In vitro corrosion behavior of Ti-Mo-W alloys in artificial saliva

I. Ghica, C. M. Cotruţ, M. Buzatu, I. V. Antoniac, V. Geantǎ, M. Buţu, M. I. Petrescu, R. Ştefǎnoiu, E. Ungureanu, G. Iacob, R. N. Ionescu

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Titanium and its alloys are preferred materials used for medical devices manufacturing due to their specific properties. The corrosion behavior in artificial saliva of the newly developed Ti-Mo-W alloys, with elastic modulus closer to the human bone value was studied by means of linear polarization technique in the following steps: I) measurement/monitoring of open circuit potential (EOC) over 6 hours; ii) tracing linear polarization curves from ±200 mV (vs. OCP)-Tafel plots, with a scan rate of 0.167 mV/s. Electrochemical tests were performed according to ASTM G59-97 (2014)using a Potentiostat/Galvanostatto which a low current interface (LCI) was coupled. The tests were performedin Fusayama Meyer artificial saliva with a pH of 5.2 at the human body temperature (37±0.5°C) which mimic the oral environment. The results indicate that the alloys Ti15Mo7W and Ti15Mo11W have better corrosion behavior than Ti6Al4V.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012028
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume572
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2019
Externally publishedYes
Event2019 International Conference on Innovative Research, ICIR EUROINVENT 2019 - Iasi, Romania
Duration: 16 May 201917 May 2019

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Artificial Saliva
Polarization
Corrosion
Titanium alloys
Bone
Titanium
Elastic moduli
Networks (circuits)
Monitoring
Temperature

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  • Engineering(all)

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In vitro corrosion behavior of Ti-Mo-W alloys in artificial saliva. / Ghica, I.; Cotruţ, C. M.; Buzatu, M.; Antoniac, I. V.; Geantǎ, V.; Buţu, M.; Petrescu, M. I.; Ştefǎnoiu, R.; Ungureanu, E.; Iacob, G.; Ionescu, R. N.

In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 572, No. 1, 012028, 02.08.2019.

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Ghica, I, Cotruţ, CM, Buzatu, M, Antoniac, IV, Geantǎ, V, Buţu, M, Petrescu, MI, Ştefǎnoiu, R, Ungureanu, E, Iacob, G & Ionescu, RN 2019, 'In vitro corrosion behavior of Ti-Mo-W alloys in artificial saliva', IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, vol. 572, no. 1, 012028. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/572/1/012028
Ghica, I. ; Cotruţ, C. M. ; Buzatu, M. ; Antoniac, I. V. ; Geantǎ, V. ; Buţu, M. ; Petrescu, M. I. ; Ştefǎnoiu, R. ; Ungureanu, E. ; Iacob, G. ; Ionescu, R. N. / In vitro corrosion behavior of Ti-Mo-W alloys in artificial saliva. In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. 2019 ; Vol. 572, No. 1.
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