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Phys. Chem. 107 (2003) 6766, with permission from ACS Publications ) times (20 min, 1 h), the amount of BSA was similar on both surfaces (Fig. 15). Spectra show peaks ascribed to vibration modes nC=O and nC−N, dN−H, centered at 1,658 cm−1 and 1,545 cm−1, respectively (amide I and amide II). These peptide-characteristic signals increase with immersion time. The band at a maximum at 1,658 cm−1 can be fitted with two components at 1,680 cm−1 and 1,658 cm−1. The former is characteristic of b-turns and bends of partially unfolded BSA molecules, and the latter is ascribed to H-bonded Co in a-helices and 40 I.
Was detected in the layer, as analyzed by XPS . The increase in cobalt content could be explained by the adsorption of BSA to the surface of alloys and its affinity to react with cobalt . In the solution containing BSA, a lower concentration of chloride and phosphorus were also detected. It seems that protein acts as a negatively charged barrier film and blocks anions, such as chloride and phosphate, from reaching the surface. 14 M NaCl . This concentration range is smaller compared to that studied by Karimi et al.
The ratio of dissolved alloying elements was near to the stoichiometric composition of the alloy. 1 V), leads to the selective dissolution of cobalt. Therefore, the active dissolution potential is mainly dominated by the cobalt component of the alloy. , significantly greater than the alloy concentration (75% Co, 28% Cr, and 5% Mo), thus implying preferential dissolution of Co . It was suggested that Cr and Mo precipitate at the sample surface as hydrated oxides or oxychlorides and the Co ions remain solvated in solution, explaining the elevated Co levels compared to the alloy.