TEM study of the Ni-Ti shape memory micro-wire View Full Text


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DATE

2008

AUTHORS

H. Tian , D. Schryvers , J. Van Humbeeck

ABSTRACT

Today, due to its unique mechanical properties, durability and biocompatibility, applications of Nitinol in a wide variety of medical implants are progressively increasing [1–3]. However, as Nitinol consists of about 50 at. % Ni, certain applications are still hindered by the concern of free Ni release in the surrounding tissue. It is known that the biocompatibility of the implants made from TiNi alloys depends on a corrosion resistant titanium oxide layer avoiding the severe toxicological and allergic responses of Ni. The latter is controlled by the structure of (near-) surface layers which can strongly be affected by various surface treatments [3,4]. In this present work, the oxide surface of an as-received Nitinol micro-wire is investigated by different TEM techniques. FIB was used to prepare near surface cross-section sample. More... »

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497-498

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EMC 2008 14th European Microscopy Congress 1–5 September 2008, Aachen, Germany

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978-3-540-85225-4
978-3-540-85226-1

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