We present accurate calculations of friction in graphene films in configurations simulating the presence of an anchoring substrate. We find that a slider induces both out-of-plane and shear deformations, which increase with the thickness of the supported film. We elucidate the new frictional mechanism connected to shear layer motions, which is minimal for systems with the smallest number of layers

Friction by Shear Deformations in Multilayer Graphene / Reguzzoni, Marco; Fasolino, Annalisa; Molinari, Elisa; Righi, Maria Clelia. - In: JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. C. - ISSN 1932-7447. - ELETTRONICO. - 116:39(2012), pp. 21104-21108. [10.1021/jp306929g]

Friction by Shear Deformations in Multilayer Graphene

REGUZZONI, MARCO;FASOLINO, Annalisa;MOLINARI, Elisa;RIGHI, Maria Clelia
2012

Abstract

We present accurate calculations of friction in graphene films in configurations simulating the presence of an anchoring substrate. We find that a slider induces both out-of-plane and shear deformations, which increase with the thickness of the supported film. We elucidate the new frictional mechanism connected to shear layer motions, which is minimal for systems with the smallest number of layers
2012
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39
21104
21108
Friction by Shear Deformations in Multilayer Graphene / Reguzzoni, Marco; Fasolino, Annalisa; Molinari, Elisa; Righi, Maria Clelia. - In: JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. C. - ISSN 1932-7447. - ELETTRONICO. - 116:39(2012), pp. 21104-21108. [10.1021/jp306929g]
Reguzzoni, Marco; Fasolino, Annalisa; Molinari, Elisa; Righi, Maria Clelia
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