Calcium Migration in Dense Alumina Aged in Water and Physiological Media
Flexural strength and relative Ca concentration at the external surface were measured for a dense alumina aged in deionized water and Ringer's soluton at 40 degree C for 420 days and at 80 degree C for 315 days. Changes in Ca concentration at the external surface and flexural strength during aging were attributed to the dissolution of a glass phase of unknown composition, believed to contain the Ca impurity.
H. H. Osterholm and D. E. Day, "Calcium Migration in Dense Alumina Aged in Water and Physiological Media," American Ceramic Society Bulletin, vol. 60, no. 9, pp. 955-959, American Ceramic Society, Sep 1981.
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