Authors present the results on N+ ion implantation of an inox steel matrix set. They show the main utilization of prothesis attachments and their actual classification in prothesis field. The bombarded surfaces show a resistance increase to oxide-reduction processes respect to non implanted ones. Using the SEM technique to different magnifications, Authors demonstrate that the ion implantation increase the material hardness and the wear resistance of treated surfaces. The modifications, that not involve the matrix volume but only the superficial layers, produce an increase in attachment duration and affidability. Authors conclude valuing the possible application on this new technique for material treatment in Dentistry field.
|Titolo:||Structural modifications induced by ionic implantation on functional surfaces of prosthetic attachments|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1988|
|Citazione:||Structural modifications induced by ionic implantation on functional surfaces of prosthetic attachments / Palazzo U; RAPISARDA E; Torrisi L. - 8:4(1988), pp. 387-394.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|