'α+β type titanium alloy' - Metals |  Mozart Queiroz 
Biometal materials are some of the most important materials for use in biomedical applications especially in manufacturing a variety of biological artificial replacements in a modern world, e.g. hip, knee or shoulder joints, due to their advanced characteristics. 
Titanium (Ti) and its alloys are used extensively in biomedical applications based on their high specific strength and excellent corrosion resistance. This is an example of a titanium alloy used for biomedical application. There are two phases in this sample: α and β phases.

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  • mse_sheffield'α+β type titanium alloy' - Metals | Mozart Queiroz
    Biometal materials are some of the most important materials for use in biomedical applications especially in manufacturing a variety of biological artificial replacements in a modern world, e.g. hip, knee or shoulder joints, due to their advanced characteristics.
    Titanium (Ti) and its alloys are used extensively in biomedical applications based on their high specific strength and excellent corrosion resistance. This is an example of a titanium alloy used for biomedical application. There are two phases in this sample: α and β phases.

    #MaterialsScience #Engineering #Sheffield #Metals #TitaniumAlloys #Titanium #Biomedical #Biometal
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