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Title Sandwiched polydopamine (PDA) layer for titanium dioxide (TiO2) coating on magnesium to enhance corrosion protection
Date 01.07.2015
Number 47341
Abstract A polydopamine (PDA) layer was sandwiched between a TiO2 coating and Mg substrate to enhance the corrosion protection. The PDA layer was covalently immobilized on Mg, and the TiO2 was coated by liquid phase deposition subsequently on it. The hybrid TiO2/PDA coated Mg exhibited significantly smaller free corrosion current density as well as a remarkably lower degradation rate in vitro (up to 21 days) in phosphate buffered saline compared to direct TiO2 coated and untreated Mg. The efficacy is ascribed to the organic PDA layer which suppresses the electric pathway of galvanic corrosion cell and therefore corrosion rate of magnesium. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Publisher Corrosion Science
Identifier
Citation Corrosion Science 96 (2015) 67-73
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2015.03.020
Authors Chen, Y. ; Zhao, S. ; Chen, M. ; Zhang, W. ; Mao, J. ; Zhao, Y. ; Maitz, M.F. ; Huang, N. ; Wan, G.
Tags magnesium organic coatings eis polarization interfaces plasma electrolytic oxidation self-assembled monolayers biodegradable implants phytic acid oxide-films alloys resistance surface mg hemocompatibility

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