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Influence of substrate properties on titanium dental implant coating adhesion

Author Affiliations

  • 1Marien NGOUABI University, Science and Technology Faculty, P.O. Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo and Research Group of Physical Chemical and Mineralogical Properties of Materials, P.O Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo and University Hospital of Brazzaville, B.P. 32 Brazzaville, Congo
  • 2Health Sciences Faculty, Marien NGOUABI University, P.O Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo and University Hospital of Brazzaville, B.P. 32 Brazzaville, Congo
  • 3Marien NGOUABI University, Science and Technology Faculty, P.O. Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo
  • 4Marien NGOUABI University, Science and Technology Faculty, P.O. Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo and Research Group of Physical Chemical and Mineralogical Properties of Materials, P.O Box 69 Brazzaville, Congo and Geological and Mining Research Center, P.O. Box 14520 Brazzaville, Congo

Res. J. Material Sci., Volume 7, Issue (1), Pages 11-13, January,16 (2019)

Abstract

In order to study the reactivity of titanium implant in the saliva environment in the presence of food, thin coating films of titanium were prepared. The dental implant was made using tantalum, molybdenum and copper substrate coated with titanium thin coating. The titanium coating films was deposited using radiofrequency magnetron sputtering reactive method. The adhesion characterization was made although the scratch test and observed using microscope. In the case of tantalum substrate, the periodic patterns appear inside the failure as a circle form.

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