Nanoscale friction properties of graphene and graphene oxide

  title={Nanoscale friction properties of graphene and graphene oxide},
  author={D. Berman and A. Erdemir and A. Zinovev and A. Sumant},
  journal={Diamond and Related Materials},
  • D. Berman, A. Erdemir, +1 author A. Sumant
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science
  • Diamond and Related Materials
  • Abstract Achieving superlow friction and wear at the micro/nano-scales through the uses of solid and liquid lubricants may allow superior performance and long-lasting operations in a range of micromechanical system including micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS). Previous studies have indicated that conventional solid lubricants such as highly ordered pyrolitic graphite (HOPG) can only afford low friction in humid environments at micro/macro scales; however, HOPG is not suitable for practical… CONTINUE READING
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