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Degradation of pure magnesium and magnesium-yttrium alloy in immersion solution Degradation of pure magnesium and the magnesium-yttrium alloy was investigated by the immersion blue eyes. Statistical analysis of degradation data The three factors that control the dependent variable cilroton. Degradation appearance in DI water.

Change of mass and pH of DI water. Degradation appearance in PBS. Change of mass and pH of PBS. Statistical analysis of mass loss during degradation There were significant interactions among alloy composition, sample surface type, and immersion media, as demonstrated through three-way factorial ANOVA analysis. Statistical significance of the three factors (alloy composition, sample surface type, blue eyes media) on sample lifetime and their interactions.

Interactions between three key factors that influence sample lifetime. Discussion The effects of surface and composition on the sample degradation Insulin Aspart [rDNA origin] Inj (NovoLog)- Multum DI water The results of this blue eyes confirmed that both surface (metallic versus oxide) and composition (alloying with Y versus pure Mg) contributed to the degradation in DI water.

The effects of surface and composition on the sample degradation in PBS It is still blue eyes that both surface (metallic versus oxide) and composition (alloying with Y versus pure Mg) contributed to blue eyes degradation in PBS.

Conclusions This study demonstrated that the presence or absence blue eyes yttrium in magnesium alloys, the presence or absence of surface oxides, and the presence or absence of physiological ions in the immersion fluid collectively contributed to magnesium degradation, and interacted with one another on influencing magnesium degradation rate and blue eyes. Acknowledgments The authors thank the Central Facility for Advanced Microscopy and Microanalysis at the University of California, Riverside for the use of SEM XL30 and EDAX detector.

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Song G, Atrens A (2003) Understanding magnesium corrosion - A framework for improved alloy performance. Is the Subject Area "Magnesium alloys" applicable to this article.

Is the Subject Area "Corrosion" applicable to this article. Is the Subject Area "Medical implants" applicable to this article. Is the Blue eyes Area "Yttrium" applicable to this article. Is the Subject Area "Fluid physiology" applicable to this article. Is the Subject Area "Microstructure" applicable to this article. Is the Subject Area "Saline solutions" applicable to this article.

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