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Improve your understanding in the most valuable aspects of advances in bioceramics and porous ceramics. This collection of logically organized and carefully selected articles contain the proceedings of the “Porous Ceramics: Novel Developments and Applications” and “Next Generation Bioceramics” symposia, which were held on January 27-February 1, 2008.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Introduction.

Bioceramics.

One-Step Preparation of Organosiloxane Derived Silica Particles. (Song Chen, Akiyoshi Osaka, Satoshi Hayakawa, Yuki Shirosaki, Akihiro Matsumoto, Eiji Fujil, Koji Kawabata, and Kanji Tsuru).

Fabrication of Hybrid Thin Films Consisting of Ceramic and Polymer Using a Biomimetic Principle. (Langli Luo and Junghyun Cho).

Structural Investigation of Nano Hydroxyapatites Doped with Mg2+ and F Ions. (Z.P. Sun and Z. Evis).

Novel Bioceramics for Bone Implants. (P.I. Gouma, K. Ramachandran, M. Firat, M. Connolly, R. Zuckermann, Cs. Balaszi, P.L. Perrotta, and R. Xue).

20 Years of Biphasic Calcium Phosphate Bioceramics Development of Applications. (Guy Daculsi, Serge Baroth, and Racquel LeGeros).

Biocompatibility Aspects of Injectable Chemically Bonded Ceramics of the System CaO-Al2-O3-P2O5-SiO2. (Leif Hermansson, Adam Faris, Gunilla Gomez-Ortega, and Jesper Loof).

Aspects of Dental Applications Based on Materials of the System Cao-Al2O3-P2O5-H2O. (Leif Hermansson, Adam Faris, Gunilla Gomez-Ortega, John Kuoppala, and Jesper Loof).

Synthesis and Characterization of Bioactive Glass Ceramics. (Saikat Maitra, Ariful Rahaman, Ram Pyare, Hilmi B. Mukhtar, and Binay K. Dutta).

Evaluation of a PDLLA/45S5 Bioglass Composite: Mechanical and Biological Properties. (Ginsac Nathalie, Chevalier Jerome, Chenal Jean Marc, Meile Sylvain, Hartmann Daniel, and Zenati Rachid).

Synthesis and Characterization of Wet Chemically Derived Magnetite-HAP Hybrid Nanoparticles. (S. Hayakawa, K. Tsuru, A. Matsumoto, A. Osaka, E. Fuji, and K. Kawabata).

Low Temperature Consolidation of Nanocrystalline Apatites Toward a New Generation of Calcium Phosphate Ceramics. (D. Grossin, M. Banu, S. Sarda, S. Martinet-Rollin, C. Drouet, C. Estournes, E. Champion, F. Rossignol, C. Combes, and C. Rey).

Sintering Behavior of Hydroxyapatite Ceramics Prepared by Different Routes. (Tan Chou Yong,  Ramesh Singh, Aw Khai Liang, and Yeo Wel Hong).

Vaterite Bioceramics: Manodisperse CaCO3 Boconvex Micropills Forming at 70 C in Aqueous CaCl2-Gelatin-Urea Solutions. (A. Cuneyt Tas).

Novel DNA Sensor Based on Carbon Nanotubes Attached to a Piezoelectric Quartz Crystal. (Jessica Weber, Deena Ashour, Shreekumar Pilai, Shree R. Singh, and Ashok Kumar).

Thermal Conductivity of Light-Cured Dental Composites: Importance of Filler Particle Size. (Michael B. Jakubinek, Richard Price, and Mary Anne White).

Porous Bioceramics.

Manufacturing of a Porous PPLA-HA Composite Scaffolds by Sintering for Bone Tissue Engineering. (Ana Paula M. Casadei, Fabicio Dingee, Tatiana E. da Silva, Andre L.G. Prette, Carlos R. Rambo, Marclo C. Fredei, and Eliana A.R. Duek).

Effect of Zinc on Bioactivity of Nano-Macroporous Soda-Lime Phosphofluorosilicate Glass-Ceramic. (H.M. Moawad, S. Wang, H. Jain, and M.M. Falk).

Porous Scaffolds Using Nanocrystalline Titania for Bone Graft Applications. (Arun Kumar Menon and Samar Jyoti Kalita).

Porous Biomophic SiC for Medical Implants Processed From Natural and Artificial Precursors. (J. Ramirez-Rico, C. Torres-Raya, D. Hernandez-Maldonado, C. Garcia-Ganan, J. Martinez-Fernandex, and A.R. de Arellana-Lopez).

Porous Ceramics.

Strength and Permeability of Open-Cell Macro-Porous Silicon Carbine as a Function of Structural Morphologies. (Joseph R. Fellows, Hyrum S. Anderson, Hames N. Cuttis, Charles A. Lewinsohn, and Merrill A. Wilson).

Design of Silica Networks Using Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Alkoxides for HIghly Permeable Hydrogen Separation Membranes. (Masakoto Kanezashi, Kazuya Yada, Tomohisa Yoshioka, and Toshinori Tsuru).

Computer Simulation of Hydrogen Capactiy of Nanoporous Carbon. (V. Kartuzov, Y. Gogotsi, and A. Kryklia).

Nanostructured Alumina Coatings Formed by a Dissolution/Precipitation Process Using AIN Powder Hydrolysis. (Andraz Kocjan, Kristoffer Krnel, Peter Jevnikar, and Tomaz Kosmac).

Porous FeCr-ZrO2(7Y2O3) Cermets Produced by EBPVD. (B.A. Mocvhan, F.D. Lemkey, and L.M. Nerodenko).

Use of Ceramic Microfibers to Generate a High Porosity Cross-Linked Microstructure in Extruded Honeycombs. (James J. Liu, Rachel A. Dahl, Tim Gordon, and Bilal Zuberi).

Porous B-Si3N4 Ceramics Prepared with Fugitive Graphite Filler. (Probal Chanda and Kevin P. Plucknett, Liliana B. Garrido, and Luis A. Genova).

Data Reliability for Honeycomb Porous Material Flexural Testing. (Randall J. Stafford and Stephen T. Gonezy).

Aluminum Silicate Aerogeis with High Temperature Stability. (Roxana Trifu, Wendell Rhine, Irene Melnikova, Shannon White, and Frances Hurwitz).

Development of Novel Microporous ZrO2 Membranes for H2/CO2 Separation. (Tim Van Gestel, Doris Sebold, Wilhelm A. Meulenberg, Martin Bram, Hans-Peter Buchkremer, and Detlev Stover).

Author Index.

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