In-vitro investigation of magnetron-sputtered coatings based on silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite

M. A. Surmeneva, R. A. Surmenev, V. F. Pichugin, S. S. Chernousova, M. Epple

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Silicon-containing calcium phosphate (Si-CaP) coatings on titanium and austenite steel substrates have been prepared by method of high-frequency magnetron sputtering. The powder of silicon-containing hydroxyapatite Ca 10(PO 4) 6 - x(SiO 4) x(HO) 2 - x (Si-HA), where x = 0. 5 obtained using a mechanochemical technique, was used as a target material. The obtained coatings were X-ray amorphous; the elemental composition of the coatings depended on the composition of the target to be sputtered. The coatings were heated in air for 3 hours to the temperature 700°C with the aim of changing their structure. The bioactivity of the coatings was studied using in-vitro tests. The solution of the simulated body fluid (SBF) oversaturated with respect to HA was used as a model medium. The phase elemental composition and morphology of the deposited and annealed Si-CaP coatings before and after submersion into the solution were controlled using the methods of X-ray diffraction (XRD), energy-dispersive X-ray analysis (EDAX), and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). According to the XFA and IR-spectroscopy data, heat treatment in the air yields the formation of an apatite-like phase in the coating. Thermostating of "metal + coating" specimens in the solution of simulated body fluid revealed that all obtained coatings were biologically active, and a calcium phosphate layer was formed on the coating surface during mineralization. The annealed coatings show a higher chemical stability under physiological conditions as compared to amorphous coatings.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1202-1207
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Surface Investigation
Volume5
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2011

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Silicon
Durapatite
Hydroxyapatite
Coatings
Calcium phosphate
Phosphate coatings
Body fluids
Chemical analysis
Metal coatings
Energy dispersive X ray analysis
Chemical stability
Apatite
Apatites
Air
Bioactivity
Austenite
Magnetron sputtering
Steel
Energy dispersive spectroscopy
Infrared spectroscopy

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In-vitro investigation of magnetron-sputtered coatings based on silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite. / Surmeneva, M. A.; Surmenev, R. A.; Pichugin, V. F.; Chernousova, S. S.; Epple, M.

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