Earth, Atmosphere & Environment Sciences


Super Hard Coatings for Biomedical Applications/Cutting Tools


Medical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Earth, Atmosphere & Environment Sciences

Focus Area:

Biomedical Implants Coating

Social Benefits:

No hazardous is found to be released to the environment as sputtering is a vacuum operation; Eco-friendly technique Lower friction coefficient and better wear resistance for the multilayer coated sample, Potentiodynamic polarization studies showed that multilayer coating exhibits superior in vitro corrosion resistance than single layer and bare substrate in simulated body fluid.

Developing Agency:

CSIR-Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI), Tamil Nadu

Technology Readiness Index:

Lab Validation

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Brief Description

Description :

Coatings can be used in biomedical implants such as those used in orthopedic, orthodontic and cardiovascular supports. Also used to enhance the life time of cutting tools.

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