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Elsayed, Hamada and Rincon Romero, Acacio and Letizia, Ferroni and Chiara, Gardin and Barbara, Zavan and Enrico, Bernardo (2017) Bioactive glass-ceramic scaffolds from novel 'inorganic gel casting' and sinter-crystallization. [Online journal papers]

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Highly porous wollastonite-diopside glass-ceramics have been successfully obtained by a new gel-casting technique. The gelation of an aqueous slurry of glass powders was not achieved according to the polymerization of an organic monomer, but as the result of alkali activation. The alkali activation of a Ca-Mg silicate glass (with a composition close to 50 mol%wollastonite-50 mol% diopside, with minor amounts of Na2O and P2O5) allowed for the obtainment of well-dispersed concentrated suspensions, undergoing progressive hardening by curing at low temperature (40 °C), owing to the formation of a C-S-H (calcium silicate hydrate) gel. An extensive direct foaming was achieved by vigorous mechanical stirring of partially gelified suspensions, comprising also a surfactant. The open-celled structure resulting from mechanical foaming could be 'frozen' by the subsequent sintering treatment, at 900-1000 °C, causing substantial crystallization. A total porosity exceeding 80%, comprising both well-interconnected macro-pores and micro-pores on cell walls, was accompanied by an excellent compressive strength, even above 5 MPa.


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EPrint type:Online journal papers
Anno di Pubblicazione:2017
Settori scientifico-disciplinari MIUR:Area 09 - Ingegneria industriale e dell'informazione > ING-IND/22 Scienza e tecnologia dei materiali
Struttura di riferimento:Dipartimenti > Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale
Dipartimenti > Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche
Codice ID:11609
Depositato il:07 Jan 2019 13:16
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