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As an important branch of biomedical materials, bioceramics are mainly used to manufacture hard tissue repair devices and artificial organs in vivo, and generally have good biocompatibility. According to the chemical activity in the physiological environment, bioceramics can be divided into three types: Nearly inert bioceramics, only weak or no chemical reaction occurs when exposed to the ...
Bioceramic materials have a long history of being used to repair human hard tissues, from biologically inert materials (such as alumina and zirconia, etc.) to biological materials that are both ...
As a reliable source for versatile catalysts, Alfa Chemistry Catalysts today announces that it has launched a rich of collection of asymmetric organocatalysts, including chiral amines, chiral amino acids, chiral ammonium salts, chiral bicyclic ...
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