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dc.contributor.authorToderașcu, Georgeta
dc.contributor.authorDumitrașcu, Valentin
dc.contributor.authorBenea, Lidia
dc.contributor.authorChiriac, Alexandru
dc.date.accessioned2018-08-09T09:24:10Z
dc.date.available2018-08-09T09:24:10Z
dc.date.issued2015
dc.identifier.issn1453 – 083X
dc.identifier.urihttp://10.11.10.50/xmlui/handle/123456789/5256
dc.descriptionThe Annals of "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati Fascicle IX Metallurgy and Materials Science No. 4 - 2015, ISSN 1453 – 083Xro_RO
dc.description.abstractAlthough stainless steel is a material widely used for biomedical applications, its surface properties for long term application are still a serious concern. 316L stainless steel (SS 316L) is a material commonly used in dentistry for orthodontic braces, wires and in some cases as dental crowns. The pH value of natural saliva from the oral cavity can undergo sudden modification due to food products which are rich in citric acid. The electrochemical corrosion behavior of 316L stainless steel was evaluated in two simulated body fluid solutions, Fusayama-Mayer artificial saliva with pH=5 and Fusayama-Mayer artificial saliva adjusted with citric acid to a pH=1.58 which simulates the environmental conditions of the oral cavity. The surface of SS316L was investigated by optical microscope before and after corrosion assays. The electrochemical corrosion behavior was studied by open circuit potential, potenitodynamic polarization and linear polarization. Optical microscopy was used to characterize the corrosion damage after the electrochemical assays.ro_RO
dc.language.isoenro_RO
dc.publisherUniversitatea "Dunărea de Jos" din Galațiro_RO
dc.subjectbiomaterialsro_RO
dc.subjectstainless steelro_RO
dc.subjectcorrosionro_RO
dc.subjectsimulated body fluidsro_RO
dc.titleCorrosion Behaviour and Biocompatibility of 316 Stainless Steel as Biomaterial in Physiological Environmentro_RO
dc.typeArticlero_RO


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