Effect of surface active media on friction, deformation, and fracture of calcium fluoride
Donald H. Buckley, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969 - Science - 16 pages
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calcium fluo calcium fluoride crystal calcium fluoride surface calcium hydroxide cleavage cracks cleavage face Coefficient of friction concentrations of dimethylsulfoxide cracks were observed data of figure decrease Deformation and subsurface deformation behavior deformation of calcium deformation track deformation with sliding dimethylsulfoxide in water dislocation track width DMSO in water Donald H EFFECT OF SURFACE Embrittlement etch pitting experiments were conducted face of calcium fluoride during sliding fluoride is extremely FRACTURE OF CALCIUM friction and deformation friction coefficient Goldheim grams influence of surface inorganic crystals Lewis Research Center Lithium Fluoride loads of 100 lubricant millimeter per second molar NASA TN oleic acid plastic deformation presence of surface result of sliding rider sapphire ball sliding shear strength Sliding friction experiments sliding on 111 Sliding velocity subsurface cracks subsurface fracture cracks SURFACE ACTIVE MEDIA surface active organic surface active species surface cracks surface deformation surface films surface of calcium temperature various loads Westwood