium in Artificial Physiological Fluids

Jürgen Geis-Gerstorfer, Dipl-lng/Heiner Weber, Prof Dr Med Dent


PMID: 3251822

The linear polarization method has been used to demonstrate the influence of different electrolytes on the corrosion behavior of Ti, Ni-Ti, and Co-Cr-Mo. Results revealed minimal corrosion tendency for Ti; Co Cr-Mo, and especially Ni-Ti, showed rapid breakdown of passivity with increasing chloride concentrations in unbuffered solutions and little differences in buffered solutions. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1988;3:135-140.)

Key words: artificial body fluids, anodic polarization, corrosion, EDX, implant materials, plasma flame spray coating, SEM


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