Bioacceptable carbon films deposited with a new low temperature technique have been investigated using Raman and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Our results reveal a substantial similarity between the low temperature deposited films and the well-known bioacceptable low temperature isotropic (LTI) pyrocarbon. The Raman spectra, as well as the larger density and oxygen content in the bulk, lead to the speculation of the presence of the common tetrahedral bonds in these materials.

Characterization of Bioacceptable Carbon Materials / Magri, Rita; C., Mariani; Ottaviani, Giampiero. - In: CLINICAL MATERIALS. - ISSN 0267-6605. - STAMPA. - 5:(1990), pp. 127-137.

Characterization of Bioacceptable Carbon Materials

MAGRI, Rita;OTTAVIANI, Giampiero
1990-01-01

Abstract

Bioacceptable carbon films deposited with a new low temperature technique have been investigated using Raman and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Our results reveal a substantial similarity between the low temperature deposited films and the well-known bioacceptable low temperature isotropic (LTI) pyrocarbon. The Raman spectra, as well as the larger density and oxygen content in the bulk, lead to the speculation of the presence of the common tetrahedral bonds in these materials.
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Characterization of Bioacceptable Carbon Materials / Magri, Rita; C., Mariani; Ottaviani, Giampiero. - In: CLINICAL MATERIALS. - ISSN 0267-6605. - STAMPA. - 5:(1990), pp. 127-137.
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