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Acoustic Emission monitoring of fatigue strength of hydroxylapatite coatings on dental implants

F.Billi, C.Caneva, M.Valente
Dept. Materials Engineering, Università di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy
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Abstract

Introduction

Materials and Methods

Results and discussion

Conclusions

References

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