Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films

Akiyoshi Osaka, Tetsuya Shozui, Kanji Tsuru, Satoshi Haakawa

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Abstract

As UV irradiation on titania causes several effects, such as decomposing organic substances and attaining super-hydrophilic surfaces. the present study explored the UV irradiation effects on apatite deposition on titania gel films (anatase) that were developed on a few substrates: pure titanium (Ti), stainless-steel (SUS316L). alumina (Al2O3) and glass slide (GS). Those substrates were dip-coated with a precursor sol (Ti(OC 2H5)4 : C2H5OH : H 2O : HNO3 = 1 : 50 : 2 : 0.2) and heated at 500°C for 10 min before irradiated with UV light (365 nm. 170 mW/cm2) in air for 1 h. They were subsequently soaked in simulated body fluid (SBF. Kokubo solution) and their in vitro apatite formation was evaluated by X-ray diffractometly and scanning electron micrograph. It was found that the UV irradiation enhanced apatite formation on the titania gel film on Ti and SClS by shortening the induction time. However. least effects were found for the titania gel films on Al2O3) and GS as they did not deposit apatite within 7 days, even with the UV irradiation. These results indicated that IJV irradiation had limited effects to enhance in vitro apatite formation on the titania films. i.e., it depended on the substrates.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008
Pages199-210
Number of pages12
Volume29
Edition7
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
EventAdvances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008 - Daytona Beach, FL, United States
Duration: Jan 27 2008Feb 1 2008

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OtherAdvances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008
CountryUnited States
CityDaytona Beach, FL
Period1/27/082/1/08

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Apatite
Sol-gels
Titanium
Irradiation
Gels
Substrates
Glass
Aluminum Oxide
Body fluids
Stainless Steel
Polymethyl Methacrylate
Ultraviolet radiation
titanium dioxide
Deposits
Sols
Titanium dioxide
Scanning
X rays
Alumina

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  • Materials Chemistry

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Osaka, A., Shozui, T., Tsuru, K., & Haakawa, S. (2009). Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films. In Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008 (7 ed., Vol. 29, pp. 199-210)

Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films. / Osaka, Akiyoshi; Shozui, Tetsuya; Tsuru, Kanji; Haakawa, Satoshi.

Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008. Vol. 29 7. ed. 2009. p. 199-210.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Osaka, A, Shozui, T, Tsuru, K & Haakawa, S 2009, Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films. in Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008. 7 edn, vol. 29, pp. 199-210, Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008, Daytona Beach, FL, United States, 1/27/08.
Osaka A, Shozui T, Tsuru K, Haakawa S. Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films. In Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008. 7 ed. Vol. 29. 2009. p. 199-210
Osaka, Akiyoshi ; Shozui, Tetsuya ; Tsuru, Kanji ; Haakawa, Satoshi. / Ultraviolet irradiation had limited effects on enhancing in vitro apatite formation on sol-gel derived titania films. Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics - A Collection of Papers Presented at the 32nd International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, ICACC 2008. Vol. 29 7. ed. 2009. pp. 199-210
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