Ryniewicz, A. M and Ryniewicz, A. and Ryniewicz, W. and Gaska, A. (2010) Measurements of surface layer of the articular cartilage using microscopic techniques. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 238 (1). 012059.
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The articular cartilage is the structure that directly cooperates tribologically in biobearing. It belongs to the connective tissues and in the joints it assumes two basic forms: hyaline cartilage that builds joint surfaces and fibrocartilage which may create joint surfaces. From this fibrocartilage are built semilunar cartilage and joint disc are built as well. The research of articular cartilage have been done in macro, micro and nano scale. In all these measurement areas characteristic features occur which can identify biobearing tribology. The aim of the research was the identification of surface layer of articular cartilage by means of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and atom force microscopy (AFM) and the analysis of topography of these layers. The material used in the research of surface layer was the animal articular cartilage: hyaline cartilage and fibrocartilage.
|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
|Deposited On:||01 Nov 2011 23:29|
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