Macroscale Superlubricity Achieved With Various Liquid Molecules: A Review

@inproceedings{Ge2019MacroscaleSA,
  title={Macroscale Superlubricity Achieved With Various Liquid Molecules: A Review},
  author={Xiangyu Ge and Jinjin Li and Jianbin Luo},
  booktitle={Front. Mech. Eng.},
  year={2019}
}
Superlubricity is generally classified as solid superlubricity and liquid superlubricity according to the lubricants involved at the interfaces, and is a popular research topic in tribology, which is closely linked to energy dissipation. Significant advancements in both experimental studies and theoretical analysis have been made regarding superlubricity in the past two decades. Compared with solid superlubricity, liquid superlubricity has many advantages; e.g., it is more easily achieved at… CONTINUE READING
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