Surface properties of biomaterial implants play a critical role in determining biocompatibility since the body immediately interacts with the implant surface. Surface modifications using a self-assembled monolayer (SAM) is one method which can provide a wide range of functionalities to control a biomaterial's surface chemistry. This method not only enables manipulation of surface chemistry but also opens up numerous possibilities to tether any biological molecule or therapeutic drugs to a metal biomaterial surface.Table. 2. Literature. survey. of. SAM. formation. protocols. on. 316L. SS. and. phosphonic. acid. monolayers. on. metal ... oC 63 hrs  2006 Titanium Phosphonic Acid 18-CH3 Mechanically Polished Rinse and Ultrasonication in hot methanolanbsp;...
|Title||:||Long-term Stability of Self-assembled Monolayers on 316L Stainless Steel and L605 Cobalt Chromium Alloy for Biomedical Applications|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|