English, Article edition: PREPARATION AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF THIN TiO2 FILMS CONTAINING Ca AND P USING MICRO-ARC OXIDATION QING DONG; CHUANZHONG CHEN; DIANGANG WANG; ...

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  • PREPARATION AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF THIN TiO2 FILMS CONTAINING Ca AND P USING MICRO-ARC OXIDATION
Author
  • QING DONG
  • CHUANZHONG CHEN
  • DIANGANG WANG
  • QIANMAO JI
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  • Micro-arc oxidation (MAO) is a novel technique for producing oxide films on metals like Al, Mg, Ti and Zr. A ceramic-like film containing Ca and P was deposited on Ti-6Al-4V substrate by MAO in an electrolytic solution using a pulsed power supply. XRD indicated that the film was a mixture of anatase, rutile and VO. SEM showed that the surface of the film was microporous with 1â2 μm pores. EDS gave the element distributions of the cross-section. The result indicated that elements like Ca and P could be incorporated into the film during MAO process. The microhardness test showed that the film had an average hardness of 540 HV0.025.
  • Micro-arc oxidation, phase component, morphology, Ti-6Al-4V
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:12:y:2005:i:04:p:555-559
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