Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 22 - 38 2019-06-30

Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION

Simay Erdibil [1] , Serap Cesur [2] , Rasim İpek [3]

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Biodegradable implants have many advantages over conventional steel and titanium based implants. Most important one of these advantages is the ability of these implants to degrade within a desired span of time (compatible with tissue and bone growth) after their function is over, without giving any harm to the body. The aim of this study is to develop a magnesium based biodegradable implant to be used as a bone plate. Mechanical and physical properties of Mg alloys that should possess for these applications are almost completely established, whereas the applicability still has to be investigated. In this study, Mg/MgZn/Zn composites were produced by mechanical alloying and hot pressing. Biodegradability of Mg/MgZn/Zn composites was tested as in-vitro in simulated body fluid (SBF) solution. SBF is nearly equal to human body blood plasma with ion concentrations. Seven implants were produced. They were placed in SBF solution and then their corrosion resistances were followed. During the process, visual changes of the implants were observed, pH, Mg ion concentrations of SBF solutions and mass, dimensional changes of degraded implants in solutions were measured. As soon as, implants were placed in SBF solutions, gas outlet of H2 was observed, because of Redox reaction, which took place between implants and SBF. The composites in SBF remained between 1-360 hours and Zn% 2.35 and 3.10 had the longest degradation time when compared to others. Therefore, only three of the composites Zn% 0 (7h), 2.35 (360h) and 3.10 (192h) were selected for further, SEM and mechanical control tests.

Magnesium, Zinc, MgZn composites, biodegradable implants, SBF
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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-8687-5312
Author: Simay Erdibil (Primary Author)
Institution: EGE UNIVERSITY, INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (MASTER)
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-6581-0854
Author: Serap Cesur
Institution: EGE UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY ENGINEERING
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-2345-6789
Author: Rasim İpek
Institution: EGE UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date: June 30, 2019

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APA Erdibil, S , Cesur, S , İpek, R . (2019). Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION. Usak University Journal of Engineering Sciences, 2 (1), 22-38. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/uujes/issue/46592/471980
MLA Erdibil, S , Cesur, S , İpek, R . "Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION". Usak University Journal of Engineering Sciences 2 (2019): 22-38 <http://dergipark.org.tr/uujes/issue/46592/471980>
Chicago Erdibil, S , Cesur, S , İpek, R . "Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION". Usak University Journal of Engineering Sciences 2 (2019): 22-38
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ISNAD Erdibil, Simay , Cesur, Serap , İpek, Rasim . "Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION". Usak University Journal of Engineering Sciences 2 / 1 (June 2019): 22-38.
AMA Erdibil S , Cesur S , İpek R . Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION. UUJES. 2019; 2(1): 22-38.
Vancouver Erdibil S , Cesur S , İpek R . Mg/Zn COMPOSITES PRODUCED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING AND HOT PRESSING AND IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION. Usak University Journal of Engineering Sciences. 2019; 2(1): 38-22.