Data for: Evolution of nano/submicro-scale oxide structures on Ti6Al4V achieved by an ultrasonic shot peening-induction heating approach for high-performance surface design of bone implants

Published: 30 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/frk5xkx5xt.1
Ningbo Li


This work constructed the nano-and submicro-structured oxide layers on Ti alloy by a novel ultrasonic shot peening-induction heating approach, which was rapid, economical, environmentally friendly and easily processable. Besides, the significant transformation of nanoscale and submicroscale structures of oxide layers was achieved and theoretically analyzed. The special micro-nano complex oxide hierarchical structures possessed the better long-term osteogenic differentiation of BMSCs, and have better potential for controllable preparation of nano/micro-scale structures and their clinical application.



Stem Cell, Implant Material, Titanium, Microstructure Characterization, Ceramic Surface, Oxide, Nanoscale Biomaterials