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Abstract : Bioactive glasses belong to the ceramic family. They are good materials for implantation due to their excellent capacities to create an intimate bond with bones. Copper is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. Titanium is biocompatible and resistant to corrosion. These chemical elements can be introduced in bioactive glasses to provide a wide variety of uses and to enhance the physiological properties of implanted biomaterials. In this work, bioactive glasses doped with different contents of copper and titanium were synthesized by the melting method. The purpose is to study the effect of doping metal element on the thermal characteristics T g, T c, and T f. The results revealed that the increase of the content of copper and titanium in the glass matrix decreases the melting temperature and induces an increase of the thermal stability. The excess entropies of pure and doped glasses were calculated. Obtained results highlighted the decrease of the excess entropy with the increase of metal elements contents.

Keywords : Copper Titanium Glasses Entropy Thermal behavior





Author: Eric Wers - Hassane Oudadesse - Bertrand Lefeuvre - Anita Lucas-Girot - Jean Rocherullé - Ronan Lebullenger -

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