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By Manoj Gupta, Ganesh Kumar Meenashisundaram

This e-book seriously summarizes the consequences of assorted appropriate alloying components and particulate reinforcements on mechanical and degradation houses of natural Mg and Mg alloys focusing on biomedical purposes. The suitability of alloying parts and particulate reinforcements are mentioned in response to their degrees of poisonous results on human physique. First try out is made to check and speak about at the a variety of to be had synthesizing options for fabrication of either impermeable and porous Mg fabrics. additional, extra emphasis on improvement of latest magnesium matrix nanocomposites (MMNC) is made due to the similarities among average bone and MMNCs as bio-“nanocomposite”. the data on synthesis, toxicity of alloying parts and reinforcements and their results on mechanical and degradation houses of natural Mg will let the researchers to successfully layout Mg alloys and composites concentrating on biomedical applications.

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A high pressure of 40–1,000 MPa is applied to force the molten metal into the mold In direct squeeze casting (similar to forging process), the molten metal is poured into a female die (bottom) and male die (top) is lowered down till it closes the female die. Temperature of the fiber and melt, high pressure, and spacing between the fibers are essential process control parameters to obtain high-quality as-cast materials with minimal solidification shrinkage and porosity In Indirect squeeze casting (similar to die casting process), molten metal is poured into a sleeve in the casting equipment and the melt is injected into the die and then solidified under pressure.

Sun et al. [25] studied the cytotoxicity of metal oxide nanoparticles (NPs) in human cardiac microvascular endothelial cells (HCMEC). 001–100 µg/ml) tested for 12 and 24 h. Cytotoxicity of zinc oxide NPs (average diameter of ~45 nm) in HCMECs is dependent on both concentration and time of exposure. When compared to alumina, cytotoxicity of zinc oxide is high. Cañas-Carrell et al. [24] studied the health and environmental effects of metal oxide nanomaterials such as nanozinc oxide and nanotitania.

Further, boron has beneficial effects on trabecular and alveolar bone growth and maintenance [19]. 4, silicon and zirconium are the other two important elements which are advantageous within human body. Silicon with a recommended daily intake of 25 mg helps in promoting bone growth and connective tissues [20]. 4 Minerals in natural bone and calcium supplements S. no. 1 Selection of Elements Based on Toxicity 39 of Ti [21, 22]. Zr is widely distributed in the soft tissues of animals and in adult human body, Zr content was found to be ~420 mg [23].

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