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January 24th, 2005

Fullerenes: optimising surfaces for anti-wear applications

Abstract:
“FOREMOST: fullerene-based opportunities for robust engineering: making optimised surfaces for tribology”: (opportunities for developing robust engineering based on the use of fullerenes: optimising surfaces for anti-wear applications).

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