Complex frictional analysis of self-lubricant W-S-C/Cr coating.

@article{Polcar2012ComplexFA,
  title={Complex frictional analysis of self-lubricant W-S-C/Cr coating.},
  author={Tom{\'a}s Polcar and Fredrik Gustavsson and Thomas Thersleff and Staffan Jacobson and Albano Cavaleiro},
  journal={Faraday discussions},
  year={2012},
  volume={156},
  pages={
          383-401; discussion 413-34
        }
}
Transition metal dichalcogenides belong to one of the most developed classes of materials for solid lubrication. However, one of the main drawbacks of most of the self-lubricating coatings is their low load-bearing capacity, particularly in terrestrial atmospheres. In our previous work, alloying thin films based on tungsten disulfide with non-metallic interstitial elements, such as carbon or nitrogen, has been studied in order to improve tribological performance in different environments… CONTINUE READING

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