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Electrochemical response of CoCrMo to high-speed fracture of its metal oxide using an electrochemical scratch test method.
The electrochemical and mechanical behavior of passivated and TiN/AlN-coated CoCrMo and Ti6Al4V alloys.
In vivo severe corrosion and hydrogen embrittlement of retrieved modular body titanium alloy hip-implants.
Titanium is not "the most biocompatible metal" under cathodic potential: The relationship between voltage and MC3T3 preosteoblast behavior on electrically polarized cpTi surfaces.
The effect of scanning electrochemical potential on the short-term impedance of commercially pure titanium in simulated biological conditions.
Electrochemical investigation of chromium oxide-coated Ti-6Al-4V and Co-Cr-Mo alloy substrates.
Voltage-controlled cellular viability of preosteoblasts on polarized cpTi with varying surface oxide thickness.
A metallic biomaterial tribocorrosion model linking fretting mechanics, currents, and potentials: Model development and experimental comparison.