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Laboratory analysis of hydroxyapatite (PAH)
What is hydroxyapatite (HAP) and why analyze it?
Hydroxyapatite is a calcium phosphate that belongs to the apatite family, a generic name for phosphates of varying composition. Also known as calcium hydroxyapatite, it accounts for up to 50% of bone mass and is the main mineral component of tooth enamel, dentin and bone.
Hydroxyapatite can be used as a filler to replace amputated bone or as a coating to facilitate growth within prosthetic implants, so some modern dental implants are coated with hydroxyapatite.
For this, the support of a laboratory of analysis and expertise allows you to realize your industrial projects by ensuring the conformity of your products.
FILAB offers you hydroxyapatite characterization techniques adapted to your context
With an analytical park of 2100m² and a qualified team of doctors and engineers, FILAB laboratory analyses and characterizes hydroxyapatite, through the following services
- Analysis of the chemical composition of hydroxyapatite
- Characterization of PAH powder according to NF ISO 13779-3 standard
- Determination of hydroxyapatite in cement
- Nanomaterial classification of hydroxyapatite
- Measurement of Ca/P ratio
- Characterization and determination of crystallinity rate of hydroxyapatite by X-ray Diffraction (XRD)