The Role of Zamzam Water in Enhanced Apatite Growth - An In Vitro Study
PG and Research Department of Chemistry, Mar Ivanios College (Autonomous), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
*Corresponding Author: Suja Mathai, PG and Research Department of Chemistry, Mar Ivanios College (Autonomous), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.
July 30, 2021; Published: August 12, 2021
Zamzam water has been scientifically proven to contain very high levels of Calcium and Magnesium, the water positively affects the human body, especially the bones as they absorb the vitamins and benefit from them for better growth. Zamzam water encourages the growth of healthy bones. The effect of Zamzam water for enhanced apatite growth and adhesion strength have been studied in the work by biomimetic method and were analysed using SEM-EDX, ICP-AES and potentiodynamic polarisation studies.
Keywords: Adhesion Strength; Apatite Growth; Biomimetic Method; Healthy Bones; Zamzam Water
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