Bioactive glasses : fundamentals, technology and applications [E-Book] / editors: Aldo R. Boccaccini, Delia S. Brauer, Leena Hupa.
Boccaccini, Aldo R., (editor)
Brauer, Delia S., (editor) / Hupa, Leena, (editor)
Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017
1 online resource.
RSC smart materials series ; 23
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Melt-derived Bioactive Silicate Glasses; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Glass
  • A Versatile Biomaterial; 1.1.2 Glass and Properties; 1.1.3 Bioactivity of Glass; 1.2 Properties Essential for Fabrication; 1.2.1 Definition of Glass; 1.2.2 Glass Transformation and Liquidus Temperatures; 1.2.3 Crystallization; 1.2.4 Crystallization of Bioactive Glasses 45S5, S53P4 and 13-93; 1.2.5 Glass Stability; 1.2.6 Time-Temperature-Transformation; 1.2.7 Crystals in Thermal Treatment; 1.2.8 Viscosity; 1.3 Properties Essential in the Final Application
  • 1.3.1 Mechanical Strength1.3.2 Dissolution Reactions; 1.3.3 Dissolution Measurements; 1.3.4 Dissolution in Continuously Flowing Solution; 1.3.5 In vitro Studies of 45S5, S53P4 and 13-93; 1.4 Conclusions and Outlook; References; Chapter 2 Bioactive Glass-ceramics: Processing, Properties and Applications; 2.1 Glass-ceramic Fabrication Methods; 2.2 Bioactivity; 2.3 Background; 2.4 Commercial Bioactive Glass-ceramics; 2.5 Miscellaneous Bioactive Glass-ceramics; 2.6 Magnetic Bioactive Glass-ceramics; 2.7 Radiopaque Bioactive Glass-ceramics; 2.8 Bioactive Glass-ceramic Coatings
  • 2.9 Bioactive Glass-ceramic Composites2.10 Bioactive Glass-ceramic Scaffolds; 2.11 Gel-derived Bioactive Glass-ceramics; 2.12 Conclusions and Outlook; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3 Introduction to the Structure of Silicate, Phosphate and Borate Glasses; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Basics of Silicate and Phosphate Glasses; 3.3 Structure and Properties of Silicate Glasses; 3.3.1 Structure, Solubility and Bioactivity; 3.3.2 Sol-Gel Silicate Glasses; 3.4 Structure and Properties of Phosphate Glasses; 3.4.1 Structure and Dissolution; 3.5 Borate Glasses
  • 3.5.1 Effect of Structure on Borate Glass Properties3.6 Mixed Glass Former Systems; 3.7 Conclusions and Outlook; References; Chapter 4 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Bioactive Glass Structure and In vitro Reactivity; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Structure; 4.2.1 Simulation Methods and Aims; 4.2.2 Structural Descriptors of Bioactivity and Glass Durability; 4.2.3 Bioglass Nanoparticles; 4.3 Dynamics and Reactivity; 4.3.1 Surface and Ion-exchange Processes; 4.3.2 Ion Migration; 4.4 Conclusions and Outlook; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 5 Sol-Gel Glass and Nano-Macro Porous Bioscaffolds
  • 5.1 Introduction5.1.1 Tailored Amorphous Multi-Porous (TAMP) Bioscaffolds; 5.2 Chemistry and Mechanisms of Fabrication of Sol-Gel Bioactive Glasses; 5.2.1 Basic Concepts of Sol-Gel Processing; 5.2.2 Modified Sol-Gel Process: Introduction of Multimodal Porosity via Multiscale Spinodal Phase Separation; 5.3 Biodegradation of TAMP Bioscaffolds Fabricated by Modified Sol-Gel Method; 5.4 Cell Response to TAMP Bioscaffolds; 5.4.1 The Effect of Chemical Composition: Bioactive Glasses Substituted with Boron