Advantage of corrosion resistance biomaterials, Other Subject

1) What is the advantage of Corrosion resistance biomaterials? Discuss their properties. (Use example).

2) Where we can use TiNi Alloys? Example. What are the advantages?

3) Explain the advantages and properties of CoCr Alloys. Example.

What kind polymer is good for Heart?

What are difference between titanium and stainless still? Using example please explain the where we can use all this materials as an artificial organ.

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