Controlling friction of graphene

Graphene, a wonder just one atom thick material, shows incredible wear-resistance and super low friction levels. This behavior is ascribed to its low inter-layer shear properties and high normal load carrying capabilities. However, in many cases controlling friction is preferable. Apparently, this is possible with graphene, which makes it...Read More »


Switchable Friction on Graphene

Graphene is a unique material in many aspects and has recently been applied in various ways. In...Read More »


2D Materials Elastic Properties - AFM-Hertz Methodology

 

2D materials are single or only few atomic layer thick and posses unique properties with potential in many technological...Read More »


Superlubricity by means of repulsive van der Waals forces

Superlubricity, a state of low friction (<0.001), can be achieved by different mechanisms. The structural...Read More »


Relativistic Tribology, Tribo Plasma

Gravitational waves were proved to exist, thus validating one more prediction by Albert Einstein and his general...Read More »


Superlubricity state through atom-by-atom surface tuning

Friction is everywhere around us, working against motion of cars, airplanes, their engines, wind mills and other devices causing...Read More »