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Analiza porównawcza struktury wewnętrznej implantów hydrofilowych oraz hydrofobowych stosowanych w chirurgii okulistycznej metodą spektroskopii czasów życia pozytonów

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In presented work internal structures of intraocular lenses were analyzed in terms of defectiveness degree. Studies were conducted by means of positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy method PALS. The aim of the work was determination of basic parameters describing annihilation centers in research materials, such as positron lifetime in bulk material, mean positron lifetime in the internal structure, positron trapping rate by trapping centers as well as free volumes dimensions. In obtained results differences in free volumes and positron traps concentrations between hydrophilic and hydrophobic materials were noted. Furthermore, comparison of materials with and without blue light chromophores revealed differences in positron trapping rate by multivacancy-like free spaces. Achieved results were referenced for mechanical properties of the studied materials.

Słowa kluczowe

intraocular lenses, positron annihilation, free volume, multivacancies, hydrophilicity, hydrophobicity, chromophores


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