A sampling of topics includes: prediction of the deterioration depth of concrete by accelerating calcium leaching test, issues in welding HSLA steels, research on biomimetric preparation technology based on surface microstructure of shell, the mechanical behavior of the hybrid FRP beam, isolation and characterization of rice prolamin, preparation of mesoporous bioglass coated zirconia scaffold for bone tissue engineering, mechanism analysis of indigenous microbial enhancement for residue oil recovery, effect of municipal wastewater treatment biological-ecological filter, and impact of hemicellulose on cellulose simultaneous saccharification and fermentation.
What does BG stand for?
BG stands for Bioglass (NovaBone Products, LLC)
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- Bezahlt Geld
- Bezirksgericht (Court of Justice; Austria, Europe)
- Bhagavad Gita
- Big Generator (album by Yes)
- Big Girl
- Big Grin
- Bilderberg Group
- Bill Gates
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Bioactive ceramics such as bioglass, (5) sintered hydroxyapatile, (6) and glass-ceramic A-W, (7) spontaneously bond to living bone without forming a surrounding fibrous tissue.
Day, a pioneer in the development of bioglass materials and his former student, Steve Jung, experimented with borate glass, which early lab studies showed reacted to fluids much faster than silicate glasses.
Papers are presented in sections on glass structure; thermodynamics, rheology, and the glass transition; physical properties of glass; optical, electrical, and magnetic properties of glass; bioglass and chemical durability; nucleation, crystallization, and sintering; glass melting; glass forming and glass production; and ecology and waste materials.
Bioglass has been widely used in oral surgery, with more than 450,000 implanted cases.
This international team has managed to produce bioglass composition nanofibres, a bioactive glass that is used to regenerate bony tissue.