Biomaterials, by definition, are materials that have been adapted to interact with a biological system, usually to replace or improve a natural function. They can originate from nature itself or be manmade—developed from a variety of materials such as metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites.
Biomaterials are often used in medicine or dentistry in the forms of joint replacements, stents, and damaged teeth restorations. Its applications require a high level of oversight; hence research into biomaterials can be extremely tricky and rewarding at the same time. Through informational webinars and application notes, see how we analyze biomaterials with a variety of tools for different applications.
|Technique||Asset Type||Asset Title|
|XPS||Webinar||Analysis of Biosurfaces Using XPS|
|XPS||Application Note||Characterization of Chemical Gradients and Antibody Immobilization Using XPS and ARXPS|
|XPS||Application Note||XPS Surface Characterization of Disposable Laboratory Gloves and the Transfer of Glove Components to Other Surfaces|
|Extrusion & Compounding||Application Note||Small Scale Catheter Production|
|XPS||Application Note||Analysis of a Wound Dressing|
|Raman||Application Note||Using Raman Microscopy to Monitor the Surface Modifications of Disordered Array of Gold (Au) Covered Silicon Nanowires for SERS Biosensing|
|Raman||Application Note||Characterizing Amber and its Imitations with Dispersive Raman Spectroscopy|
|XRD||Application Note||Gandolfi Stage - Analysis of Single Crystals and Small Volume Samples with ARL Equinox Series|
|XRD, XRF||Application Note||XRD and XRF Investigation of Martian Analog Basalt from Terrestrial Craters|