Experimental Investigation on the Characterization of HA/Alumina and HA/mgo Nanocomposites for Orthopedic Applications

 For the first time, HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites were effectively produced at 250°C utilising the hydrothermal technique. In HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites, the mechanisms of composite production, crystallite size, crystallinity, and shape were investigated. An intermolecular interaction between HA/Alumina and HA/MgO was discovered using XRD and FTIR techniques. The nature of the formation of HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites is polycrystalline. The addition of magnesium to HAP promotes osteoblast growth. During the early phases of osteogenesis, magnesium functions like a growth factor, promoting bone production. TEM analysis confirmed it. HAP/Alumina was generated in a short nanorod shape, and HA/MgO nanocomposites have a nanocluster-like morphology, according to TEM images. The suitable vibrational spectra of HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites can be seen using FTIR. The band–gap of HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites is visible in UV–VIS experiments. This discovery lays the groundwork for future studies on HA/Alumina and HA/MgO nanocomposites for biomedical applications.

Author(s) Details:

V. Vijayalakshmi,
Erode Sengunthar Engineering College, Erode, India.

N. S. Mohan,
Erode Sengunthar Engineering College, Erode, India.

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