Yufeng Zheng mostly deals with Metallurgy, Corrosion, Alloy, Composite material and Biocompatibility. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical engineering and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Yufeng Zheng has researched Corrosion in several fields, including Simulated body fluid, Nuclear chemistry, Magnesium alloy, Magnesium and Electrochemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Aluminium, Phase and Precipitation, which intersect with Alloy. His research integrates issues of Coating, Nanotechnology, Zinc, Cytotoxicity and Biomedical engineering in his study of Biocompatibility. His 6111 aluminium alloy study in the realm of Microstructure interacts with subjects such as Ternary operation.
Yufeng Zheng mainly investigates Metallurgy, Alloy, Corrosion, Microstructure and Composite material. His Metallurgy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Simulated body fluid and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His Alloy research incorporates elements of Crystallography, Electrochemistry and Annealing.
His Corrosion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nuclear chemistry, Biocompatibility, Chemical engineering, Magnesium and Coating. His research investigates the connection between Biocompatibility and topics such as In vivo that intersect with problems in In vitro. His studies in Microstructure integrate themes in fields like Compressive strength and Phase.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Alloy, Biocompatibility, In vivo, Microstructure and Corrosion. Yufeng Zheng is investigating Alloy as part of his inquiry into Composite material and Metallurgy. Yufeng Zheng interconnects Coating, Nanotechnology, Protein adsorption, Magnesium and Biomedical engineering in the investigation of issues within Biocompatibility.
His In vivo research includes themes of In vitro, Nuclear chemistry, Staphylococcus aureus, Bone Infection and Metal. His research in Microstructure tackles topics such as Phase which are related to areas like Martensite. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dielectric spectroscopy and Magnesium alloy in addition to Corrosion.
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The development of binary Mg–Ca alloys for use as biodegradable materials within bone
Zijian Li;Xunan Gu;Siquan Lou;Yufeng Zheng.
In vitro corrosion and biocompatibility of binary magnesium alloys
Xuenan Gu;Yufeng Zheng;Yan Cheng;Shengping Zhong.
A review on magnesium alloys as biodegradable materials
Xue-Nan Gu;Yu-Feng Zheng.
Frontiers of Materials Science in China (2010)
Novel Magnesium Alloys Developed for Biomedical Application: A Review
Nan Li;Yufeng Zheng.
Journal of Materials Science & Technology (2013)
Current challenges and concepts of the thermomechanical treatment of nickel-titanium instruments.
Ya Shen;Hui-min Zhou;Yu-feng Zheng;Bin Peng.
Journal of Endodontics (2013)
Corrosion of, and cellular responses to Mg-Zn-Ca bulk metallic glasses
Xuenan Gu;Yufeng Zheng;Shengping Zhong;Tingfei Xi.
Corrosion resistance and surface biocompatibility of a microarc oxidation coating on a Mg–Ca alloy
X.N. Gu;N. Li;W.R. Zhou;Y.F. Zheng.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
Electrospinning of PLGA/gelatin randomly-oriented and aligned nanofibers as potential scaffold in tissue engineering
Z.X. Meng;Y.S. Wang;C. Ma;W. Zheng.
Materials Science and Engineering: C (2010)
In vitro and in vivo studies on a Mg-Sr binary alloy system developed as a new kind of biodegradable metal.
X.N. Gu;X.H. Xie;X.H. Xie;N. Li;Y.F. Zheng.
Acta Biomaterialia (2012)
Synthesis of Large Areas of Highly Oriented, Very Long Silicon Nanowires
Wen-Sheng Shi;Hong-Ying Peng;Yu-Feng Zheng;Ning Wang;Ning Wang.
Advanced Materials (2000)
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