This study focuses on the development of a composite based
on polylactic acid (PLA) and treated hydroxyapatite (HAp t ). The u se of poly - caprolactone (PCL)
as an adjuv ant has significantly
improved the resistance and the rigidity
of the composite, which could extend the physico - chemical and biological
applications of this material. The amount of PCL needed
to optimize the traction and physico - chemical
properties of the membranes
were evaluated . S everal method s for the preparation of different typ es of composites were developed.
The tran smission electron microscopy (S
EM) analysis results showed a textural uniformity of the membranes. The physico
- chemical studies have allowed providing mechanisms of interactions b etween composites phases.
Novel Tricomponenets composites Films From Polylactic Acid/ Hydroxyapatite/ Poly- Caprolactone Suitable For Biomedical Applications