monetite

monetite

[′män·ə‚tīt]
(mineralogy)
CaHPO4 A yellowish-white mineral consisting of an acid calcium hydrogen phosphate, occurring in crystals.
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Di Silvio, "In vitro osteoinductive potential of porous monetite for bone tissue engineering," Journal of Tissue Engineering, vol.
The role of the chemical composition of monetite on the synthesis and properties of a-tricalcium phosphate.
By contrast, acidic calcium phosphates, dicalcium phosphate anhydrous (CaHP[O.sub.4] , DCPA, Monetite) and dicalcium phosphate dehydrate (CaHP[O.sub.4]-[H.sub.2]O, DCPD, Brushite), are more degradable at physiologic pH than HA and will form a [Ca.sup.2+] and P[O.sub.4.sup.3-] supersaturated zone at the interface of implant and bone that may induce osteoblastic differentiation [6].
Briefly, a stoichiometric mixture of Mg-free calcium carbonate (CaC[O.sub.3]) and Mg-free monetite (CaHP[O.sub.4]) was calcined at 1300[degrees]C and milled to achieve a granulometric distribution of 1.33 to 10 [micro]m and a mean particle size of 4.93 [micro]m.
After setting, calcium silicate (rankinite, Ca3Si2O7), tricalcium silicate oxide ([Ca.sub.3](Si[O.sub.4])O; card number: 01-070-1846), calcium hydroxide phosphate (monetite, CaHP[O.sub.4]; card number: 01-070-0359), calcium sulfate (Ca[S.sub.3][O.sub.10]; card number: 00-021-0166), and calcium phosphate (catena Ca(P[O.sub.3])2, card number: 01-079-0700 and Whitelockite [beta]-TCP, [Ca.sub.3][(P[O.sub.4]).sub.2]; card number: 00-055-0898) phases were detected (Figure 2(b)).
The reaction for obtaining the [beta]-TCP powder consisted of a mixture of calcium carbonate (CaC[O.sub.3] --Synth, Brazil) and monetite (CaHP[O.sub.4]--Synth, Brazil) at a molar ratio of 1:2 (Equation 1).
Ben-Nissan, "An alternative synthesis method for di calcium phosphate (Monetite) powders from mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) shells," Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society, vol.
Chang, Monetite formed in mixed solvents of water and ethylene glycol and its transformation to hydroxyapatite, J.
Commercially available calcium sulfate hemihydrate (CSH) powders were mixed with anhydrous calcium hydrogen phosphate (monetite) in order to develop a novel resorbable orthopedic cement.
Brown, A refinement of the crystal structure of [CaHPO.sub.4] (synthetic monetite), Acta Crystallogr.
51 (1987), 317 Calcium Pharmacosiderite Pending (= barium pharmacosiderite) Caratiite (= piypite) Filatov and Vergasova: ZVMO 118 (3) (1989), 88 Chavesite (= monetite) Kampf and Dunn: Am.
It is also noted that a weak peak of monetite is recorded at the highest sintering temperature (1300[degrees]C).