International Journal Papers              (Prof. Dr. A. Cuneyt Tas            c_tas@hotmail.com)

 

1. J. H. Lee, A. S. Madden, W. M. Kriven, and A. C. TAS, “Synthetic Aragonite (CaCO3) as a Potential Additive in Calcium Phosphate Cements: Evaluation in Tris-free SBF at 37°C,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 97(10), 3052-3061 (2014).    PDF

 

2. N. T. Weissmueller, H. A. Schiffter, A. J. Pollard, and A. C. TAS, “Molten Salt Synthesis of Potassium-containing Hydroxyapatite Microparticles used as Protein Substrate,” Materials Letters, 128, 421-424 (2014).   PDF

 

3. A. C. TAS, “Submicron Spheres of Amorphous Calcium Phosphate forming in a Stirred SBF Solution at 55°C,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 400, 27-32 (2014).    PDF

4. A. C. TAS, “The Use of Physiological Solutions or Media in Calcium Phosphate Synthesis and Processing,” Acta Biomaterialia, 10(5), 1771-1792 (2014).     PDF      1 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

5. A. C. TAS, “Grade-1 Titanium soaked in a DMEM (Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium) Solution at 37°C,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 36, 84-94 (2014).      PDF     1 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

6. M. V. Pachuilo, F. Stefani, L. L. Raja, R. D. Bengtson, G. A. Henkelman, A. C. TAS, W. M. Kriven, and K. S. Suraj, “Development of a Gas-fed Plasma Source for Pulsed High-Density Plasma/Material Interaction Studies,” IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 42(10), 3245-3252 (2014).    PDF

7. A. C. TAS, “X-ray-amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP) Synthesis in a Simple Biomineralization Medium,” Journal of Materials Chemistry B; Materials for Biology and Medicine, 1(35), 4511-4520 (2013).     PDF    5  SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

8. P. R. Larson, A. S. Madden, and A. C. TAS, “Non-stirred Synthesis of Na- and Mg-doped, Carbonated Apatitic Calcium Phosphate,” Ceramics International, 39(2), 1485-1493 (2013).     PDF      6  SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

9. C. Kim, M. R. Kendall, M. A. Miller, C. L. Long, P. R. Larson, M. B. Humphrey, A. S. Madden, and A. C. TAS, “Comparison of Titanium Soaked in 5 M NaOH or 5 M KOH Solutions,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 33(1), 327-339 (2013).     PDF     5 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

 

10. M. A. Miller, M. R. Kendall, M. K. Jain, P. R. Larson, A. S. Madden, and A. C. TAS, “Testing of Brushite (CaHPO4×2H2O) in Synthetic Biomineralization Solutions and In Situ Crystallization of Brushite Micro-Granules,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 95(7), 2178-2188 (2012).     PDF       6 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

  

11. A. C. TAS, “Calcium Metal to Synthesize Amorphous or Cryptocrystalline Calcium Phosphates,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 32(5), 1097-1106 (2012).     PDF      3 SCI Citations  Google Scholar Citations

12. A. C. TAS, “Granules of Brushite and Octacalcium Phosphate from Marble,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 94(11), 3722-3726 (2011).     PDF    5 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

13. A. C. TAS, “Comment on Self-hardening Microspheres of Calcium Phosphate Cement with Collagen for Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering in Bone Repair,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 94(9), 3149 (2011).     PDF       3 SCI Citations

14. G. Kurtulus and A. C. TAS, “Transformations of Neat and Heated Struvite (MgNH4PO4×6H2O),” Materials Letters, 65(19-20), 2883-2886 (2011).     PDF       10 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

15. N. Temizel, G. Girisken, and A. C. TAS, “Accelerated Transformation of Brushite to Octacalcium Phosphate in New Biomineralization Media between 36.5° and 80°C,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 31(5), 1136-1143 (2011).     PDF       15 SCI Citations   Google Scholar Citations

16. A. Pasinli, M. Yuksel, E. Celik, S. Sener, and A. C. TAS, “A New Approach in Biomimetic Synthesis of Calcium Phosphate Coatings using Lactic Acid-Na Lactate Buffered Body Fluid Solution,” Acta Biomaterialia, 6(6), 2282-2288 (2010).     PDF       22 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

17. S. Mandel and A. C. TAS, “Brushite (CaHPO4×2H2O) to Octacalcium Phosphate (Ca8(HPO4)2(PO4)4×5H2O) Transformation in DMEM (Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium) Solutions at 36.5°C,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 30(2), 245-254 (2010).     PDF       60 SCI citations             Google Scholar Citations

18. A. C. TAS, “Monetite (CaHPO4) Synthesis in Ethanol at Room Temperature,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 92(12), 2907-2912 (2009).     PDF       17 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

19.  A. C. TAS, “Monodisperse CaCO3 Microtablets Forming at 70°C in Prerefrigerated CaCl2-Gelatin-Urea Solutions,” International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 6(1), 53-59 (2009).     PDF       5 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

20.  A. C. TAS, “Preparation of Porous Apatite Granules from Calcium Phosphate Cement,” Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 19(5), 2231-2239 (2008).     PDF       31 SCI Citations   Google Scholar Citations

21. S. Jalota, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “Using a Synthetic Body Fluid (SBF) Solution of 27 mM HCO3- to Make Bone Substitutes more Osteointegrative,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 28(1), 129-140 (2008).     PDF       32 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

22. A. C. TAS, “Use of Vaterite and Calcite in forming Calcium Phosphate Cement Scaffolds,” Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, 28(9): 135-150  (2008).   PDF      5 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

 

23.  A. C. TAS, “Formation of Calcium Phosphate Whiskers in Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Solutions at 90ºC,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 90(8), 2358-2362 (2007).     PDF       9 SCI Citations   Google Scholar Citations

24. T. R. Desai, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “A Self-setting Monetite (CaHPO4) Cement for Skeletal Repair,” Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, 27(6): 61-69  (2007).     PDF      4 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

25. S. Jalota, S. Bhaduri, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “A Protocol to Develop Crack-Free Biomimetic Coatings on Ti6Al4V Substrates,” Journal of Materials Research, 22(6), 1593-1600 (2007).     PDF       4 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

26.  A. C. TAS, “Porous, Biphasic CaCO3-Calcium Phosphate Biomedical Cement Scaffolds from Calcite (CaCO3) Powder,” International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology (USA), 4(2), 152-163 (2007).     PDF       18 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

27. S. Jalota, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “Osteoblast Proliferation on Neat and Apatite-like Calcium Phosphate-coated Titanium Foam Scaffolds,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 27(3), 432-440 (2007).     PDF       26 SCI Citations   Google Scholar Citations

28.  A. C. TAS, S. B. Bhaduri, and S. Jalota, “Preparation of Zinc-doped Beta-Tricalcium Phosphate (Beta-Ca3(PO4)2) Bioceramics,” Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 27(3), 394-401 (2007).     PDF       20 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

29. S. Jalota, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “A New Rhenanite (beta-NaCaPO4) and Hydroxyapatite Biphasic Biomaterial for Skeletal Repair,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 80B, 304-316 (2007).     PDF       12 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

30. S. Jalota, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “Effect of Carbonate Content and Buffer type on Calcium Phosphate Formation in SBF Solutions,” Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 17 (8), 697-707 (2006).     PDF       43 SCI Citations           Google Scholar Citations

31. S. Jalota, S. B. Bhaduri, and A. C. TAS, “In Vitro Testing of Calcium Phosphate (HA, TCP and biphasic HA-TCP) Whiskers,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 78A, 481-490 (2006).     PDF       30 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

32.  A. C. TAS, “Electroless Deposition of Brushite (CaHPO4×2H2O) Crystals on Ti-6Al-4V at Room Temperature,” Zeitschrift fuer Metallkuende (International Journal of Materials Research), 97(5) 639-644 (2006).     PDF       7 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

33. S. Jalota, A. C. TAS, and S. B. Bhaduri, “Synthesis of HA-seeded TTCP (Ca4(PO4)2O) Powders at 1230°C from Ca(CH3COO)2.H2O and NH4H2PO4,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 88(12) 3353-3360 (2005).     PDF       14 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

34.  A. C. TAS and F. Aldinger, "Formation of Apatitic Calcium Phosphates in a Na-K-Phosphate Solution of pH 7.4," Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 16 (2), 167-174 (2005).     PDF       25 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

35.  A. C. TAS and S. B. Bhaduri, “Chemical Processing of CaHPO4×2H2O: Its Conversion to Hydroxyapatite,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 87 (12), 2195-2200 (2004).     PDF       32 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

36.  A. C. TAS and S. B. Bhaduri, “Rapid Coating of Ti6Al4V at Room Temperature with a Calcium Phosphate Solution Similar to 10x Simulated Body Fluid,” Journal of Materials Research, 19 (9), 2742-2749 (2004).     PDF       85 SCI Citations          Google Scholar Citations

37.  A. C. TAS, “Participation of Calcium Phosphate Bone Substitutes in the Bone Remodeling Process: Influence of Materials Chemistry and Porosity,” Key Engineering Materials, 264-268, 1969-1972 (2004).     PDF       1 SCI Citations

38.  A. C. TAS, “Preparation of Porous Bioceramics by a Simple PVA-Processing Route,” Key Engineering Materials, 264-268, 2079-2082 (2004).     PDF       5 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

39. S. Jalota, A. C. TAS, and S. B. Bhaduri, “Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Calcium Phosphate Nanowhiskers,” Journal of Materials Research, 19 (6), 1876-1881 (2004).     PDF       28 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

40. P. J. Majewski, M. Rozumek, A. C. TAS, and F. Aldinger, “Processing of (La,Sr)(Ga,Mg)O3 Solid Electrolyte,” J. Electroceramics, 8 (1), 65-73 (2002).     PDF       38 SCI Citations            Google Scholar Citations

41.  A. C. TAS, P. J. Majewski, and F. Aldinger, "Chemical Synthesis of Crystalline, Pure or Mn-Doped ZnGa2O4 Powders at 90°C," Journal of Materials Research, 17 (6), 1425-1433 (2002).     PDF       13 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

42.  A. C. TAS, P. J. Majewski, and F. Aldinger, "Synthesis of Gallium Hydroxide Crystals in Aqueous Solutions with or without Urea and Their Calcination Behavior," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 85 (6), 1421-1429 (2002).     PDF       65 SCI-Citations      Google Scholar Citations

43.  A. C. TAS, P. J. Majewski, and F. Aldinger, "Preparation of Sr- and Zn-doped LaGaO3 Powders via Precipitation in the Presence of Urea and/or Enzyme Urease," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 85 (6), 1414-1420 (2002).     PDF       18 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

44.  A. C. TAS, "X-Ray Diffraction Data for Flux-Grown Calcium Hydroxyapatite Whiskers," Powder Diffraction (USA), 16 (2), 102-106 (2001).     PDF       12 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

45. D. Bayraktar and A.C. TAS, "Formation of Hydroxyapatite Precursors at 37°C in Urea- and Enzyme Urease-containing Body Fluids," Journal of Materials Science Letters, 20 (5), 401-403 (2001).     PDF       13 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

46.  A. C. TAS, "Molten Salt Synthesis of Calcium Hydroxyapatite Whiskers," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 84 (2), 295-300 (2001).     PDF       79 SCI Citations         Google Scholar Citations

47.  A. C. TAS, P. J. Majewski, and F. Aldinger, "Chemical Preparation of Pure and Strontium- and/or Magnesium-Doped Lanthanum Gallate Powders," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 83 (12), 2954-2960 (2000).     PDF       124 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

48.  A. C. TAS, "Combustion Synthesis of Calcium Phosphate Bioceramic Powders," Journal of The European Ceramic Society, 20 (14-15) 2389-2394 (2000).     PDF       70 SCI Citations        Google Scholar Citations

49. N. O. Engin and A. C. TAS, ”Preparation of Porous Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2 and Ca3(PO4)2 Bioceramics,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 83 (7), 1581-1584 (2000).     PDF       66 SCI Citations          Google Scholar Citations

50. I. E. Gonenli and A. C. TAS, "Chemical Preparation of Aluminum Borate Whiskers," Powder Diffraction (ICDD, USA), 15 (2), 104-107 (2000).     PDF       3 SCI Citations     Google Scholar Citations

51. D. Bayraktar and A. C. TAS, "Biomimetic Preparation of HA Powders at 37°C in Urea- and Enzyme Urease-containing Synthetic Body Fluids," Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences, 30 (3), 235-245 (2000).     PDF       6 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

52.  A. C. TAS, "Synthesis of Biomimetic Ca-Hydroxyapatite Powders at 37°C in Synthetic Body Fluids," Biomaterials, 21 (14), 1429-1438 (2000).     PDF       233 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

53. B. Mavis and A. C. TAS, "Dip-Coating of Calcium Hydroxyapatite on Ti-6Al-4V Substrates," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 83 (4), 989-991 (2000).     PDF       60 SCI Citations             Google Scholar Citations

54.  E.E. Oren and A. C. TAS, ”Hydrothermal Synthesis of Dy-Doped BaTiO3 Powders,” Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, 30B, 1089-1093 (1999).     PDF       5 SCI Citations            Google Scholar Citations

55.  D. Bayraktar and A. C. TAS, "Chemical Preparation of Carbonated Calcium Hydroxyapatite Powders at 37°C in Urea-containing Synthetic Body Fluids," Journal of The European Ceramic Society, 19, 2573-2579 (1999).     PDF       68 SCI Citations        Google Scholar Citations

56. N. O. Engin and A. C. TAS, "Manufacture of Macroporous Calcium Hydroxyapatite Bioceramics," Journal of The European Ceramic Society, 19, 2569-2572 (1999).     PDF       103 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

57. I. E. Gonenli and A. C. TAS, "Chemical Synthesis of Pure and Gd-doped CaZrO3 Powders," Journal of The European Ceramic Society, 19, 2563-2567 (1999).     PDF       25 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

58.  A. C. TAS, "Preparation of Lead Zirconate Titanate (Pb(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3) by Homogeneous Precipitation and Calcination," Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 82, 1582-1584 (1999).     PDF       22 SCI Citations    Google Scholar Citations

59.  A. C. TAS, ”Chemical Preparation of the Binary Compounds of CaO-Al2O3 System by Self-Propagating Combustion Synthesis,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 81, 2853-2863 (1998).     PDF       60 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

60.  N. Kivrak and A. C. TAS, ”Synthesis of Calcium Hydroxyapatite-Tricalcium Phosphate (HA-TCP) Composite Bioceramic Powders and Their Sintering Behavior,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 81, 2245-2252 (1998).     PDF       140 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

61. E.E. Oren, E. Taspinar and A. C. TAS, ”Chemical Preparation of Lead Zirconate (PbZrO3) Powders by Homogeneous Precipitation and Calcination,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 80, 2714-2716 (1997).     PDF       33 SCI Citations       Google Scholar Citations

62. E. Taspinar and A. C. TAS, ”Low-Temperature Chemical Synthesis of Lanthanum Monoaluminate (LaAlO3),” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 80, 133-141 (1997).     PDF       59 SCI Citations     Google Scholar CItations

63.  A. C. TAS, F. Korkusuz, M. Timucin and N. Akkas, ”An Investigation of the Chemical Synthesis and High-Temperature Sintering Behaviour of Calcium Hydroxyapatite (HA) and Tricalcium Phosphate (TCP) Bioceramics,” Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 8, 91-96 (1997).     PDF       127 SCI Citations           Google Scholar Citations

64. C. Basceri, A. C. TAS and M. Timucin, ”Characterization of New Solid Solution Phases in (Y,Ca)(Cr,Co)O3 System,” Powder Diffraction (ICDD, USA), 10 (1), 40-43 (1995).     PDF       Google Scholar Citations

65.  A. C. TAS and M. Akinc, ”Crystal Structures of the High-Temperature Forms of Ln2Si2O7 (Ln = La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm) Revisited,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 77, 2968-2970 (1994).     PDF       12 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

66.  A. C. TAS and M. Akinc, ”Phase Relations in the System Ce2O3-Al2O3 in Inert and Reducing Atmospheres,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 77, 2961-2967 (1994).     PDF       12 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

67.  A. C. TAS and M. Akinc, ”Phase Relations in the System Ce2O3-Ce2Si2O7 in the Temperature Range 1150° to 1970°C in Reducing and Inert Atmospheres,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 77, 2953-2960 (1994).     PDF       10 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

68.  A. C. TAS and M. Akinc, ”Phase Relations in the System Al2O3-Ce2Si2O7 in the  Temperature Range 900° to 1925°C in Inert Atmosphere,” Journal of The American Ceramic Society, 76, 1595-1601 (1993).     PDF       9 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

69.  A. C. TAS and M. Akinc, ”Cerium Oxygen Apatite (Ce4.67(SiO4)3O) X-Ray Diffraction Pattern Revisited,” Powder Diffraction (ICDD, USA), 7 (4), 219-222 (1992).     PDF       6 SCI Citations      Google Scholar Citations

 

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