Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite

N Patel, E L Follon, Iain Ronald Gibson, S M Best, W Bonfield

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Abstract

Phase pure hydroxyapatite (HA), 0.8 wt.% silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite (0.8SiHA) and 1.5 wt.% silicon substituted hydroxyapatite (1.5SiHA) were isostatically pressed into discs and sintered between 900-1300degreesC for 2 hours in order to assess the effect of silicon/carbonate content on the density, microstructure, hardness and Young's modulus of HA with sintering temperature. C-H-N chemical analysis of the as-prepared SiHA samples showed increased carbonate absorption with silicon content compared to HA samples, but carbonate levels were not detected when the samples were heat-treated. At low sintering temperatures (900-1000degreesC) the densification of SiHA samples was inhibited, with this effect being more significant for the high level of silicon substitution (1.5SiHA) ceramics which was reflected in the hardness and Young's modulus values of the ceramics. However, for high sintering temperatures (1200 and 1300degreesC), the sintered densities, hardness and Young's modulus of HA and SiHA were comparable. Furthermore, examination of the microstructures by scanning electron microscopy showed that silicon substitution inhibited grain growth at high sintering temperatures.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBioceramics
EditorsBesim Ben-Nissan, Doron Sher, William Walsh
Place of PublicationZurich, Switzerland
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
Pages919-922
Number of pages4
Volume15
ISBN (Print)0878499113, 978-0878499113
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jan 2003
Event15th International Symposium on Ceramics in Medicine - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 4 Dec 20028 Dec 2002

Publication series

NameKey Engineering Materials
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
Number2
Volume240
ISSN (Electronic)1013-9826

Conference

Conference15th International Symposium on Ceramics in Medicine
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period4/12/028/12/02

Keywords

  • phase pure hydroxyapatite
  • silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite
  • sintering
  • density
  • microstructure
  • hardness
  • Young's modulus

Cite this

Patel, N., Follon, E. L., Gibson, I. R., Best, S. M., & Bonfield, W. (2003). Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. In B. Ben-Nissan, D. Sher, & W. Walsh (Eds.), Bioceramics (Vol. 15, pp. 919-922). (Key Engineering Materials; Vol. 240, No. 2). Zurich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications Ltd.

Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. / Patel, N ; Follon, E L ; Gibson, Iain Ronald; Best, S M ; Bonfield, W .

Bioceramics. ed. / Besim Ben-Nissan; Doron Sher; William Walsh. Vol. 15 Zurich, Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2003. p. 919-922 (Key Engineering Materials; Vol. 240, No. 2).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Patel, N, Follon, EL, Gibson, IR, Best, SM & Bonfield, W 2003, Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. in B Ben-Nissan, D Sher & W Walsh (eds), Bioceramics. vol. 15, Key Engineering Materials, no. 2, vol. 240, Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 919-922, 15th International Symposium on Ceramics in Medicine , Sydney, Australia, 4/12/02.
Patel N, Follon EL, Gibson IR, Best SM, Bonfield W. Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. In Ben-Nissan B, Sher D, Walsh W, editors, Bioceramics. Vol. 15. Zurich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 2003. p. 919-922. (Key Engineering Materials; 2).
Patel, N ; Follon, E L ; Gibson, Iain Ronald ; Best, S M ; Bonfield, W . / Comparison of sintering and mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite and silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. Bioceramics. editor / Besim Ben-Nissan ; Doron Sher ; William Walsh. Vol. 15 Zurich, Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2003. pp. 919-922 (Key Engineering Materials; 2).
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