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Effect of ion implantation on the physical and mechanical properties of Ti-Si-N multifunctional coatings for biomedical applications

Shypylenko, A.; Pshyk, A. V.; Grześkowiak, B.; Medjanik, K. LU ; Peplinska, B.; Oyoshi, K.; Pogrebnjak, A.; Jurga, S. and Coy, E. (2016) In Materials and Design 110. p.821-829
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In the present work, multifunctional Ti-Si-N coatings have been deposited using CAVD method with the aim of studying their chemical, physical, structural and mechanical properties. Coatings of Ti-Si-N were modified by high-intensity ion implantation using copper ions with dose D = 2 × 1017 ions/cm2 and energy E = 60 keV. The results demonstrated that ion implantation has an effect on the grain size, hardness, and Young modulus of the Ti-Si-N coating. Additionally, the effect of Cu implantation on the bioactive properties of coatings was investigated by contact antimicrobial essay. The results show a high release of Cu ions in the cultivation liquid and the low efficiency of the < 20% Cu doping towards E. coli... (More)

In the present work, multifunctional Ti-Si-N coatings have been deposited using CAVD method with the aim of studying their chemical, physical, structural and mechanical properties. Coatings of Ti-Si-N were modified by high-intensity ion implantation using copper ions with dose D = 2 × 1017 ions/cm2 and energy E = 60 keV. The results demonstrated that ion implantation has an effect on the grain size, hardness, and Young modulus of the Ti-Si-N coating. Additionally, the effect of Cu implantation on the bioactive properties of coatings was investigated by contact antimicrobial essay. The results show a high release of Cu ions in the cultivation liquid and the low efficiency of the < 20% Cu doping towards E. coli bacteria. Our results bring understanding to the low dosage ion implantation of multifunctional surfaces towards applications and general drawbacks of ion implantation as bioactive tailoring method.

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Antibacterial, CAVD, Coatings, Ion implantation, NEXAFS, TiSiN
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Materials and Design
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10.1016/j.matdes.2016.08.050
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  abstract     = {<p>In the present work, multifunctional Ti-Si-N coatings have been deposited using CAVD method with the aim of studying their chemical, physical, structural and mechanical properties. Coatings of Ti-Si-N were modified by high-intensity ion implantation using copper ions with dose D = 2 × 10<sup>17</sup> ions/cm<sup>2</sup> and energy E = 60 keV. The results demonstrated that ion implantation has an effect on the grain size, hardness, and Young modulus of the Ti-Si-N coating. Additionally, the effect of Cu implantation on the bioactive properties of coatings was investigated by contact antimicrobial essay. The results show a high release of Cu ions in the cultivation liquid and the low efficiency of the &lt; 20% Cu doping towards E. coli bacteria. Our results bring understanding to the low dosage ion implantation of multifunctional surfaces towards applications and general drawbacks of ion implantation as bioactive tailoring method.</p>},
  author       = {Shypylenko, A. and Pshyk, A. V. and Grześkowiak, B. and Medjanik, K. and Peplinska, B. and Oyoshi, K. and Pogrebnjak, A. and Jurga, S. and Coy, E.},
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  keyword      = {Antibacterial,CAVD,Coatings,Ion implantation,NEXAFS,TiSiN},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {11},
  pages        = {821--829},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x8d3f8e0)},
  series       = {Materials and Design},
  title        = {Effect of ion implantation on the physical and mechanical properties of Ti-Si-N multifunctional coatings for biomedical applications},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2016.08.050},
  volume       = {110},
  year         = {2016},
}