BioMed Research International / 2015 / Article / Fig 9

Research Article

Long-Term In Vitro Degradation of a High-Strength Brushite Cement in Water, PBS, and Serum Solution

Figure 9

Representative histograms showing pore size distribution in cements degraded in H2O ((a) and (b)), in PBS ((c) and (d)), and in serum solution ((e) and (f)). The black lines show a fit to a lognormal distribution. The largest pores had a diameter of about 800 μm and typically 99.8% of the total number of pores had a diameter smaller than 100 μm.
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