Calcium Phosphate: Structure, Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

Robert B. Heimann, PhD (Editor)
Professor emeritus of Applied Mineralogy and Materials Science, Görlitz, Germany

Series: Biochemistry Research Trends
BISAC: SCI007000

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Calcium phosphates are key materials to sustain life on Earth as constituent of the gravity-defying bony skeletons of all vertebrates as well as the dentine and enamel materials of teeth. This book contains accounts on the historical development of the scientific knowledge gained on calcium orthophosphates, the latest information on the structure of carbonate-bearing hydroxyapatite, the role played by small amounts of molecular water residing in synthetic hydroxyapatite and bone mineral, as well as the nature of oxyhydroxyapatite and oxyapatite as intermediates during dehydroxylation of hydroxyapatite, pertinent information to unravel the complex processes relevant for plasma-sprayed calcium phosphate coatings on endoprosthetic implants. This book is recommended to industrial and academic professionals in the fields of medical technology, orthopedy, dentistry, biology, materials science, chemistry, environmental engineering, and mineralogy. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface pp,vii-xiii

Chapter 1: Calcium orthophosphates and man: A historical perspective from the 1770s to 1940;pp. 1-40
(Sergey V. Dorozhkin,Moscow, Russia)pp,1-40

Chapter 2: The carbonate ions in hydroxyapatite and biological apatite;pp. 41-61
(Michael E. Fleet (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada)pp,41-62

Chapter 3: Structurally incorporated water in bone apatite: A cautionary tale;pp. 63-94
(Jill D. Pasteris, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and the Center for Materials Innovation, Washington University, St. Louis, USA) pp,63-94
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Chapter 4: Putting oxyhydroxyapatite into perspective: A pathway to oxyapatite and its application;pp. 95-120
(Karlis A. Gross and Liene Pluduma, Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia)pp,95-120

Chapter 5: Nanodimensional calcium orthophos-phates: Recent developments and future applications;pp. 121-206
(Sergey V. Dorozhkin, Moscow, Russia)pp,121-206

Chapter 6: Controlled precipitation of calcium phosphates in glass-ceramics;pp. 207-214
(Christian Ritzberger, Marcel Schweiger, Volker M. Rheinberger and Wolfram Höland (Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein)pp,207-214

Chapter 7: Laser-Raman, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron energy loss (EEL) spectroscopy studies of plasma-sprayed hydroxyapatite coatings;pp. 215-230
(Robert B. Heimann (Görlitz, Germany)pp,215-230

Chapter 8: Electrochemical deposition of calcium phosphate coatings on a prosthetic titanium alloy substrate;pp. 231-252
(Richard Drevet and Hicham Benhayoune, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médical, INSERM, Reims, France)pp,231-252

Chapter 9: Nanostructured hydroxyapatite coatings for medical implants deposited by radio-frequency magnetron sputtering: Properties and biomedical application;pp. 253-290
(Roman Surmenev et al., Scientific Educational Centre ‘Biocompatible Materials and Bioengineering’,Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia)pp,253-290

Chapter 10: Effect of ß-TCP ceramics on osteogenic cells and bone healing;pp. 291-302
(Eliezer Gilsohn and Hanna Rapaport, Department of Biotechnology Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel)pp,291-302

Chapter 11: Calcium phosphate bone cements;pp. 303-332
(Sandra Pina and Jose M.F. Ferreira (Department of Ceramics and Glass Engineering, University of Aveiro, Portugal)pp,303-332

Chapter 12: Tetracalcium phosphate-based dental cements;pp. 333-342
(Claus Moseke and Uwe Gbureck, Universität Würzburg, Germany)pp,333-342

Chapter 13:Calcium Phosphate Urinary Stones: Prevalence, Composition And Management;pp. 343-361
(Maria Luigia Gianossi and Vito Summa, Laboratory of Environmental and Medical Geology, Tito Scalo, Italy)pp,343-362

Chapter 14: Transition metal-substituted calcium orthophosphates with NaSiCON structure: A novel type of bioceramics;pp. 363-379
(Robert B. Heimann (Görlitz, Germany)pp,363-380

Chapter 15: Calcium phosphates in dairy products;pp. 381-397
(Frédéric Gaucheron (Science et Technologie du Lait et de l’Œuf, Rennes, France)pp,381-398

Chapter 16: Analysis of a new active ingredient for sunscreens based on tricalcium phosphate nanoparticles;pp. 399-407
(Tatiana S. de Araujo W.Miyakawa,J.B.dos Santos-Filho,C.Otani,E.M.B.de Sousa,S.O.de Souza, Instituto Federal de Ciências e Technologia de Sergipe, Lagarto, Brasil and others)pp,399-408

Chapter 17: The use of apatite-type minerals for immobilization purposes;pp. 409-443
(Herbert Pöllmann, Department of Geosciences, Universität Halle, Germany)pp,409-444

Chapter 18: Calcium phosphate materials for radioactive waste immobilisation;pp. 445-465
(Eric R. Vance and Daniel J. Gregg, Institute for Materials Engineering, ANSTO, Kirrawee, NSW, Australia)pp,445-466

Chapter 19: Calcium phosphate in soft-paste porcelain: bone china;pp. 467-475
(Robert B. Heimann, Görlitz, Germany)pp,467-476

Index pp,477-495

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