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    • Caracterización mecánica y microestructural de nuevas aleaciones multifuncionales de Titanio B libres de Ni para aplicaciones biomédicas 

      Arciniegas Angarita, Milena Patricia; Peña, J.; Manero Planella, José María; Planell Estany, Josep Anton; Gil, F.J. (2008-10-28T14:44:05Z)
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      El objetivo del presente trabajo es diseñar, obtener y caracterizar, mecánica y microestructuralmente, aleaciones de Ti en fase B , libre de Níquel, con memoria de forma y/o bajo módulo elástico para aplicaciones médicas. ...
    • Evaluating mechanical properties and degradation of YTZP dental implants 

      Sevilla Sánchez, Pablo; Sandino Velazquez, Clara; Arciniegas Angarita, Milena Patricia; Martínez Gomis, Jordi; Peraire, M; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier (2010-01)
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      Lately new biomedical grade yttria stabilized zirconia (YTZP) dental implants have appeared in the implantology market. This material has better aesthetical properties than conventional titanium used for implants but long ...
    • In-vitro response of pre-osteoblastic MG63 cells on Ni-free Ti shape memory substrates 

      Arciniegas Angarita, Milena Patricia; Peña Andrés, Francisco Javier; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier; Manero Planella, José María (2013)
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      Ni-free Ti alloys are a potential strategy to overcome the risk of Ni-adverse reactions and rigidity mismatch for implant materials. Here, we report the biological behavior induced for two promising candidate alloys—Ti19.1Nb8.8Zr ...
    • New Ni-free superelastic alloy for orthodontic applications 

      Arciniegas Angarita, Milena Patricia; Manero Planella, José María; Espinar, Eduardo; Llamas Carreras, Jose Maria; Barrera Mora, Jose Maria; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier (2013-08-01)
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      A potential new Ni-free Ti alloy for biomedical applications was assessed in order to investigate the superelastic behavior, corrosion resistance and the biocompatibility. The alloy studied was Ti19.1Nb8.8Zr. The chemical ...