Dental Amalgam as a Magnet Coating?
Hello, Resident newbie. ^^
A question to pose to those of you who play around with TiN coatings and/or happen to be intimately familiar with the nature of coating Magnets/other things for implanting. I have no idea if it's been considered, but would dental amalgam be anything worth looking into? I'm familiar that during it's setting, it releases mercury fumes, which are obviously toxic.
At the same time, however... Cut me a little slack, I know i have sugar problems.Candy is good. >~< But I've had fillings for over a decade that don't seem to be weak by any means. They have a pretty long track record... that may be starting to be usurped, maybe? Not horribly sure.
Not intimately knowledgeable about dental or the bodies chemical structure, especially inside of tissues. But Ideas?