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April 16th, 2003

Superlubricant Effect Explained Using New Friction Force Sensor

Abstract:
Research conducted in the Netherlands has revealed a previously unknown effect in graphite. The discovery was made by Martin Dienwiebel using the Tribolever, a highly-sensitive friction force microscope which he had developed himself.

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