Preparation of Brushite Cements with Improved Properties by Adding Graphene Oxide [Corrigendum]
Nasrollahi N, Nourian Dehkordi A, Jamshidizad A, Chehelgerdi M. Int J Nanomed. 2019;14:3785– 3797.
Figure 3 and the associated data were first published in 2017 by a separate group of authors, in the Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers.
Permission to re-publish this figure was requested post-publication by authors Nasrollahi et al, after a reader brought this to our attention. The authors received permission from SAGE Publications to re-publish the figure on April 8, 2020.
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Figure 3 Structural and morphological characteristics of synthesized GO: XRD (A) and AFM (B) of graphene.
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Abbreviations: XRD, x-ray diffraction; ARM, Atomic Force Microscopy.
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