Ion-doped mesoporous bioactive glass: preparation, characterization, and applications using the spray pyrolysis method

RSC Adv. 2022 Jan 14;12(3):1592-1603. doi: 10.1039/d1ra06113e. eCollection 2022 Jan 5.

ABSTRACT

Biotechnology is used extensively in medical procedures, dentistry, statures, biosensors, bio electrodes, skin substitutes, and medicine delivery systems. Glass is biocompatible and can be used in permanent implantation applications without risk. The porosity of BG matrixes, combined with their huge specific surface area, greatly aids the formation of hydroxyl carbonate apatite. Zn-Doped bioglass can be made in the lab in a variety of ways, depending on how it will be used in medical treatment. The melt-quenching technique, spray pyrolysis method, sol-gel process for BG fabrication, spray drying method, and modified Stöber method are examples of such strategies. Spray pyrolysis is a comprehensive approach that is an undeniably versatile and effective material synthesis technology. It is a low-cost, non-vacuum method for producing materials in the form of powders and films that may be deposited on a variety of substrates, and is a straightforward method to adapt for large-area deposition and industrial production processes. For better utility in medical care, MBG fabricated in the laboratory should be characterized using various characterization methods such as SEM, TEM, BET, and XRD.

PMID:35425153 | PMC:PMC8979097 | DOI:10.1039/d1ra06113e

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