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Author Szu-Jung Chiu
Author's Email Address turtle9969@yahoo.com.tw
Department Materials Engineering
Year 2005 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 97
Title Cold Plasma Deposited Organic Film on Stainless Steel to Improve Corrosion Resistant and Cell Attachment
Keyword
  • cell attachment
  • plasma modification
  • photo-induced graft
  • corrosion resistant
  • corrosion resistant
  • photo-induced graft
  • plasma modification
  • cell attachment
  • Abstract Stainless steels were widely used in biomaterials due to their high impact strength, high resistance to wear, ductile, absorption of high strain energy properties. However, the disadvantages of stainless steels were low biocompatibility and will corrosion in physiological environment. Besides, stainless steels are an inorganic and inert materials, will limited its surface drug immobilization and medical application. Chondroitin-6-sulfate (C-6-S) is the bulk of the matrix that builds vertebral discs, ligaments, cartilage and other connective tissues. It was widely distribution in human body, so it’s a biocompatible biomolecular. The easy way of improve biocompatibility of specimens is to immobilize biomolecular on the surface. In this study, the plasma deposition methods were used to obtain insulator and anticorrosion coating, and subsequent to surface graft polymerization of water soluble monomers for immobilized chondroitin-6-sulfhate to improve cell attachment. From FTIR and ESCA, the C-6-S were successful immobilized on specimens. The potential dynamic tests results shown that stainless steel through plasma deposited Hexamethyldisilazane (HMDSZ), the corrosion behavior can be controlled. Future more, the hydrophilic and biocompatibility can be improve after graft polymerization of water soluble monomers acrylic acid and then immobilized chondroitin-6-sulfhate through EDC (carbodiimide) cross linked.
    Advisor Committee
  • Ko-Shao Chen - advisor
  • J. D. Liao - co-chair
  • Tai-I Wu - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access immediately and off-campus access at one year
    Date of Defense 2006-06-19 Date of Submission 2006-08-14


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