Fabrication of calcium phosphate microtubes is performed utilizing a simple dissolution-reprecipitation mechanism, to form amorphous microtubes with sizes of the order of 10 to 20μm. Raman microspectroscopy gives more understanding of the degradation and formation mechanism.
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