cathodic coating

cathodic coating

[kə′thäd·ik ‚kōd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Material forming a continuous film on a base metal, deposited by mechanical coating or electroplating.
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In this study, the brushite, deposited on silk-fibroin scaffolds using the sequential cyclic biomimetic mineral coating method, was transformed to carbonated hydroxyapatite under physiological conditions using the electrochemical cathodic coating method.