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Title: 擬似体液中でのフッ素化アパタイト被覆二酸化チタンの生成と評価
Other Titles: Synthesis and Characterization of Fluoride Apatite in a Simulated Body Fluid
Authors: 中根, 久志
青木, 早苗
野浪, 亨
田中, 一彦
森, 勝伸
刀根, 如人
亀山, 哲也
Keywords: Apatite
Titanium dioxide
Photocatalyst
Fluoride ion
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2006
Publisher: 日本セラミックス協会
Citation: 日本セラミックス協会学術論文誌 : Nippon Seramikkusu Kyokai gakujutsu ronbunshi. 114(1334), 838-843 (2006)
Abstract: An acid resistant fluoroapatite (FAp) coated titanium dioxide (TiO_2) was synthesized by adding a fluoride ion (F^-) to hydroxyapatite (HAp), in order to avoid dissolution of the HAp at an acidic atmosphere. In this study, different methods of adding F^- to the apatite in a simulated body fluid were tested; one was synthesized by coating a simulated body fluid including Ca^<2+>, PO_4^<3-> and F^- to the TiO_2 (method 1), and another method was by mixing the F^- after coating a simulated body fluid without the F^- to the TiO_2 (method 2). The apatite crystalline phase of the coated TiO_2 was found to increase with F^-, by using a XRD and a FT-IR. The size of crystalline apatite was strongly affected by the method of adding F^-. The size of the crystalline synthesized by method 1 was larger than that by method 2. The photocatalytic activities of the apatite coated photocatalysts to organic substrates such as propionic acid were evaluated using an ion chromatography. The deterioration of FAp coating during photooxidation of the propionic acid with an UV-irradiation was largely suppressed compared with that of the HAp coating.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5838
ISSN: 09145400
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