porous composites

The Ultrasonic Effect on Obtaining and Properties of Osteoplastic Porous Composites

The grafted copolymerization of 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate to polyvinylpyrrolidone in the presence of mineral fillers (hydroxyapatite, montmorillonite and wollastonite) under ultrasound has been investigated. The effect of ultrasound, nature and amount of mineral filler on the polymerization rate and composition of copolymers has been determined. Ultrasound substantially intensifies the polymerization process and actively affects the formation of the copolymer composition. Under its action, a porous structure of composites is formed, even without adding special foaming agents.

Research of block polymerization of 2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate in the presence of polyvinylpyrolidone and mineral filler based on silicon oxide and aluminum

The patterns of obtaining in a block of porous composites based on copolymers of 2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate with polyvinylpyrrolidone in the presence of mineral fillers - glass ceramics based on silicon oxides and aluminum were investigated. We have estimated the impact of the amount and the size of inorganic filler, temperature and initiator on the polymerization rate and «maximum» monomer conversion. The results will be used to improve the technology for producing osteoplastic porous composites.

Itensification of the process of receiving osteoplastic porosis composites with use of ultrasonic

The regularities of obtaining of osteoplastic porous composites based on 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate with polyvinylpyrrolidone copolymers in the presence of mineral fillers (hydroxyapatite, montmorillonite and wollastonite) under ultrasound are researched. The influence of ultrasound, nature and amount of inorganic filler on the polymerization rate, copolymers composition and composites porosity has been determined. It was found that homopolymerization of 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate without filler under ultrasound action does not occur in experiment conditions.


Usually, in chemical industry the energy of ultrasound is being used to intensify technological processes. However, the complexity of the mechanism of ultrasound action makes it difficult to create a single common theory that could explain its influence on the chemical reactions. Therefore, in each particular case wide-ranging studies of the influence of ultrasound on the chemical reaction, as well as on the structure and properties of the synthesized substances and materials are required.