dahlite

dahlite

Carbonated hydroxyapatite being developed as an 'instant bone' administered in a paste form, hardening within 12 hrs to provide 55 megapascals of compressive strength. See Bone paste.
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The phosphorites are of pelletal type and commonly contain cellophane, dahlite, francolite, glaucophane, dolomite, iron oxide and pyrite in various proportions.
X-ray diffraction is suitable for quantification of mineral-containing samples, such as urinary calculi (2), but it cannot adequately detect amorphous substances, such as carbonate apatite or dahlite (3).
Transformation of amorphous calcium phosphate to crystalline dahlite in the radula teeth of chitons.