Reply to Jee et al. and Israelachvili and Drummond: Lubricant films do not fluidize in intermittent stick-slip friction.

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Jee et al. assert (1) that the effect we measure— what happens to a lubricant film thickness in individual slip events during intermittent stick–slip sliding (2)—was already measured long ago (3, 4), and with better resolution. We are bemused by this assertion because in the works cited (3, 4) not only is intermittent stick–slip friction, with its… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1511648112

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@article{RosenhekGoldian2015ReplyTJ, title={Reply to Jee et al. and Israelachvili and Drummond: Lubricant films do not fluidize in intermittent stick-slip friction.}, author={Irit Rosenhek-Goldian and Nir Kampf and Arie Yeredor and Jacob Klein}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={2015}, volume={112 36}, pages={E4974} }