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Tribochemical Reactions at the Water-Lubricated Silicon Nitride Interface: Gel Formation Mechanism

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Author(s)

Richard S. Gates, Z C. Ying, Stephen M. Hsu

Abstract

Silicon-based ceramics such as silicon nitride can be very effectively lubricated by water under certain conditions (1-3). After a wear-in period a condition of very low friction coefficient (
Proceedings Title
Proceedings| ASME| 2005
Conference Dates
September 12-14, 2005
Conference Title
World Tribology Conference

Citation

Gates, R. , Ying, Z. and Hsu, S. (2005), Tribochemical Reactions at the Water-Lubricated Silicon Nitride Interface: Gel Formation Mechanism, Proceedings| ASME| 2005 (Accessed May 27, 2024)

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Created November 16, 2005, Updated February 19, 2017