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Zhijun Bai
Zhijun Bai
Principal Process / Materials Engineer from Boston Scientific, Corp.
Verified email at bsci.com
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Quantification of the kinetics and thermodynamics of protein adsorption using atomic force microscopy
RTT Gettens, Z Bai, JL Gilbert
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2005
782005
Fibrinogen adsorption onto 316L stainless steel, Nitinol and titanium
Z Bai, MJ Filiaggi, JR Dahn
Surface Science 603 (6), 839-846, 2009
752009
The intrinsically high pitting corrosion resistance of mechanically polished nitinol in simulated physiological solutions
Z Bai, HH Rotermund
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials 99 (1 …, 2011
292011
Method for preparing biomedical surfaces
J Gilbert, Z Bai, N Chandrasekaran
US Patent 8,012,338, 2011
252011
A high throughput approach to quantify protein adsorption on combinatorial metal/metal oxide surfaces using electron microprobe and spectroscopic ellipsometry
T Byrne, L Lohstreter, MJ Filiaggi, Z Bai, JR Dahn
Surface science 602 (17), 2927-2935, 2008
252008
The dynamics of oxide films on metallic biomaterials
JL Gilbert, Z Bai, J Bearinger, S Megremis
Medical Device Materials. Proceedings of Materials and Processes for Medical …, 2004
212004
A new simple tubular flow cell for use with variable angle spectroscopic ellipsometry: A high throughput in situ protein adsorption study
TM Byrne, S Trussler, MA McArthur, LB Lohstreter, Z Bai, MJ Filiaggi, ...
Surface science 603 (18), 2888-2895, 2009
192009
Quantifying protein adsorption on combinatorially sputtered Al-, Nb-, Ta-and Ti-containing films with electron microprobe and spectroscopic ellipsometry
TM Byrne, L Lohstreter, MJ Filiaggi, Z Bai, JR Dahn
Surface science 603 (7), 992-1001, 2009
182009
Surface characteristics and protein adsorption on combinatorial binary Ti‐M (Cr, Al, Ni) and Al‐M (Ta, Zr) library films
Z Bai, MJ Filiaggi, RJ Sanderson, LB Lohstreter, MA McArthur, JR Dahn
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2010
162010
An in situ study of protein adsorption on combinatorial Cu–Al films using spectroscopic ellipsometry
MA McArthur, TM Byrne, RJ Sanderson, GP Rockwell, LB Lohstreter, ...
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 81 (1), 58-66, 2010
152010
Corrosion performance of stainless steels, cobalt, and titanium alloys in biomedical applications
Z Bai, JL Gilbert
ASM Handbook, 13C, Corrosion: Environments and Industries. Materials Park …, 2006
132006
A high throughput method using electron microprobe analysis for quantification of protein adsorption on surfaces
Z Bai, T Byrne, MJ Filiaggi, R Sanderson, V Chevrier, P Stoffyn-Egli, ...
Surface science 602 (3), 795-804, 2008
112008
Enhancing resistance to pitting corrosion in mechanically polished stainless steel 316 LVM by water treatment
PE Klages, Z Bai, M Lobban, MK Rotermund, HH Rotermund
Electrochemistry communications 15 (1), 54-58, 2012
102012
Oxide films on metallic biomaterials: myths, facts and opportunities
N Istephanous, Z Bai, JL Gilbert, K Rohly, A Belu, I Trausch, D Untereker
Materials Science Forum 426, 3157-3164, 2003
102003
Method of Preparing Biomedical Surfaces
J Gilbert, N Chandrasekaran, Z Bai
72012
Titanium Electrochemistry in the Presence of the Inflammatory Species H202
N Chandrasekaran, Z Bai, JL Gilbert
ANNUAL MEETING-SOCIETY FOR BIOMATERIALS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE …, 2006
62006
铝阳极氧化膜在中性 NaCl 溶液中的亚稳态点蚀研究
赵景茂, 白志君, 左禹
电化学 9 (2), 184, 2003
62003
In situ electrochemical atomic force microscopy study of morphology of oxide film on etched NiTi alloy: effects of hydration and potential
Z Bai, JL Gilbert, R Gettens
7th World Biomaterials Congress, 17–21, 2004
32004
A Study on Metastable Pitting of Alloy 690 in Chloride Solutions at 90℃
ZJ Bai
Corrosion Science and Technology 1 (1), 34-40, 2002
32002
Self assembled fibrinogen structures film on selected surfaces in molecule level
Z Bai, JL Gilbert, R Gettens
Transactions-7th World Biomaterials Congress, 2004
22004
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