Surface modification is assuming a strategic role for interface properties tuning, either in the case of interaction between implant and tissue or substrate and coating. However, sometimes a lack of integration between a comprehensive implant surface characterization and, for instance, biological phenomena occurrence can be detected, dealing with inherently different fields of study. This work aims to provide a suitable approach that could allow correlation between substrate features and surrounding environment alterations, whether it biological or not. A chain of characterization techniques and their role within the research path will be explored employing a case study: biomedical Ti6Al4V titanium alloy treated with ultra-short laser for surface texturing and its features and interactions with a natural polymer-based composite as a potential coating.

Surface Characterization Of Ultra-Short Laser Textured Titanium For Biomedical Application

Sanguedolce, Michela;Filice, Luigino
2022-01-01

Abstract

Surface modification is assuming a strategic role for interface properties tuning, either in the case of interaction between implant and tissue or substrate and coating. However, sometimes a lack of integration between a comprehensive implant surface characterization and, for instance, biological phenomena occurrence can be detected, dealing with inherently different fields of study. This work aims to provide a suitable approach that could allow correlation between substrate features and surrounding environment alterations, whether it biological or not. A chain of characterization techniques and their role within the research path will be explored employing a case study: biomedical Ti6Al4V titanium alloy treated with ultra-short laser for surface texturing and its features and interactions with a natural polymer-based composite as a potential coating.
laser texturing, surface characterization, Ti6Al4V
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11770/341536
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