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An analytical model for the dissolution of different particle size samples of Bioglass® in TRIS-buffered solution

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12057 776 2005 9 PDF Available
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An analytical model for the dissolution of different particle size samples of Bioglass® in TRIS-buffered solution
Abstract

We analyzed the early stages of reactivity of three different particle size samples of Bioglass® 45S5 and a bulk sample in TRIS-buffered solution at pH 8. Ion release, measured with ion-coupled plasma emission spectroscopy, and pH variations are reported. It was demonstrated that differences in the initial surface area influence the increase in pH, the rate of elemental release, and the rate of calcium phosphate reprecipitation. In particular, a thicker Ca/P layer was obtained on larger particles. The equilibrium value of Si in solution was independent of sample form and amount of sample dissolved, and was always close to the value observed when bulk silica is dissolved at pH 8. An analytical model is proposed for cation release, based on a two-step mechanism. It was found that the early stage of dissolution was nearly diffusion controlled for larger particles and bulk samples. The second stage was similar to a first-order homogeneous dissolution. The influence of sample surface area/solution volume ratio seemed to be more complex than that proposed in the early works presented in the literature. It is suggested that variation of surface area has a significant impact on the course of the dissolution.

Keywords
Bioactive glass; Small particles; TRIS buffer; Dissolution model; ICP; FTIR
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biomaterials - Volume 26, Issue 24, August 2005, Pages 4903–4911
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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