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6 Positions of the atoms in the crystal structure of FeNH4HP30io were used as starting parameters. The background was approximated by a polynomial function. Pseudo-Voigt profile function was used to fit the patterns. A March-Dollase correction7'8 of intensities for the (-111) preferred orientation of plate-like grains was used in the Rietveld refinement. 51 The Crystal Structure of VNH4HP30 The displacement parameters of all non-H atoms were refined isotropically and constrained to be the same for each kind of atoms.

In this regard, magnets are most famous, and industrially utilized in our common life. Contrasting with magnets, materials with electrostatic force have been called electrets. Electrets also have isolated working force; however, they have not yet been acknowledged, still less practically employed. The electrets of HAp introduced in this report are representative of the electrets utilized for biomedical use. Advances in Inorganic Phosphate Materials · 43 Physical and Chemical Properties of Apatite Electrets for Biomedical and Energy Applications External field Reactions Figure 6.

Currents accompanying with the elimination of the polarization are measured by an ampere meter. Oa ■ "—~ 1ιοτΤν^ \ -_-_-«»»_«-«---—_«_«»_«_,_--«_»-____»--,-«) 200 300 400 500 600 Temperature (C) Figure 3. Representative measured results of TSDC. Polarization procedure employed under following conditions: applied voltages are 100-400V and kept at 300 °C for 1 hour. Advances in Inorganic Phosphate Materials · 41 Physical and Chemical Properties of Apatite Electrets for Biomedical and Energy Applications ACCELERATION OF CRYSTAL GROWTH IN SIMULATE BODY FLUID The study on the effect on the crystal growth on HA ceramics was conducted.

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