Corrosion and Corrosion-Assisted Cracking of a Magnesium Alloy under Appropriate Mechano-Chemical Conditions for Temporary Bioimplant Applications

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Harandi, Shervin Eslami;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/5875925bce4d6
  • Subject: corrosion fatigue | magnesium alloys | corrosion | Mechanical Engineering | biodegradable implant materials | stress corrosion cracking | bovine serum albumin
    mesheuropmc: equipment and supplies | technology, industry, and agriculture

In the recent years, magnesium (Mg) and its alloys have attracted great research interest as temporary implants devices such as screws, wires, plates and stents, as they possess one of the best biocompatibilities, and their degradation products are not at al... View more
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