Abstract

This paper presents the results of Raman spectroscopy studies of 59 samples of hydroxyapatite produced from different types of bone tissue of a ram, cow, turkey, duck, and goose by isolation from solution during demineralization. The features of the Raman spectra of hydroxyapatite powders obtained from cancellous bone tissue with different degrees of demineralization and thermal processing are revealed. Coefficients are proposed that allow the estimation of the ratios of the decrease in the content of mineral components in the process of demineralization and the decomposition of organic substances under thermal action.

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